One area business owner took matters into his own hands and one thing led to another…a new city initiative.
Dozens of documents from Abraham Lincoln’s family are being donated to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield.
State public health officials say an elderly Logan County man is the first person in Illinois to die of West Nile virus this season.
August continued the downward trend for foreclosures in Illinois, as activity fell 6 percent compared to July and 60 percent compared to August 2012.
While his budget director says the overpayment of firefighters and police pensions should be returned to the city, Mayor Mike Houston won’t go that far.
The four people who supervise the Capitol architect made a statement Friday defending the $50 million dollar rehab that includes more than $300,000 worth of chandeliers and $670,000 worth of copper doors.
The firm hired to search for Springfield’s new school superintendent has an online survey to gauge opinions, but just about anybody can weigh in.
More information is going to be available to used car buyers, in the form of a label indicating emissions and fuel economy.
The city’s budget director wants those who received inflated police or fire pension benefits to pay back that money.
In favor of gun owners’ rights