County Board agrees to participate in program through CARES Act
Local Government

County Board agrees to participate in program through CARES Act

The Adams County Board approved the county's participation in a program that will allow it to access CARES Act funds.

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Cultural fusion: Quincy cook combines Filipino, American heritage
Food

Cultural fusion: Quincy cook combines Filipino, American heritage

Rachel Peterson can trace the story of her cooking style to how her parents met.

Galloway hits Parson on COVID-19, Medicaid expansion during campaign stop in Hannibal
Missouri News

Galloway hits Parson on COVID-19, Medicaid expansion during campaign stop in Hannibal

Fresh off her expected victory in the Democratic primary last week, gubernatorial candidate Nicole Galloway has wasted no time crisscrossing the state to meet with voters in more than a dozen cities.

Quincy News

Sale or not, Goble says Quincy Raceways will be open in 2021

Quincy Raceways is officially for sale. Whether or not any sort of transaction materializes in the coming weeks or months, the track will reopen in 2021.

Quincy News

Aldermen 'shocked' by public response to proposed council reforms

City Council members said Monday they have been surprised by the public's response to two proposed changes to the Quincy City Council, which will be up for a final vote at next week's meeting.

Illinois News

Adams County officials report 7th COVID-19 related death

Health departments in both West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri reported additional cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 13 new cases in Adams County.

Monroe City woman accused of helping cover up shooting death denied bond
Police & Courts

Monroe City woman accused of helping cover up shooting death denied bond

A woman charged with trying to help cover up the shooting death of a Monroe City woman last week was denied bond during an arraignment on Tuesday morning.

Contractor selected for $230 million Veterans Home redevelopment
Quincy News

Contractor selected for $230 million Veterans Home redevelopment

A contractor has been selected for the $230 million redevelopment of the Illinois Veterans Home.

Pritzker's mask enforcement rule survives legislative panel
Illinois News

Pritzker's mask enforcement rule survives legislative panel

A legislative panel that oversees the state's administrative rulemaking process voted along partisan lines to allow Gov. J.B. Pritzker's emergency rule to enforce mask-wearing and other public health orders to move forward.

Centralia man arrested on drug charges
Police & Courts

Centralia man arrested on drug charges

A Centralia man faces multiple drug charges after he reportedly manufactued methamphetamine.