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Crash north of Curryville kills one teen, injures another

A Bowling Green teen died, and a second teen from Curryville was seriously injured in a Friday night crash north of Curryville.

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Twelve priests with local ties named in sexual misconduct report
Police & Courts

Twelve priests with local ties named in sexual misconduct report

Twelve priests with local connections have been named in a 182-page report naming 395 Catholic priests and lay people reportedly accused of sexual misconduct in Illinois.

New pastor at Faith Presbyterian looks forward to relocating to Quincy
Religion

New pastor at Faith Presbyterian looks forward to relocating to Quincy

The Rev. Joshua M. Hall has learned to appreciate -- and deal with -- the wide range of experiences he encounters on a regular basis.

Classroom project 'tugs at the heartstrings'
Education

Classroom project 'tugs at the heartstrings'

Liberty High School is building a new classroom for cross-categorical special education students after winning $25,000 in a nationwide contest.

Semi-finalists chosen for Tom and Becky Program
Hannibal News

Semi-finalists chosen for Tom and Becky Program

Twelve boys and 12 girls have been chosen as semi-finalists for the 2019-2020 Tom and Becky Program.

Vets Home investigation continues months after AG staff went before grand jury
Quincy News

Vets Home investigation continues months after AG staff went before grand jury

The Illinois attorney general investigation on whether any laws were broken involving the response to outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease at the Illinois Veterans Home continues.

Pittsfield man recognized for service to pork industry
Agriculture

Pittsfield man recognized for service to pork industry

Growing up on a family farm in Henry County raising cattle spurred an early interest in livestock management in Jeff Galle.

3rd Ward candidates promise solutions for Quincy's problems
Quincy News

3rd Ward candidates promise solutions for Quincy's problems

Candidates running for alderman in Quincy's 3rd Ward have heard from neighbors about the biggest problems in the northeastern part of town. "Potholes and poor road conditions" have been mentioned by lots of people.

Without new funding, officials say library's future looks bleak
Quincy News

Without new funding, officials say library's future looks bleak

Quincy Public Library Executive Director Kathleen Helsabeck has plans for the future of the city's lone public library, which range from adding a 3-D printer to creating a makerspace to adding new childhood literacy programs.

Bowling Green school officials optimistic about property tax increase proposal
Missouri News

Bowling Green school officials optimistic about property tax increase proposal

Next month, voters in the Bowling Green R-I School District will decide the fate of Proposition S, which, if approved, would be the school district's first property tax increase since the 1960s.