Hannibal-LaGrange University has announced plans for its 2018 homecoming celebration Oct. 5-6.
Attendance and fundraising totals have risen each year at the annual Friends of Unit 4 Fall Festival at the Adams County Fairgrounds in Mendon. Entering into this year's event, organizers were hopeful that the trend would continue.
A huge crowd descended on the Quincy University campus Thursday night to see the fourth annual Homecoming "balloon glow." The weather, however, didn't cooperate.
Superintendent Roy Webb says Quincy Public Schools is moving in "the wrong direction" on truancy. "We're hoping as we continue to build community awareness and community partnerships, we'll make an impact on that," Webb said.
Part of a wall in Donna Richmiller's classroom is covered with photos and newspaper clippings featuring her students.
Douglass Community Services and the Hannibal School District are working together to help combat hunger. Any Hannibal Middle School and Hannibal High School student involved in after-school activities are eligible for a free brown bag meal to be eaten at
Quincy University officials are confident the increase in freshman enrollment is a sign of things to come.
The Palmyra R-1 School Board continues to map out plans for possible future facility improvements.