Hannibal's cost to switch water treatment methods estimated at as much as $10.6M
Hannibal News

Hannibal's cost to switch water treatment methods estimated at as much as $10.6M

A study commissioned by the city of Hannibal shows that switching to granulated activated carbon could cost between $9.367 million and $10.578 million. That information came to light Wednesday at a public forum.

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Jail meetings targeted to contractors, public
Illinois News

Jail meetings targeted to contractors, public

Two consecutive meetings are scheduled with the intention of garnering attention for the new Adams County Jail from local contractors and community members.

Illinois News

Ameren assistance program keeps people warm, current on bills

The Energy Assistance Foundation's Warm Neighbors Cool Friends program keeps people warm through the winter. Susan Sams, the Energy Assistance Foundation executive director, made several stops Wednesday in Quincy to raise awareness of the program.

Quincy News

Firm presents initial findings for Quincy strategic plan update

Development Strategies says in its initial findings for Quincy's strategic plan that the key to effectively fill vacancies left by retiring baby boomers will be adaptability.

Q&A: Kyle Moore
Elections

Q&A: Kyle Moore

Bio and Q&A with Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore, a Republican seeking re-election.

Q&A: Jeff VanCamp
Elections

Q&A: Jeff VanCamp

Bio and Q&A for Jeff VanCamp, an independent candidate for Quincy mayor.

Board buys fifth K-5 school site
Education

Board buys fifth K-5 school site

The Quincy School Board finalized buying the fifth, and final, site for a new K-5 elementary school.

Decision to table Baldwin site design could jeopardize school construction schedule
Education

Decision to table Baldwin site design could jeopardize school construction schedule

A Quincy School Board vote Wednesday night to table a schematic design for the new elementary school at the Baldwin site could jeopardize a construction timeline to have all K-5 students in new schools by the fall of 2019.

Volunteers sought for tree-sinking operation at Mark Twain Lake
Outdoors

Volunteers sought for tree-sinking operation at Mark Twain Lake

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking volunteers Saturday to help place recycled Christmas trees at the bottom of Mark Twain Lake to enhance fishing conditions.

Quincy Park District seeks Wavering pool options
Local Government

Quincy Park District seeks Wavering pool options

Whatever the idea is, the Quincy Park District wants to know what the public thinks it should do with the Wavering Aquatic Center site. The aging pool closed after the 2015 season. That April, voters narrowly rejected a $5.5 million referendum to fund renovations at the facility.