The partial shutdown of the federal government will not, of course, stop farmers from running their combines or milking their cows.
The conversation has started — the Springfield Board of Education is considering a one percent, county-wide sales tax hike to benefit mainly Springfield public schools.
Gov. Pat Quinn believes the gay marriage bill can be passed in the Illinois House during the veto session later…
The Illinois State Board of education will be holding public hearings across the state to discuss the education FY15 budget.…
Rochester is getting a new water main. Water lines within the infrastructure were built in the 1930′s and are approaching…
A Springfield-area farmer says the yields could be excellent – in areas where the moisture is not too much.
Westbound Interstate 72 between MacArthur Boulevard and the 6th Street split was closed for a couple of hours as Illinois State Police investigated a three vehicle crash.
As the former head of the Illinois National Guard, Enyart calls the measure “an absolutely phony, feel-good bill” that doesn’t resolve Washington’s bigger issues.
He urges Congress to “end the nonsense”
He’s retiring, but he’s not shy about sharing his opinions.