Tuition hike, job cuts coming to JWCC to help balance budget

Tuition increases and job cuts, as well as a new winter accelerated term, are being included as a ways to help balance next fiscal year's budget at John Wood Community College brought on by the continued state budget impasse.

Country music star to headline Western Illinois Fair
Illinois News

Country music star to headline Western Illinois Fair

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.

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Delivery available anywhere in Quincy with new Jimmy John's location
Business

Delivery available anywhere in Quincy with new Jimmy John's location

With the opening of a new Jimmy John's location Tuesday in Quincy, delivery will be available virtually anywhere within the city limits. The restaurant at 4500 Broadway is the third Jimmy John's opened by Quincy native Will Aubuchon, 32.

Waggoner's artwork will be a focal point of Vietnam vets' reunion
Quincy News

Waggoner's artwork will be a focal point of Vietnam vets' reunion

Bob Craig, curator of the All Wars Museum at the Illinois Veterans Home, is proud to be able to display an ongoing series of portraits by Dan Waggoner, a Quincy resident and Vietnam veteran, whose paintings depict local military personnel who died in Vietnam, Korea and World War II.

Quincy man held in property damage case waives preliminary hearing
Police & Courts

Quincy man held in property damage case waives preliminary hearing

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.

Quincy News

Plan Commission endorses plan for video gaming site

Plans for a video gaming site at 1515 S. 12th took a step forward Tuesday night when the Quincy Plan Commission endorsed the proposal.

Missouri News

Volunteers needed to plant trees at Mark Twain birthplace

Last fall, five trees, including one that was pictured in a 1910 photograph taken by Mark Twain's biographer, were removed due to disease. Volunteers are needed to plant additional decorative trees at his Florida, Mo., birthplace.

Police & Courts

No charges filed in March incident at Adams School

Charges will not be filed against an Quincy Public Schools employee who allegedly punched a student last month.

Transportation

Senate panel moves transportation task force forward in search for funding fix

A task force proposal that would seek to solve Missouri's transportation funding crisis took a step forward Tuesday with a positive hearing in the Senate Rules Committee.

Quincy woman arrested on meth charges
Police & Courts

Quincy woman arrested on meth charges

A Quincy woman was arrested on drug-related charges Tuesday night after a search of a Quincy home.

Police & Courts

Hannibal man involved in rail crossing crash

RENSSELAER, Mo. -- Hannibal man involved in rail crossing crash