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Heritage State Bank, in partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, recently made a donation to the Embarras River Basin Agency (ERBA) in the amount of $5,000 to support relief efforts for populations hardest hit by COVID-19 in Lawrence County. more
Lawrenceville High School recently held a drive-through induction ceremony for those junior and senior students who have been inducted into the National Honor Society for the 2020-21 school year. A total of 15 students were inducted which brings the total of members to 29 for the LHS chapter. more
OBLONG — The Oblong Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Oblong have announced the upcoming Halloween plans for residents. more
Local law enforcement agencies make several arrests over the weekend. more
NEWTON — The owners of the Newton power plant plan to close it. more
SUMNER — Sumner Mayor Betty Brian has announced that a special session of the city council will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Former U.S. congressman Glenn Poshard, and his wife, Jo, are leading marches at 40 different southern Illinois courthouses, in an effort to deliver a message of unity. more
ROBINSON — Marathon Petroleum may layoff 100 Robinson refinery employees, according to a published report. more
PETROLIA — A boil order, issued last week by the Petrolia Water District that affected customers in the area of Club Kilroy Road, has been lifted. more
BRIDGEPORT — A $10 million budget is planned for the Red Hill Unit 10 School District 2021 fiscal year. For now, however, the end balance is anticipated to be in the negative due to effects of COVID-19. more
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