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The owner of a youth basketball training and select traveling team program has pleaded guilty to one count of theft over $10,000 after accepting payments... [Read More]
A Canton man was seriously injured in a Wednesday night crash south of LaGrange. [Read More]
The University of Missouri will demolish eight buildings and move two museums back to the main campus as part of a plan to reduce space... [Read More]
The Legacy Theater in Carthage has announced the second video in their "Continuing the Legacy" series with a performance of piano duets and solos is... [Read More]
Taryn Hutcherson came to Culver-Stockton College with a plan to major in education and change the world. [Read More]
Seven new COVID-19 cases were reported by the Adams County Health Department on Thursday. [Read More]
Throughout Adams County on Thursday, the Adams County Health Department team rolled out supplies to find rolled up sleeves at three mobile vaccination clinic sites. [Read More]
Beginning in April, a series of four weekly public safety courses will be offered to the public in a joint effort between the Kroc Center... [Read More]
Trailing 27-32 heading to the fourth quarter, the Liberty girls basketball team needed a spark to pull off a comeback against West Hancock on Thursday... [Read More]
During the months leading up to the Illinois prep basketball season, with a possible season cancelation constantly hanging in the air, the Brown County girls... [Read More]
Three years ago, Griggsville-Perry Superintendent Kent Hawley needed to hire a science teacher but couldn't find one. So he did the next best thing. "We... [Read More]
By design, the new Blessing Resource Center will provide a "personalized concierge-like service" targeted to help consumers navigate their health all in one place or... [Read More]
City officials are hoping to have plans to shore up inconsistencies in salary ranges and job classifications of nonunion city positions prepared for Quincy's next... [Read More]
"March Madness" has taken on a new meaning in the business sector of Illinois. [Read More]
The ultimate bookend to an already storybook career would be for Riley Martin to pitch the Quincy University baseball team back to the NCAA Division... [Read More]
Abbey Schreacke didn't think her sprained left ankle was as bad as some might have worried. [Read More]
Had it not been for the beautiful 60 degree weather, Quincy Notre Dame football coach Jack Cornell could have been convinced Wednesday was the first... [Read More]
A new attorney entered his appearance in the case of a Quincy man charged in the 2019 death of another man. [Read More]
Eleven new COVID-19 cases were reported by the Adams County Health Department on Wednesday. [Read More]
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Wednesday announced two additional state-supported mass vaccination sites, one in Quincy, the other in Des Plaines. The two new sites are... [Read More]
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