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No one expecting violence in Springfield in expected grand jury decision in Ferguson case, but discussions with community groups need to continue
Some Enos Park homeowners and their attorney are taking neighborhood revitalization into their own hands... by suing.
Springfield Aldermen didn't even have to talk about appointing their former colleague, Tim Griffin, to become the next city council coordinator.
The trio met for roughly two hours Thursday at the private Chicago Club.
Regional bias in the numbers
Deer population slightly down, too
Two men are in custody after a shooting in an east side apartment complex late Wednesday night.
Driver’s license facilities will reopen today after a computer outage affected operations at all 138 of the offices in the…
Contract talks began in April
City Water Light and Power is about to embark on a $10 million venture known as the Natural Gas Startup Project.
55 targeted for dismissal
Thefts from Springfield schools and churches have raised a few eyebrows in the Springfield Police Department.
It took more a week after the election
There may always be homeless veterans but, a facility in Springfield is helping in its own way
Springfield Ward 10 Alderman Tim Griffin has resigned.
A Belleville woman faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to health care fraud.
Illinois State Police are fixing a leaky roof over an evidence room in a building near their downtown Springfield headquarters.
The days of tax-free shopping on Amazon are numbered, even though they never really existed
Illinois is still Ebola-free, and residents don’t seem to be all that concerned about the virus anymore. One of the…
Report: Samuel Johnson is running for mayor