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SPRINGFIELD – The number of new novel coronavirus disease, or COVID-19, cases reported in the last 24 hours fell below 600 on Friday for the first time since March 30. more
Springfield – To ensure Illinois school districts have the necessary tools to effectively carry out remote learning and other necessary operations during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor JB Pritzker signed SB 1569 into law to provide support for educators, students, and families. more
CHICAGO—Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) celebrates its 10th anniversary this week, marking a decade of decarceration efforts rooted in results-oriented programs serving justice-involved individuals across the state. Since program inception, more than 6,500 participants have been diverted from prison to community-based supervision (probation) and services to address their criminogenic needs and reduce recidivism. more
SPRINGFIELD – The number of Illinois workers receiving state unemployment benefits fell by more than 29,000 during the last week of June as many businesses resumed operations after 14 weeks under a stay-at-home order brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
SPRINGFIELD — One of the few things unaffected by the coronavirus pandemic’s presence in Illinois has been recreational marijuana sales. more
SPRINGFIELD – The State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) is working with the Department of Human Services and our local emergency managers to address an identified need in our communities. To date, the SEOC has received requests for food assistance from more than 40 local emergency management agencies. more
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois State Museum (ISM) announces "On the Move Online Super Saturday" will take place from June 5 to June 8. more
SPRINGFIELD — An Illinois anti-abortion nonprofit filed a federal lawsuit challenging Gov. JB Pritzker’s social gathering restrictions, arguing it should be excluded from caps on attendees to charity, planning and educational events. more
SPRINGFIELD — A federal judge on Thursday denied a request for a temporary restraining order that would have allowed Illinois Republican Party groups to host large fundraising events. more
SPRINGFIELD — Local government officials in Illinois have their hands “tied behind their back” when responding to COVID-19-related economic struggles, three community and business advocacy groups argued Thursday. more
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