Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd is up for retention as judge in Missouri's 10th Judicial Circuit and is highly recommended to voters. Shepherd was sworn in shortly after Judge Robert Clayton II retired Dec. 24, 2010. She stood for election in 2012 and has c
TWO state legislators running unopposed in West-Central Illinois already have established themselves as effective advocates for the region, and a newcomer will be joining the team. Sen. Jil Tracy, R-Quincy, has a wealth of experience in the Legislature.
BODY cameras and car cameras now in use by the Quincy Police Department are a technological leap forward that will protect the police and the public.
MISSOURI voters have an opportunity Nov. 6 to end years of neglect and take a significant step toward investing in critical transportation and infrastructure improvements that will serve as catalysts for the future economic viability of the state.
Last week's decision by the Quincy City Council to hire a consultant for a regional transportation study to determine how to integrate traffic from a new Mississippi River bridge at Quincy is a significant, necessary step in a project that will help shape
After nearly two years of planning, Adams County has a new tool at its disposal to help address the problems that send people -- many of them repeatedly -- into an already bloated criminal justice system.
Visitors to downtown Quincy can see lots of shops, restaurants and activity that are signs of a vibrant business environment. Things are better than they were a decade or two ago, thanks in part to the emphasis on boosting the creation of market-rate apa