Two upcoming workshops in Pittsfield will help aspiring and current small business owners and those seeking to find work.
Inspired by iconic images of the blooming cherry and crabapple trees along the National Mall in Washington, D.C., a local tree advocacy group is hoping a tree planting ceremony on Monday afternoon at the Illinois Veterans Home will serve as a starting point for its effort to replicate the colorful scene.
Joyce Little drove from Danville, Ill., to be a vendor in this year's edition of the Quincy Christmas Pickers Market, which has been themed by organizers as "Holidazzle Winter Market." Little, who sells gourmet food mixes as well as home decor,
Illinois officials learned on Friday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, had denied the state's appeal for federal assistance to help residents in 22 counties recover from 2019's severe storms and historic flooding along the Mississippi
A mobile substation was parked at the Ameren Illinois substation at North 22nd and Spruce right before the July 13, 2015, windstorm that knocked out power for the majority of the city of Quincy.
A second Hannibal man has been arrested in the Sept. 24 theft of a Suzuki motorcycle from a Detroit home. Pike County Sheriff David E. Greenwood said in a release that David L. Meyers, 20, was arrested Oct. 28.
The Liberty Fire Protection District has received a $120,000 loan from the Illinois Fire Truck Revolving Loan Program.
The Pike County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a man that is wanted for questioning related to a reported armed robbery in Barry.