Some 19th Century Illinoisans still have a record as convicted abolitionists.
A program the Illinois Department of Corrections runs with Lake Land College is preparing inmates for life outside by teaching them homebuilding skills.
A spokeswoman for Gov. Pat Quinn says his July 9 deadline for a legislative committee to come up with a fix for Illinois’ pension crisis stands.
The Egyptian military is announcing it is now in control of Egypt.
The 79-year-old spent more than five years in prison for corruption, and in January he was moved to home confinement.
It is as American as apple pie….Fourth of July celebrations….so the staff and residents of Hope Institute did just that,…
Four days after he graduated from Lincoln High School in Edwardsville in 1944, DeLoyce McMurray joined the Marines, which were…
A newly formed chamber of commerce could help boost the growth of business in Sherman.
Springfield aldermen have given developers the green light to build Jefferson Crossing — a multi-acre development that will sit on the northwest corner of Jefferson Street and Veterans Parkway.
Two days before Independence Day, a group favoring Senate-passed immigration law demonstrated outside the Springfield office of U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock.