More than 100,000 guests are coming by. No pressure.
A new Illinois law will protect renters when the buildings go into foreclosure.
More than 961,000 people passed through the gates this summer.
Police have made a couple arrets in connection with a rash of residential burglaries north of Spaulding.
State Rep. Raymond Poe (R-Springfield) has indicated his interest in the leadership position in the past, and Wednesday renewed that interest in a written statement.
Springfield Public School teachers are now all in compliance with Illinois State Board of Education standards.
It was a small victory but, a victory nonetheless for the City of Springfield.
Gunfire damaged a north end home late Tuesday night and police don’t have anyone in custody.
One member of the pension reform conference committee doesn’t expect a deal to be reached anytime soon.
Regulators have signed off on a new transmission line that’d cut through central Illinois.