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.
Gov. Bruce Rauner pledged Friday that "we're going to have more skilled nursing beds than before." In addition, Rauner said the Veterans Home will offer daycare and behavioral health services that previously had not been provided.
Tax rates aren't expected to change much after the Pittsfield City Council considered a tax levy Tuesday night that has a minimal increase from the previous year's. The tax levy will have a second reading at the council's Nov. 6 meeting.
The 2018 garage sale season will start winding to a close this Saturday when The Herald-Whig hosts the fall edition of the Monster of a Garage Sale at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
John Wood Community College continues to attract 30 percent of the high school graduates from the nine counties that make up its district.
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.
Maj. Cheryl Miller often says the Quincy area community is "very generous." The community will have another opportunity to prove her words prophetic. The Quincy Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary is hosting "Tres Chic," an annual fundraiser to benefit its C