This month Ila May Dimmitt, 99, will mark her 50th year as proprietor of Show Me Antiques and Gifts, a business operating in a 182-year-old building along Hannibal's historic Main Street.
QUINCY -- The city will begin implementing a long-term control plan for combined sewer overflows in the near future. The Environmental Protection Agency recently said it has accepted the city's plan that was submitted in August 2017. "Implementation of the
An experienced kayaker had to be rescued from a tree Friday morning after his kayak flipped over in the fast-moving current of flood-swollen Quincy Bay.
BROOKFIELD, Mo. -- The Meadville softball team tried to limit the damage Knox County's Katie Hamlin could do by intentionally walking her in the first inning. That didn't go as planned when Tadym Mason followed with a three-run homer. Hamlin went on to thr
A rift is growing between some veterans and employees at the Illinois Veterans Home and Gov. Bruce Rauner's administration. The veterans and home employees fear a reduction in beds -- and, in turn, jobs -- at the home.
Moose calves are dying at unprecedented levels in parts of New England mostly from the emergence of ticks that are benefiting from winter starting later
Japanese author Haruki Murakami says he enjoys writing novels because he doesn't know where the stories end up
Cybersecurity pioneer Wysopal: Stem the constant flood of patches with more ethically designed software that puts a premium on security