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LAWRENCEVILLE — Local resident Pauline (Shine) Updike will celebrate her 99th birthday on Tuesday, Sept. 22 and a card shower has been planned in her honor. Cards can be sent to Pauline at: 12100 Blackburn School Lane, Lawrenceville, IL, 62439. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — An account has been set up at People’s State Bank in Lawrenceville for those wishing to donate to the medical expense fund for Aiden, the son of Lauren Smallwood, who lost her life in a Labor Day shooting incident. more
MOUNT CARMEL — The Board of Trustees of Illinois Eastern Community College District No. 529 adopted an operating fund budget of $30,215,713 for fiscal year July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021, at the regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 15 at Wabash Valley College.  more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Lawrence County United Fund applications remain available to local non-profit organizations for 2021. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence Public Library finds itself on solid financial footing, so passing a deficit at the regular monthly meeting of its board of trustees isn’t a major issue. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — What was once a gift shop and later a T-shirt and engraving establishment is now a combination of the two. Laura Hoke purchased Sweet T’s at 719 12th St. in late February, and … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Guns and ammunition are flying off the shelves in Illinois. This time of year, one would think that it is in preparation for hunting season. However, Americans have been loading up … more
SPRINGFIELD – For the second consecutive week, Lawrence is one of 30 counties in Illinois that are considered to be at a warning level for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to the Illinois Department of Public Health. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — While the first installment of Lawrence County real estate tax bills are due next month, its citizens can take comfort in knowing that their average property taxes are among the lowest in Illinois. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — After discussing things for more than an hour, the Lawrenceville City Council tabled talk in regard to a subdivision at the former United Methodist Village, in the area of Cedar Street. more
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