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Sponsor wants to prevent another North Mac
The Springfield Public Works Department will try to work on and investigate the storm sewer system in one part of Northeastern Springfield.
There is now a long-term place in plan for Springfield's Carillon.
Springfield Public Schools will get about $798,000 from the state due to the fallout from Governor Bruce Rauner's across the board budget cut.
"It's a day when we remind ourselves of what can happen when evil people do evil things, and good people do nothing about it."
This year's survey will focus on education, but also will deal with other issues.
Those who want medical marijuana to be available to treat more afflictions have until Saturday to sign up.
Schock spent $3,100 at Tiffany and Co. for bowls to donors.
A state pension law was overturned by the state Supreme Court last summer, because it altered promised benefits.
Springfield Police are looking for people who broke into an east side church.
Lessbian state rep says her mom tried to convert her
Last resort would be drugs not fully tested
Carbon monoxide follows fire
Business groups hear about "turnaround"
Lincoln Land Community College now has a new way to teach EMA students how to save lives, but in a real-life setting.
There's a change at the top of the Illinois State Board of Education.
The suit was filed in federal court in Chicago by lawyer Howard Foster.
It’s easy to be sad when remembering those we’ve lost. But the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s death brought a bit of humor.
The Illinois House has approved a measure that would grant greater access to experimental drugs for terminally-ill patients.