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LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Board met in regular session on Oct. 18 in the board room at the Lawrence County Courthouse where the board approved a resolution to allow the use of the Illinois Appellate Prosecutors Office by the Lawrence County States Attorney, Michael Strange. The courthouse approves the usage on an annual basis. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Community Unit School District No. 20 Board of Education met in regular session on Dec. 18 where the board voted to keep all schools in the district on a remote learning status through December. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Jeremy Brush, principal at Parkview Junior High School in Lawrenceville, has been named as an Illinois Principal Association (IPA) Principal of the Year for the Wabash Valley Region. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Shared Blessings “Give a Basket” program for Lawrence County senior citizens is celebrating its 10th year of helping to provide the basic needs for the county’s senior citizens and aging population. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence Public Library Board met in regular session on Nov. 17 where the board discussed fiscal matters and passed the 2020-21 tax levy ordinance. more
The American Legion Auxiliary Lawrence Unit No. 20 gave a generous monetary donation to Parkside Elementary School in Lawrenceville through its "Ten of Anything" educational program. more
The Lawrence County Federation members believe that giving back to their communities is important and during the month of October, the group held a drive for soap, shampoo, dish soap and zip lock bags for the Sign of the Kingdom East in Lawrenceville. more
The following is a list of arrests and accidents from local police departments from the dates of Nov. 12 - Nov. 15. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville Elks Club No. 1208 is hoping to continue its annual tradition of a lighted Christmas parade through downtown Lawrenceville. more
BRIDGEPORT — Operation Christmas Child 2020 is in its final week of shoebox collection with the deadline for collection set for Friday, Nov. 20 at 4 p.m. more
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