Quincy TIF district set for 12-year extension
Local Government

Quincy TIF district set for 12-year extension

One of downtown Quincy's tax increment financing districts is set to receive a 12-year extension after Illinois lawmakers approved legislation last month.

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Census Bureau outreach effort underway
Quincy News

Census Bureau outreach effort underway

The next outreach effort by the U.S. Census Bureau, "Update Leave Operation," is underway.

Education

JWCC plans new automation and robotics technician certification program

New for the fall semester at John Wood Community College is the Automation and Robotics Technician certification program.

Hannibal News

Hannibal's budget anticipates $700,000 shortfall

Budget season is in the home stretch at Hannibal City Hall. However, the creation of a monetary blueprint for the next fiscal year has been particularly challenging in 2020, according to Hannibal's Director of Finance Karen Burditt.

Illinois News

State allows summer school openings, opens testing to everyone

Summer schools can open with safety guidelines in place and state-run COVID-19 testing sites are now open to everyone.

Quincy News

Quincy City Hall, municipal facilities to open to public

Beginning Monday, June 8, Quincy City Hall and other city facilities will be open to the public for normal business activities, such as paying utility bills, signing up for the city's opt-in recycling program or trash service.

Police & Courts

Vehicle-bicycle crash injures juvenile

A Wednesday crash in Hannibal involving a vehicle and a bicycle injured a juvenile.

Police & Courts

Florida man injured in crash north of Palmyra

A Florida man was injured in a Wednesday night crash on U.S. 61 north of Palmyra.

Illinois News

14 Hancock County businesses plan to seek funding through state program tied to pandemic

A new partnership in Hancock County is clearing the way to seek funding/grant money to help businesses which were negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

'We just wanted to do something' to help community
Quincy News

'We just wanted to do something' to help community

So much for Kevin Reed's alleged "retirement." Reed, the former president of Reed Promotional Media, announced his retirement a few months ago and was soon looking for a worthwhile cause to fill some of his time.