Quincy Public Library furloughs staff because of extended stay-at-home order

The Quincy Public Library has furloughed its staff and ceased operations though some digital services will remain available.

Health

Blessing restricts hospital visitors in most cases

Blessing Hospital announced that effective Thursday it will not allow face-to-face visits and instead replace them with electronic visits in an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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Hannibal man arrested in stabbing
Police & Courts

Hannibal man arrested in stabbing

A Hannibal man was arrested in an early Wednesday morning stabbing.

Police & Courts

Louisiana, Mo., woman injured in U.S. 54 crash

A Tuesday afternoon crash on U.S. 54 injured a Louisiana woman.

Police & Courts

Monroe City man seriously injured in U.S. 36 crash

A Monroe City man was seriously injured in a Tuesday afternoon crash on U.S. 36.

Health

Community transmission of COVID-19 is 'very, very likely' says local public health officials

A new report by a group of University of Texas at Austin researchers details how COVID-19 is spreading silently through American cities and towns, including in communities where only a handful of residents have tested positive for the virus.

'They just want to celebrate this accomplishment'
Education

'They just want to celebrate this accomplishment'

Olivia Miller marked a milestone Tuesday by picking up her cap and gown at Quincy High School.
"I'm very excited to get my cap and gown," she said. "It'll make graduating feel real."

Hannibal News

Hannibal council moves closer to filling all HBPW Board vacancies

All the vacancies on the Hannibal Board of Public Works Board of Directors could soon be filled.

Quincy News

Adams County's response rate to census ranks near the top of the nation

With a response rate of 60.3%, Adams County ranks 23rd in the nation for the highest response rate to the decennial nationwide census, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau released on Tuesday afternoon.

Staff, residents bond at nursing homes
Quincy News

Staff, residents bond at nursing homes

The task has been daunting at Maple Lawn Nursing Home. "It's been a challenge, but people are stepping up," said Jeff Funkenbusch, who for 20 years has been the administrator at the facility in Palmyra, Mo., which specializes in caring for the elderly.

Quincy News

City enacts ordinance approving punishments for violators of stay-at-home order

City officials warn that local law enforcement may be forced to issue citations if residents continue to flout the state's "stay-at-home" order, which remains in effect until April 30.