Marcel Wagner and the Great River Economic Development Foundation are busy these days fine-tuning a long-range campaign designed to trigger further growth and development across the region.
Ordiances required for the planned development of the former Madison and Adams schools were approved Monday by the Quincy City Council.
The Canton Board of Aldermen is looking into the possibility of adopting an ordinance to regulate any future sales of medicinal marijuana.
An interconnect agreement has been reached with Ameren Illinois that would allow the installation of solar panels on the roof of the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
Details continue to trickle out surrounding developers' plans for the former Madison, Adams and Dewey school properties, which were the primary focus of Tuesday's meeting of the Quincy Plan Commission.
The Marion County Commission learned Monday that the new Mark Twain Transmission Line in Northeast Missouri it slated to be energized this week.
An amphitheater with band stand, a trail featuring interpretive signs commemorating the Lincoln-Douglas debates throughout Illinois, a small shelter and an exercise station are several ideas included in a revamped master plan for Lincoln Park.
Cracked, chipped and uneven sidewalks may be a thing of the past in Quincy once a contractor hired by the city completes more than 154 sidewalk projects throughout the city.
The Palmyra High School band might be sporting new uniforms in the future.