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SPRINGFIELD — Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White is issuing an urgent reminder to motorists to adhere to the state’s Move Over Law, also known as Scott’s Law, designed to protect law enforcement and emergency responders who are stopped on the side of roadways. more
SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Commerce Commission is continuing to monitor the power situation in Texas and other areas of the country experiencing extreme weather events and warns that increases in wholesale energy prices could have an impact on some Illinois electric and natural gas customers. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The American Dental Association has launched a month-long, national campaign to bring awareness to children’s dental health. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Lawrence County State’s Attorney Michael M. Strange has announced that two county residents were sentenced in Lawrence County Court on various charges. more
SAINT FRANCISVILLE — A St. Francisville family has literally started a business from the ground up. Ethan McQuaid and Ashley Hall started a market garden after watching a movie called “The Biggest Little Farm” in October of 2019. more
Lincoln Trail College wants to help area residents prepare for their careers.Career and Technical Education prepares individuals for high-skill, in-demand employment that furthers Illinois’ … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Heroes Helping Hands, a new organization within Lawrence County that is dedicated to helping children in need, is inviting all local children in Lawrence County to attend a sledding and snowball fight event in the front lawn of the old Lawrenceville High School on Saturday, Feb. 20. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Despite the harsh weather, the Lawrence County Farm Bureau hosted its 101st Annual Meeting at Havoline Hall in Lawrenceville, on Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. more
WHEELER — Clean-up continues this morning after a train derailment near Wheeler, west of Newton, in Jasper County, which occurred around 9:50 p.m. on Feb. 16. more
Personnel matters — from the chancellor down — were the primary topic at Tuesday’s Illinois Eastern Community Colleges Board meeting at Lincoln Trail College. more
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