Terry Traeder talks about the work underway for June’s Quincy Grand Prix of Karting and the resurgence of the sport.
Quincy Police have arrested a juvenile male in connection with starting the fire at a vacant building Wednesday evening in Quincy’s Calftown neighborhood.
The Quincy School Board approved a three-year contract with the Quincy Federation of Teachers and its subgroups Wednesday night.
A building at 7th and State where three people died and a man was convicted for setting the fire and murdering them was ablaze again Wednesday evening.
The Quincy Federation of Teachers has approved a new multi-year labor contract with the Quincy School District.
The recently retired Quincy Police Chief talks about his career in law enforcement and the issues in finding his successor.
Bob Gough talks to Rob Copley about closing out his law enforcement career and the 2022 Illinois Primary is fast approaching.
Could Target be the start of a trend? Also MRN Editor David Adam and Publisher Bob Gough wonder if we’ll have a new police chief by the Fourth of July.
Following the closed portion of the meeting, Board members voted 16-1 to give themselves 9.6 percent raises and committee chairs and the County Board Chairman 22 percent raises before adjourning.
Muddy River News has learned that the Target Real Estate Corporation has acquired the rights to develop the Quincy property that formerly housed Kmart.