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SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois Department on Aging (IDoA) and Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) received $1.7 million from the federal Administration for Community Living to provide services to older adults and persons with disabilities who are disproportionally affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. more
Champaign, IL – As Illinois moves through the re-opening phases outlined by Governor Pritzker, various tourism organizations around the state look to attract visitors to safely visit their communities by providing weekly inspiration for road trips. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — If you had told Dr. Steve Ramsaran that he was all wet on the afternoon of May 15, he couldn’t have argued with you. more
VINCENNES, Ind. – Vincennes University conservation law enforcement students have planned a way to make a real impact on nature and the local community. more
VINCENNES, Ind. – The Indiana Collegiate Press Association honored Vincennes University's student newspaper, The Trailblazer, with an award. The student news publication of Vincennes University placed second in the Best Special Section/Cover category for a special front page designed following VU's NJCAA Division I men’s basketball championship in 2019. more
SPRINGFIELD – Building on Governor Pritzker’s efforts to expand testing capacity statewide and the administration’s commitment to timely, responsible, and transparent communication about COVID-19, the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs (IDVA) today provided updated test results for its long-term, skilled care veteran’s homes in Anna, LaSalle, Manteno, and Quincy, Illinois. more
CARBONDALE, Ill. — Traditional commencement ceremonies may have been postponed, but Southern Illinois University Carbondale graduates are still being recognized in a virtual ceremony featuring remarks by comedian, actor, writer, director and producer Bob Odenkirk. more
SUMNER — Red Hills State Park, and many others within the state of Illinois, was given the go-ahead to open on Friday, according to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. more
VINCENNES, — When Vincennes University shifted to remote learning for the remainder of the spring semester, lab instructor Cassidy Strange immediately leaped into action. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — With these trying times of uncertainty, many small, family owned, local businesses have had to close down. more
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