The city of Pittsfield has reached an agreement with the Zoe Preservation Society to acquire the dilapidated tavern next to the former theater.
Nearly 500 volunteers with the Adams County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program got a pat on the back Wednesday afternoon.
John Wood Community College is diversifying the methods it uses to attract students as Illinois faces an increasing exodus of high school graduates bound for postsecondary education.
About 50 years after Tony Smith was serving in Vietnam, the Army veteran got his Order of the Purple Heart medal Tuesday. Smith, 70, received the pin, thanks to help from U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood, R-Dunlap, who delivered the medal during a stop in Warsaw.
The Hannibal School District's annual financial audit resulted in an "average" rating. Auditors indicated Hannibal had "sound financial practices," and the district's financial strengths outnumbered its financial concerns.
The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs said Wednesday that two residents at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy contracted Legionnaires' disease. The head of the home says he's surprised to see two recent cases of Legionnaires' disease surface among residents because the home's frequent water tests have shown no signs of legionella.
A Quincy woman pleaded guilty but mentally ill in connection with the July shooting of her husband and was immediately sentenced to nine years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
The Collinsville woman charged in a string of business break-ins in 2016 pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit burglary Wednesday in Adams County Circuit Court.
Six local philanthropic individuals, families and organizations will be honored Nov. 4 at an event celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois & Northeast Missouri.