A Carthage man was arrested on drug-related charges Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Locust and First streets in Carthage.
Cable franchise fees paid to the city of Quincy fell by nearly 16 percent during the first quarter of 2018. "Cable franchise fees were $109,521 last year and only $92,013.74 this year. That was a decline of $17,507," Quincy Comptroller Sheri Ray said.
Richard Sterban has no trouble explaining the Oak Ridge Boys' enduring success.
"After all of these years, we still enjoy what we do," he said. "We look forward to getting onstage every night. That has not changed." The Oaks will perform July 28 at the A
Members of the Adams County Board on Tuesday night unanimously voiced their opposition to a proposed hog confinement facility. The County Board's vote is nonbinding and will be sent to the Illinois Department of Agriculture, which has the final say.
QUINCY -- The Boy Scouts of America Mississippi Valley Council has bought the former Katherine Road Animal Hospital at 2522 Locust and will be reconfiguring the building as a new Scout Service Center. "The Council leadership has been working for eight year
Blessing Hospital got the Quincy City Council's approval Monday night to tackle a $49.2 million Moorman Pavilion expansion. Blessing also got permission to install three ground-based signs at 4800 Maine, where a newmedical office building will be built.
The Adams County Board of Review will begin reviewing 2018 written assessment appeals Tuesday.
The McDonalds in Pittsfield was busier than usual after most local churches let out their congregations around 11 a.m. Sunday. By 11:30 a.m., the drive-thru line of vehicles extended past the parking lot and into the street, and the line of people wantin
Carthage author Margaret "Maggie" Honnold's book on her experiences as an Alzheimer's caregiver recently won a finalist position in the 2018 International Book Awards. "The Cloisonne Heart: A Memoir of Love" was a finalist in the Religion: Christian Inspi
Illinois requirements for third-party candidates are meant to protect a two-party system, which hurts voters. That's what Libertarian Party candidate for governor Kash Jackson believes.