Unemployment fell in seven of Illinois’ 12 metro areas in July. But some of the increases were sharp and driven by manufacturing declines.
Former Gov. George Ryan says he’s still adjusting to private life in the weeks since his release from home confinement.
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.