The Pike County Board will continue to correct some work undertaken on White Bridge by the Valley City Drainage District.
Dr. Robert Abrams, associate professor and division chief for maternal-fetal medicine at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, highlighted the benefits of Telehealth by telephone Monday during Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti's tour of SIU Center for Family Medicine Quincy.
Aldermen voted 10-1 on Monday to approve a $33.4 million city budget that will take effect May 1. The spending plan calls for $32.7 million in general fund revenues, with an additional $700,000 in pension contributions in the current budget but payable un
The mother of a 7-year-old girl killed in an accidental shooting last spring in southeastern Adams County has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge. Karen L. Torres, 31, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of a firearm without a firearm owners card.
Macomb author Randy Sollenberger enjoys performing, telling stories and teaching people about growing up in a rural area. He's written various poems, songs and two books - with a third on the way - about Forgottonia.
A volunteer with United Way's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program is one of 24 people from across Illinois to be honored with the Governor's Volunteer Service Award.
Stephanie Berg says hearing her compositions performed in concert for the first time never gets old. Her latest piece, "Ignite," commissioned by the Quincy Symphony Orchestra, will have its world premiere during the QSO's April 29 concert.
Taking home an award from Friday night's A Voice for All Women event provided Carol Brockmiller with a good reminder of the work done by the Quincy YWCA and the importance of empowering women.
The Adams County Board of Health moved forward Thursday night with a multi-county agreement designed to address common problems.