More than 50 citations and warning were issued this month after thousands of acres were reportedly found illegally baited.
State Sen. Jil Tracy, R-Quincy, has been named to the newly created Senate Task Force on Sexual Discrimination and Harassment Awareness and Prevention.
Roy and Trisha Webb are hoping the Quincy community will assist the Salvation Army in its quest to raise at least $400,000 through this year's Tree of Lights campaign. The Webbs were introduced Thursday night as campaign co-chairmen.
Quincy Police Department officers are participating in a statewide effort during the Thanksgiving holiday period to make sure motorists are buckling up.
As a result of an April 11 federal court decision, EPA issued a notice Oct. 26 directing all livestock farms emitting more than 100 pounds of ammonia or hydrogen sulfide in a 24-hour period to report continuous air emissions under CERCLA.
A Quincy native plans to formally announce his candidacy Sunday for the 18th Congressional District. Brian Deters will host the event at noon in Washington Park.
No decision was reached Wednesday night at a board of trustees meeting concerning the future of the Village of Camp Point's K-9 unit. Former police chief Steve Patterson, who is asking to buy the dog, told The Herald-Whig the meeting got "very heated, very passionate" and he respects the job the board is trying do.
The village of Camp Point has taken its K-9 unit back from its former police chief. Steve Patterson, who resigned as police chief last week, posted on his Facebook page Tuesday that the Quincy Police Department had been called in to retrieve Poseidon, the village's K-9, from his home.
The Adams County Board shaved more than $400,000 from the new Adams County Jail project Tuesday night, leaving the estimated cost about $3 million over budget.