An 18-year-old Quincy man charged in connection with numerous reports of criminal damage to property waives his preliminary hearing Wednesday in Adams County Circuit Court. Conner M. Neisen faces one count of criminal damage to property.
Plans for a video gaming site at 1515 S. 12th took a step forward Tuesday night when the Quincy Plan Commission endorsed the proposal.
The Western Illinois Fair will have a musical act for the first time in almost three decades. Country music star Joe Diffie will headline the fair's grandstand entertainment Friday, June 23.
A suspicious man was spotted Tuesday morning near Adams School allegedly trying to talk with children, police said.
A Payson woman was taken into custody Monday on an outstanding Brown County warrant for 32 counts of deceptive practice.
Camp Point's only family-style restaurant closed its doors for good Monday. Bailey House has faced problems since it opened in August 2012. Two months after its grand opening, the interior of the business was gutted by a fire, which took about 10 months to repair.
The Pike County Board will continue to correct some work undertaken on White Bridge by the Valley City Drainage District.
Dr. Robert Abrams, associate professor and division chief for maternal-fetal medicine at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, highlighted the benefits of Telehealth by telephone Monday during Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti's tour of SIU Center for Family Medicine Quincy.
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