Former Center city clerk may face federal charges
Police & Courts

Former Center city clerk may face federal charges

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Missouri will be the lead law enforcement agency pursuing criminal charges against Tracey Ray, the former city clerk of Center.

Quincy News

New program designed to assist new residents

A new program is being launched to help new residents "plug into the Quincy and Adams County" community.

Denied marijuana dispensary applicants will have chance to amend applications
Illinois News

Denied marijuana dispensary applicants will have chance to amend applications

Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced changes to the licensing process for marijuana dispensaries Monday after weeks of criticism from activists, lawmakers and applicants who were initially denied for the first round of 75 licenses.

From-scratch favorites
Food

From-scratch favorites

Anna Mullet doesn't mind adding a bit of vintage flavor to her cooking.
An old-fashioned Butterscotch Pie, a recipe passed down from her grandma, remains a favorite for Mullet and her family.

New projection shrinks deficit in 20-21 QPS budget
Education

New projection shrinks deficit in 20-21 QPS budget

New projections for the corporate personal property replacement tax mean a better bottom line in the 2020-21 budget for Quincy Public Schools.

Local Government

Ordinance to annex property into Quincy fails

A plan to annex two properties on the city of Quincy's north side that would have allowed for the annexation of several other properties was narrowly defeated.

Hannibal riverfront project nearing completion
Hannibal News

Hannibal riverfront project nearing completion

Significant progress continues to be made on the Hannibal riverfront restoration project, according to Andy Dorian, the city's director of central services. "The riverfront is rocking and rolling," Dorian told the Hannibal Park Board.

Quincy News

Adams County nears 1,000 milestone in pandemic

At some point this week, Adams County will likely reach the 1,000-mark milestone for positive tests tied to the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Education

QPS projects ahead of schedule

Health life safety projects progressed further, and faster, than expected this spring and summer at Quincy Junior High School thanks in part to the COVID-19 shutdown.

Hannibal investigates drainage area complaint
Hannibal News

Hannibal investigates drainage area complaint

A drainage complaint from a South Side resident has been investigated by the city of Hannibal.