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Tuesday, June 4, 201306/04/2013

Springfield BOE Questions Administration Residency

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The Springfield School Board is looking to crack down on administrators violating residency requirements.

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Tuesday, June 4, 201306/04/2013

Davidsmeyer: Tax Increase Will Continue

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Some Illinois Republicans say there’s no way the state will be able to roll back part of the increased income tax rate in January 2015, when it’s supposed to partially sunset.

gun

Tuesday, June 4, 201306/04/2013

Conceal Carry Headed to Court

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Illinois’ Attorney General is filing a motion to delay a mandate for the state to enact its concealed-carry law. Lisa…

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Tuesday, June 4, 201306/04/2013

District 186 Employee Linked to Test Score Leak Reassigned

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After two employees from Springfield School District 186 had their resignations accepted for a test score leak, a third will be reassigned to a classroom as a teacher.

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Tuesday, June 4, 201306/04/2013

Springfield Superintendent Search Firm Chosen

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The Springfield Board of Education has decided on firm to search for the next superintendent.

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Monday, June 3, 201306/03/2013

Sangamon County Deputies Seize Pot

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A 44-year-old woman has been arrested for manufacturing and delivering cannabis. Tracey Hardin was arrested on Saturday after police were…

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Monday, June 3, 201306/03/2013

Building Purchased to House New Menard Co. Fire Dept. Not Appraised

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The Petersburg Community Fire Protection District is breaking off to form its own fire department, and it’s under contract to buy a building that wasn’t appraised.

Monday, June 3, 201306/03/2013

Fitch Downgrades Illinois Credit to A-

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It didn’t take long for a credit rating agency to make good on a promise to Illinois.

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Monday, June 3, 201306/03/2013

Arrest Made in Weekend Homicide

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Springfield Police have made an arrest in the Saturday murder of Rebecca Cleaton.

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Monday, June 3, 201306/03/2013

Kidzeum Recieves $1 Million From State

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One bill that beat the legislative deadline will provide one million dollars to Springfield’s Kidzeum.