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EFFINGHAM — Illinois State Police District 12 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, today announced activity and enforcement figures for the month of April. Troopers in District 12, which includes Clark, Clay, Crawford, Cumberland, Effingham, Fayette, Jasper, Lawrence, Marion, and Richland Counties, answered 126 calls for service and initiated 325 incidents in the field. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — With these trying times of uncertainty, many small, family owned, local businesses have had to close down. Pepsi MidAmerica, located in Robinson, decided to help some that have … more
BRIDGEPORT — The final week of remote learning has arrived for the Red Hill Unit 10 school district and an end of the year plan has now been announced for all students at Bridgeport Grade School, … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Before the coronavirus arrived, Lawrence and other nearby counties were showing improved unemployment rates. According to the Illinois Department of Employment Security, Lawrence … more
May 6, 2020 Jerry T. Loftin and Tammy L. Loftin to People’s State Bank, Lawrenceville, Land in 2-2-13. Peggy S. Urban to Daisy L. Smith, Lots 49 and 50 in Highland Addition, Bridgeport. … more
BRIDGEPORT — Ameren Illinois is modernizing the energy grid to enhance service reliability for customers in Bridgeport and Sumner. In January, Ameren Illinois contractors began replacing more … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — After numerous delays, the Lawrenceville Toyota Boshoku Illinois plant will reopen on Friday, according to company officials. Employees at Lawrence County’s largest employer … more
Poland to celebrate 91 years BRIDGEPORT — Local resident Nina Poland will celebrate her 91st birthday on Saturday, May 23 and a card shower has been planned in her honor. Cards can be sent to … more
Senior Citizens MONDAY Lunch: Ham and beans, spinach, baby bakers, fruit, corn bread. TUESDAY Lunch: Polish sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, fruit, bun. WEDNESDAY Lunch: … more
SPRINGFIELD – Oil production in Illinois has been on the decline for many years, but a steep drop in demand brought on by the economic slowdown spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a big bite … more
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