Newest vets home site named after Korean War hero
Illinois News

Newest vets home site named after Korean War hero

QUINCY -- Korean War hero Cpl. Lester Hammond Jr.'s name will grace the former Sycamore Healthcare Center, which is being revamped as a transition housing site for the Illinois Veterans Home.

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LaHood touts tourism, international trade during visit to Quincy
Illinois News

LaHood touts tourism, international trade during visit to Quincy

U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood has pledged to see if there are federal funds to help with a boat dock if the community goes forward with the project.

Illinois News

National Guard to help protect election systems

Cybersecurity experts from the Illinois National Guard will help protect the Illinois State Board of Elections systems during the Nov. 6 election.

Illinois News

Council considers whether public safety fees should be refunded

Sales tax revenues are coming in ahead of expectations and one Quincy alderman wants to consider refunds.

Hopefuls in Illinois' 93rd House District spending time going door-to-door
Elections

Hopefuls in Illinois' 93rd House District spending time going door-to-door

MACOMB, Ill. -- Candidates in the 93rd District have both emphasized door-to-door campaigning in one of the largest geographic Illinois House districts. "We're getting close to our second round of knocking on doors in all or parts of eight counties," said

Local Government

Park District share of dock project is $4 million

The Quincy Park District would need to seek approval from voters to sell $4 million to cover its proposed share of an overhaul of Quincy's riverfront.

Viking River Cruises to send ships to Hannibal in 2021 or 2022
Missouri News

Viking River Cruises to send ships to Hannibal in 2021 or 2022

Viking River Cruises has changed course and again plans to offer Mississippi River cruises to Hannibal in the future.

Local Government

Trail project adjusted to attract lower bids

Revisions to the design of the Bill Klingner Trail between 18th and 24th streets should produce lower bids.

Quincy News

Tracy, Frese tackle questions tied to economic concern

Economic concerns were at the heart of Wednesday's "Pancakes and Politics" legislative update breakfast sponsored by the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce.

Illinois News

U.S. House candidates LaHood, Rodriguez see difference from two years ago

What some people might see as a repeat of the 2016 campaign for the 18th Congressional District in Illinois looks a bit different to the candidates this year.
U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood, R-Dunlap, is being challenged by Democrat Junius Rodriguez.