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Quinn announces huge investment for new WIU facility Video included

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced Wednesday the state would give $60 million to Western Illinois University. More>>

Early Childhood and Family Center to undergo $142K renovations to remove lead paint

Quincy's Early Childhood and Family Center will undergo nearly $145,000 worth of renovations to remove lead paint from its facility. More>>

Trimming tree limbs a must before severe weather hits, arborists say Video included

Overgrown and heavy tree limbs can cause a real threat during severe weather. That's why certified arborists are asking you to get them trimmed now before weather hits.
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Fort Madison residents could see spike in sewer rates

Fort Madison residents could soon be seeing a big spike in their sewer rates to make required changes to the city's sewer system. More>>

Quincy receives 'Most Progressive City' award Video included

Several Quincy businesses are recognized for going green while saving some green. More>>

City could close dump site if illegal dumping doesn't stop

Illegal dumping continues to be a problem at Pittsfield's brush pile in Pike County. More>>

House endorses bill to allow motorcyclists to skip the helmets

The Missouri House is endorsing a bill that would allow motorcyclists over 21 to forgo wearing helmets while on the road. More>>

QPS pleased with survey results

Quincy Public School officials say they're very pleased with the turnout to their building assessment survey. More>>

Heating and cooling system delays opening of new prison

Extreme temperature changes in the Midwest are being blamed for a delay in opening the new Fort Madison Prison. More>>

Lee County OKs group to study consolidation

Lee County officials have approved the formation of a citizen's group to study options for consolidation in the county, which has seats in Fort Madison and Keokuk. More>>

Some Quincy residents lose water service

Some residents in the Quincy area lost water service Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Education and opportunity town hall series

US Representative Sam Graves hopes to open up conversations with the public to improve the quality of education in Missouri.Graves invites parents in the Hannibal School District to attend his education and opportunity town hall series on Wednesday.The event begins at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Hannibal Early Childhood Center on North Veteran Road. More>>

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