Quincy father and daughter raise thousands for cancer camp
Quincy News

Quincy father and daughter raise thousands for cancer camp

“The energy just kind of carries you,” Elise Tyrpin said of the crowd lining the streets as she ran the recent Bank of America Chicago Marathon.

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Hannibal News

Hannibal City Council discussed bond projects

Funding for two of Hannibal's major projects including riverfront redevelopment is starting to take shape, our news-gathering partners at WGEM reported.

Missouri News

Palmyra Spectator to stop printing Oct. 31

The newspaper that touts itself as the oldest weekly in the state of Missouri will stop publishing at the end of the month.

Quincy News

'Tres Chic' to help clothe children in need

Maj. Cheryl Miller often says the Quincy area community is "very generous." The community will have another opportunity to prove her words prophetic. The Quincy Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary is hosting "Tres Chic," an annual fundraiser to benefit its C

Quincy News

Group seeks to assist Illinois in prevent Legionnaires' disease cases

A national group seeking to promote education and a holistic approach in preventing cases of Legionnaires' disease hopes to assist Illinois as it deals with multiple outbreaks at the Illinois Veterans Home and develops new statewide water safety rules.

LaHood touts tourism, international trade during visit to Quincy
Illinois News

LaHood touts tourism, international trade during visit to Quincy

U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood has pledged to see if there are federal funds to help with a boat dock if the community goes forward with the project.

Quincy News

Fall Monster of a Garage Sale set for Saturday, Oct. 20

Plans are underway for The Herald-Whig's 2018 2018 Fall Monster of a Garage Sale, presented by Gem City Ford Lincoln. The event is set for Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.

Police & Courts

Perry man involved in injury crash

A Perry man involved in injury crash Tuesday morning.

Catch 22
Mum's the Word

Catch 22

I want a break from the relentless neediness my children are throwing down, but I also wouldn't give up my time with them for anything. I'm currently contemplating whether I should I be harder on them or more understanding?

Looking for the lost Lincoln letter
Quincy News

Looking for the lost Lincoln letter

Chris Hanlin found some treasures -- an autographed drawing of Amelia Earhart, photos of Civil War soldiers from Quincy and much more -- while appraising the estates of Nona Miller and Anita Wall for an upcoming auction, but one item still eludes him.