MODOT Asks For Cooperation as Snow Moves into Missouri
As another winter storm approaches, MODOT is asking drivers to help by limiting travel. A dry snow and winds up to 30 miles per hour are expected Friday night into Saturday. National Weather Services forecasts currently call for four to six inches of snow in northeast Missouri.
This Car Color Insurance Myth is Getting Busted Once and for All
Your car’s color can be a practical choice, an expression of your individuality, or even a chromatic extension of your personal brand. But can it be an indicator of your driving behavior?
Instacart Online Grocery Delivery Service Comes to Quincy Area
A company that calls itself the North American leader in online grocery shopping has set up shop in the Quincy area.
St. Louis Ballet Dancer Drowned in Mark Twain Lake
An autopsy has found that a St. Louis ballet dancer whose body was found in a rural northeast Missouri lake drowned.
Finals Set for the Tony Lenzini Tourney at Palmyra
On to the hardware round at the 76th Annual Tony Lenzini Basketball Tournament.
Shopko Files for Bankruptcy, Quincy Store to Stay Open
The parent company of one the area’s best known retailers has filed for bankruptcy.
Hannibal Salvation Army Exceeds Christmas Fundraising Goal
The Hannibal Salvation Army celebrated another successful Christmas fundraising campaign Tuesday.
Red Cross Puts Out Emergency Call for Blood Donors
The Red Cross has put out an emergency call for blood donors.
Butch Pennewell Honored by MSHP for Helping in Search
A Monroe City man has been honored by the Missouri Highway Patrol for his help with the search for a missing person last November.
Two Quincyans Arrested Following Stolen EBT/Link Card Report
Investigation into a report of a lost or stolen State of Illinois EBT/Link card results in two arrests.
Salvation Army Offers Help to Shutdown-Affected Workers
The local Salvation Army wants federal workers affected by the government shutdown to know they are ready to help.