Chatham brought its own water plant online last year and stopped receiving service from City Water Light and Power in May of last year. But that ran afoul of the village’s contract, which was set to expire in July of this year.
The Sangamon County Board approved a resolution that creates an intergovernmental agreement with the county, city of Springfield and the Illinois Department of Transportation.
The Illinois attorney general’s office says the federal appellate court has given the state an extra 30 days to lift its ban on concealed weapons.
Illinois Republicans are seeing opportunity where their fortunes are the worst.
Governor Pat Quinn says he’s prepared to call lawmakers into special session so they can hash out a deal on pension reform.
The Springfield School Board is looking to crack down on administrators violating residency requirements.
Some Illinois Republicans say there’s no way the state will be able to roll back part of the increased income tax rate in January 2015, when it’s supposed to partially sunset.
Illinois’ Attorney General is filing a motion to delay a mandate for the state to enact its concealed-carry law. Lisa…
After two employees from Springfield School District 186 had their resignations accepted for a test score leak, a third will be reassigned to a classroom as a teacher.
The Springfield Board of Education has decided on firm to search for the next superintendent.