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ST. FRANCISVILLE — A St. Francisville woman died as a result of a one-vehicle accident in southern Lawrence County on the morning of April 28. According to a report from the Illinois State … more
SPRINGFIELD – Illinois’ minimum wage will make its second increase this year to $10 per hour beginning July 1. The Illinois Department of Labor urges minimum wage earners to make sure their checks reflect the increase following July 1. more
LAWRNCEVILLE — From now through Tuesday, May 5, first responders and healthcare workers can show their identification to receive a free thank you meal from McDonald’s. Jamie Brink, General … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The City of Lawrenceville is facing a total bummer of a summer, without even a bang on the Fourth of July. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Students at Parkside Elementary School are getting creative with their weekly art project, as remote learning continues due to the coronavirus outbreak. Each week, teacher Cheryl … more
SPRINGFIELD — Red Hills State Park in western Lawrence County was not on a list provided by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) that will open on Friday, May 1. However, … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The total area of Lawrence County is 374 square miles, and the sheriff’s department is charged with patrolling almost every one of them. To do that, the department of Sheriff … more
ROBINSON — Justice Lloyd A. Karmeier and the Illinois Supreme Court have announced the appointment of Matthew Hartrich as an At-Large Circuit Judge in the Second Judicial Circuit. Hartrich is being appointed to fill the vacancy created when Judge David Overstreet was elected to the Fifth District Appellate Court in 2018. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Rising tensions between the Lawrence County Citizens for Change and an unidentified rival group brought about an early end to a scheduled Black Lives Matter rally on the Lawrence County Courthouse Square, on the afternoon of June 21. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Lawrence County has benefitted enough from its relationship with a New York-based aerial measurement company that the Lawrence County Board is willing to sign on for three more … more
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