Morgan Ramey, the Palmyra School District's director of nutrition services, has been recognized with a "Director of the Year" award for her work with Opaa Food Management.
A Masonic Lodge member believes a time capsule is hidden within the only gray stone in an old brick Masonic Temple, and he is working with the city to see that the stone - and potentially the capsule itself, if it is there - remains undamaged.
A Vandalia, Mo., woman was taken by Air Evac to Blessing Hospital on Friday after the vehicle she was driving left the road and struck a tree.
QUINCY -- Illinois saw modest employment gains in the past year that didn't keep pace with national job growth. Jeff Mays, director of the Illinois Department of Employment Security, wishes he had a better monthly report than the one released by the agency
The Ralls County Sheriff's Department and three local police departments are now using the Marion County 911 system for emergency dispatching because of a dispute with the Ralls County 911 service.
The North East Community Action Corporation plans to start excluding more people with criminal backgrounds from receiving federal rental-assistance vouchers.
A group of residents filled the Palmyra City Council chambers Thursday to express concern about a home for the developmentally disabled that opened in their neighborhood a month ago.
Busch Stadium was filled with the roars of the crowd, flies, swats and massive hits all night long. Unfortunately for local fans, the Cardinals were out of town. Billy Joel, on the other hand, had his massive stage show set up in left-center field and played to a sold-out crowd.