The debate over whether the U.S. will take military action in Syria is affecting gasoline prices in Illinois.
A hefty Workers’ Compensation claim settlement can be looked at as protection in the future.
Gov. Pat Quinn isn’t on board with all the changes proposed by a potential Republican opponent.
With a late-summer dry spell, you could complain about the 2013 crops. But it’s a matter of perspective.
The city will pay a total of $1.7 million – $508,000 of that from City Water Light and Power — to clean…
A policy is now in place in School District 186 that says administrative and supervisory employees are required to live…
Thanks to a sharp memory, Sangamon County deputies are questioning two Chatham teens in a recent rash of police impersonations.
State Sen. Kirk Dillard (R-Hinsdale), who is running for governor, says he hopes Illinois voters see his latest decision – that of a running mate – as an example of the kind of judgment he will bring to the state’s highest office if elected next year.
It is too early too tell for sure, but one school district says students may be coming around to the idea of eating healthier in the school cafeteria.
A 71-year old Rushville man who suffers from Alzheimers and Dementia who’d been missing since Thursday is back home.