Use of a search warrant Wednesday night in a Quincy motel room results in a methamphetamine related arrest.
A proposed hog confinement project in Lewis County has some residents concerned.
MODOT officials host an informational meeting this afternoon in advance of work on the Missouri 168 overpass.
The Baseball Hall of Fame will admit three new members in July: Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez. This year was Raines' final year of eligibility, while Rodriguez cleared the 75 percent barrier on his first try. This was Bagwell's seventh time on the ballot.
It is time to sign up for the upcoming 31th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade to be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 11 a.m. The parade will start at 12th and Maine Streets and proceed to 5th and Maine Streets and is open to all businesses, organizations and individuals free of charge.
A federal jury in Springfield, Illinois took less than two hours late Tuesday to return guilty verdicts against a Quincy farmer on insurance fraud charges.
The former president is in the ICU, but is "stable and resting comfortably."
The Quincy Police Department recently completed its annual Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization.
Marion County Commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved its fiscal year 2017 budget.
Voting continues by members of the Quincy Federation of Teachers and Educational Support Personnel on whether to accept the tentative contract agreement reached with the district over the weekend.