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OLNEY — Tickets for the Olney Central College Theatre’s production of “Love Letters” are on sale now. more
URBANA — Drivers should slow down and stay alert to avoid deer-vehicle collisions this fall when traveling after dark. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that Region 6, which includes Crawford and surrounding counties, will be under increased mitigations starting Monday, Nov. 2. more
OLNEY — Olney Central College is ready for the startup of its new Welding and Fabrication Associate’s Degree next fall with the completion of a new state-of-the-art lab and classroom at the West Richland Center in Noble. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Health Department was notified on Oct. 29 that five additional Lawrence County residents have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus through the LCHD.  more
VINCENNES, Ind. — On Sunday, Nov. 1, the Dr. N. Philip Shelton Humanitarian Award will be presented to this year’s recipient. Although the ceremony will look different with most of the attendees viewing the presentation virtually, the significance of the award has not been lost. more
CHICAGO – Unsafe sleep is a leading cause of death for children one year old and younger; and while October’s Infant Safe Sleep Awareness Month is coming to an end, Illinois DCFS continues to work year-round to remind parents and caregivers of the importance of putting infants to sleep safely. more
VINCENNES, Ind. — Good Samaritan was recognized today by the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), in partnership with Governor Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Kris Box, M.D., FACOG, for its commitment to infant and maternal health at the first annual INspire Hospital of Distinction recognition program. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Health Department was notified on Oct. 27 that seven additional Lawrence County residents have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus through the LCHD. A total of 11 Lawrence Countians tested positive on Oct. 28 bringing the total to 18 new cases in the past 48 hours.  more
SAINT FRANCISVILLE — The St. Francisville City Council met in regular session on Wednesday, Oct. 14. The council set Trick-or-Treating hours as 5 — 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31. Those who will be passing out candy to children of the community in costume should leave their porch light on. more
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