Peggy Crim is stepping down as Quincy city treasurer. “It has become increasingly clear that growing family obligations require more of my time than this job allows. I need to continue to put my family first and to do that it is only fair to the city, and to the treasurer's office, that I step aside,” Crim said.
A buyer has signed a contract, subject to contingencies, to purchase and redevelop the former St. Elizabeth Hospital, 109 Virginia St., in Hannibal, city attorney James Lemon said. The developer is Chris Ales, president of Ales and Co. in Davenport, Iowa.
The name of a 20-year-old man who drowned Thursday evening in a small pond northwest of Griggsville has been released.
A Quincy man was sentenced to 11 years in the Department of Corrections Thursday in Adams County Circuit Court for one count of criminal sexual assault.
It was another successful fundraising year for the Shoeless Joe's Celebrity Golf Clasic. The Hannibal Regional Foundation's eighth annual Shoeless Joe's Celebrity Golf Classic, held June 14, raised nearly $80,000 to benefit the Cherish Campaign.
State Rep. Craig Redmon, R-Canton, and Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford, both agree: Something needs to be done in Northeast Missouri and nationwide to reduce individual and government health care costs, incentivise wellness and control opioid distribution.