Illinois News

UNANSWERED QUESTIONS: Inmate's family fights to learn how he died in prison

More than two weeks after her brother died in an Illinois prison, Dana Caley still doesn't know exactly what caused his death. Earl Eugene Little, 33, who had lived in Quincy and Rushville, died July 6 in Illinois Department of Corrections custody in Pinc

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Police & Courts

Quincy woman injured in motorcycle crash

A Quincy woman was injured in a Friday afternoon motorcycle crash.

Habitat for Humanity seeks helpers, new building sites
Illinois News

Habitat for Humanity seeks helpers, new building sites

Habitat for Humanity's Quincy chapter will need two things when work on another house begins next month -- volunteers and a site for a future home.

Local Government

Adams County Board of Health adopts $3.29 million budget, $150,000 levy

Adams County Health Department Administrator Jerrod Welch said the department's financial picture "looks pretty good" heading into the next fiscal year.

JWCC approves $14.99 million balanced budget
Education

JWCC approves $14.99 million balanced budget

The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees has approved a $14.99 million balanced budget for fiscal 2019.

Cafe, guard house close at Illinois Veterans Home
Quincy News

Cafe, guard house close at Illinois Veterans Home

Two efforts at the Illinois Veterans Home recently came to an end after one year of operation.

Illinois Elections

Cramsey campaigns for Illinois House seat held by Frese

Rich Cramsey, 65, of Clayton, said his hands-on experience working for one of the world's largest pharmaceutical firms has prepared him to serve West-Central Illinois in the Legislature.

After arrest in Illinois, Wyaconda man facing multiple felony counts in Clark County
Police & Courts

After arrest in Illinois, Wyaconda man facing multiple felony counts in Clark County

A Wyaconda man is facing multiple felony counts, including rape or attempted rape and sodomy or attempted sodomy, in Clark County after being arrested Tuesday night in Illinois.

Rauner signs laws to speed up Veterans Home construction
Quincy News

Rauner signs laws to speed up Veterans Home construction

Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a law Tuesday to speed up reconstruction of the troubled state-run veterans' home in Quincy.

Smoothie King to open Friday on east Broadway
Illinois News

Smoothie King to open Friday on east Broadway

Owners of the Smoothie King that will open Friday at 4435 Broadway are blown away with the response they've seen before blending even one smoothie.

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