Are Christmas Decorations Going Up Sooner This Year?
Perhaps it was it being so dark so early, but it caught my eye and I did a double take. It was a house all lit up with Christmas decorations.
'Field of Honor' Flag Display is This Weekend at Madison Park
As you drive by Madison Park later this month, you will be seeing a transformation of the park into a “Field of Honor” as 1,000 American Flags will be posted in honor of all Veterans, diseased and living.
Victorian Festival of Christmas Coming to Hannibal
Hannibal's holiday spirit shines every Saturday from the end of November up until the church bells ring for midnight mass with its annual Victorian Festival of Christmas.
Town Hall Meeting on Quincy's Future Trash Collection is Tonight
Mayor Kyle Moore will be holding a Town Hall meeting tonight at the Quincy Public Library.
'Field of Honor' on One Side, Protesters on The Other!
Well, this is the Sunday of the potential visit to our area of one of America's most notorious hate groups, the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church. This organization is reportedly going to be picketing at sites in Macomb, Quincy and Hannibal.
Everything You Need To Know About Hannibal's Journey To Bethlehem
One of the area's most popular Christmas events will start your Advent reflecting on the reason for the season.
Red Ribbon Project Begins Monday
Every single day in America 28 people will die as a result of a drunk-driving crash. People killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes accounted for nearly one-third of all traffic deaths in America. With these statistics in mind, a news conference will be held on Monday, November 19, at 9:00 a.m. o…
Just What Was a Rotary Phone?
With each passing day a bit of our past goes away and such is the case with our love of the telephone.
Shouldn't We Have to Show an ID Before We Vote?
Can someone please explain to me what seems to be the problem with making people prove who they are before voting?
Missouri to Have New Bicentennial License Plates
The State of Missouri will celebrate its 200th anniversary. As part of that celebration the state will begin issuing Missouri drivers new red, white and blue bicentennial license plates.
Volunteer Help Needed For Salvation Army's Thanksgiving Dinner
The Salvation Army is planning on their annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner and they could use some help.
May God Bless Our Veteran's
Veteran's Day is a day to reflect on all the sacrifices our Veterans have made, including the ultimate one, to preserve our freedoms in our great country.
The Veteran' Parade is Saturday Morning at 10 in Quincy
It is hard to believe that Saturday will mark the 11th year for the revived Veteran's Day Parade in Quincy.
The Time to Get Your Flu Shot is Now!
The Adams County Health Department ,along with the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control, is recommending annual flu vaccinations for everyone 6 months and older.
Christkindl Market is This Weekend in Quincy
This holiday season is rapidly approaching and one of the favorite activities in the last few years has been the Christkindl Market which will take place this weekend in Quincy.
The World's Worst People Are Coming to Town (And I'm Not Happy)
One of America's most notorious hate groups will be spewing its garbage at a church near you. Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church will be, for whatever reason, picketing sites in Quincy and Hannibal on Sunday, November 18.
Mayor to Hold a Quincy Town Meeting
In an effort to allow the citizens of Quincy to express their thoughts to their Mayor, a "Town Hall" meeting will be held next week.
Veteran's Home to Hold Veteran's Day Ceremony Sunday
Sunday will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. With it will come ceremonies all over our great country. One of them will take place at Lippincott Hall at the Illinois Veteran's Home. The ceremony will take place as 10 a.m. and will end at the 11th hour of the 11th day…
Former Hannibal Resident Sets a New Running Record
A former Hannibal resident dipped his aching feet in the waters of Key West, Florida and ended a 98-day run that started in Kenai, Alaska.
Advocacy Network's 'Leader's Lunch' Tickets on Sale
Adams County Realty has teamed up with the Advocacy Network for Children to hold its first “Leaders Lunch”.