Plans for a video gaming site at 1515 S. 12th took a step forward Tuesday night when the Quincy Plan Commission endorsed the proposal.
Tuition increases and job cuts, as well as a new winter accelerated term, are being included as a ways to help balance next fiscal year's budget at John Wood Community College brought on by the continued state budget impasse.
Aldermen voted 10-1 on Monday to approve a $33.4 million city budget that will take effect May 1. The spending plan calls for $32.7 million in general fund revenues, with an additional $700,000 in pension contributions in the current budget but payable un
The two video gaming machines in a corner of the White Horse Tavern see a steady stream of activity. It's common to see at least one person playing on a machine in the bar at 1639 Locust where one can find substantial Green Bay Packers memorabilia on the
The Palmyra City Council will hold a public meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. May 3 to let residents ask questions about a tentative plan to address the city's stormwater drainage problems.
The Oakley-Lindsay Center has contributed more than $17,000 to assist events in Quincy through tourism grants in the last year, the first year of the program.
The board Monday night certified the results of the April 4 municipal elections and swore in all four winners: Mayor Jarrod Phillips and three unopposed board members.
Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis publicly unveiled the department's latest anti-heroin video at Tuesday's City Council meeting. The video details the moments when families found their loved ones dead from heroin overdoses.