Several resources available as region set to enter new phase of reopening plan
Health

Several resources available as region set to enter new phase of reopening plan

Providing outlets for children, as well as highlighting other services that will be offered to area residents, was the focus of area officials as the region sets to enter a new phase of the "Restore Illinois" reopening plan on Friday.

Capital funds to support History Museum improvements
Quincy News

Capital funds to support History Museum improvements

The History Museum on the Square in downtown Quincy could see some improvements in the near future as part of an appropriation in the state's budget.

Illinois News

Hancock County resident becomes 16th resident to test positive for COVID-19

A female Hancock County resident has become the 16th in the county to test positive for COVID-19, according to public health officials.

Quincy News

'Operation Rising Spirit' designed to lift spirit of veterans, caretakers

The Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs has launched "Operation Rising Spirit," challenging service organizations, volunteers and citizens of Illinois to raise the spirits of military veterans and the staffs who care for them.

Illinois News

Pritzker tours flood preparations as East St. Louis gears up for contact tracing

Gov. J.B. Pritzker spent much of the day Wednesday in downstate Illinois, where he observed flood preparations along the Illinois River in Meredosia before heading to East St. Louis.

Illinois News

Reopening plan with expanded hours for driver services facilities

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White has announced his office's reopening plan — beginning June 1 — with the first two months focused on serving only new drivers, customers with expired driver's licenses/ID cards and vehicle transactions.

Missouri man arrested on failure to register as sex offender charge
Police & Courts

Missouri man arrested on failure to register as sex offender charge

A Hannibal, Mo., man was arrested on several charges after he reportedly failed to register as a sex offender.

Quincy News

Yard sales can resume Friday

Garage and yard sales can resume in Quincy starting Friday, May 29.

Police & Courts

Appellate court affirms Pearl man's conviction on sex abuse charges

The Pearl man who was convicted and sentenced to life in prison on multiple sex abuse charges had his appeal denied.

Police & Courts

Warsaw man faces charges after fatal crash

A Warsaw man faces charges after an early Monday morning fatal crash.

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