Sen. Tracy appointed to state's new Property Tax Relief Task Force
Quincy News

Sen. Tracy appointed to state's new Property Tax Relief Task Force

State Sen. Jil Tracy (R-Quincy) has been appointed to serve on the state's new Property Tax Relief Tax Force charged with finding ways to provide tax relief to home and business owners.

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New Adams County Jail expected to open early next year
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New Adams County Jail expected to open early next year

Completion of the new Adams County Jail is delayed four to six weeks, but Sid Wilson isn't concerned about the delay as work continues to move forward.

Cornhole tournament generates funds for Quincy Bay restoration project
Quincy News

Cornhole tournament generates funds for Quincy Bay restoration project

"Battle of the Bags" cornhole tournament raises money to support Quincy Bay restoration effort.

Quincy News

Quincy Transportation town hall slated for Tuesday

QUINCY -- Officials with the city of Quincy and consultants from the Lochmueller Group will be seeking the public's input on transportation issues and the Quincy Regional Transportation Plan during a 90-minute town hall on Tuesday. The meeting will be hel

Pleasant Hill man arrested on drug-related charges
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Pleasant Hill man arrested on drug-related charges

A Pleasant Hill man was arrested Saturday on drug-related charges.

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Suspect arrested in Pike County home burglaries, invasions

A suspect has been arrested in connection with a series of burglaries and home invasions in Pike County.

Illinois News

SBA loans available to small businesses affected by recent disasters

The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced that Economic Injury Disaster Loans are now available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and private nonprofit organizations.

Quincy's 'Lincoln Tree' may become the focus of new historical exhibit
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Quincy's 'Lincoln Tree' may become the focus of new historical exhibit

A giant black oak tree that fell in July 13, 2015, wind storm will be the focus of a new historical exhibit in Quincy.

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UPDATE: Students returning after Barry schools evacuated Friday morning

Western School District officials said elementary and high school students returned to their schools in Barry for lunch and the remainder of the day after they were evacuated Friday morning after a reported bomb threat in Barry. The threat was not at the schools.

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Hull Lions Club hosts 92nd annual picnic this weekend

HULL, Ill. -- A 92-year-old community tradition will be observed in Hull this weekend when the Hull Lions Club hosts its annual picnic. "We're hoping for big crowds," said Lions Club President Quinton Duncan. And with weather forecasts calling for moderate

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