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Zopp had announced her support of the agreement 27 days earlier than Duckworth.
Don't expect budget progress
The Springfield City Council will wait two more weeks before voting on the proposed annexation of 48 acres of land into the city, to be located in Ward 3.
"Access" paratransit service will be expanded so routes will cover more of the area.
Being a homeowner has some advantages, and more advantages are being extended to Illinois' disabled veterans as it pertains to their property taxes.
The CEO of a suburban Chicago school district says elevated levels of Legionella bacteria discovered at three schools were limited to the buildings' cooling systems.
Somewhere between back-to-school and holiday preparations is this: get a flu shot.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is set to veto another piecemeal appropriations bill if the House passes it this week, which would surprise no one in the General Assembly.
Dominick's and its parent company, Safeway, want the judgment for damages awarded to Jordan reduced to $250,000, or a new trial granted.
All but one off-campus agriculture plot would cease crop production research under the latest budget plan.
Layoffs on hold, pending court action
Kidzeum funding, money for Enos Park among items discussed.
"Ashley is in an inspiration."
Springfield's Economic Development Director says a new microloan program the city's implemented has been received well so far.
DeCarlos Benton assaulted at least four police officers after a single-vehicle accident.
"Marty" Neitzel will fill the remainder of former Mayor Keith Snyder's term.
The death of State Rep. Esther Golar (D-Chicago) leaves Democrats one vote shy of the 71 needed to override the governor’s vetoes.
A Springfield man initially charged in Macon County with trying to meet a minor for sex now faces federal charges.
Pugh, Jones and Johnson received the payment for it's more than two-month investigation.
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