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LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Industrial Development Council is seeking a new leader, following the retirement of executive director and University of Illinois Zone Administrator Steve Groner at the end of March. more
SPRINGFIELD — Gov. JB Pritzker’s administration estimates state revenues will come up billions of dollars shorter than expected this fiscal year and next due to the novel coronavirus’s economic impact. more
BRIDGEPORT – The Bridgeport City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, April 14 via teleconference due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, and to stay in compliance with Governor J.B. Pritzker’s “stay-at-home” order. more
BRIDGEPORT — One local couple, Rev. Adam and Lauren Strauser, are making a difference in the lives of those who are needing extra help during the COVID-19 pandemic. For the pastor of the … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Little has changed within Lawrence County since the first two positive cases of coronavirus were reported on April 6. Since then, no new cases have cropped up, although testing … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Golden Rule Insurance seemed like “a company on the move” when Bruce Moon was looking to get out of journalism in the late 1980s. Moon couldn’t have been more right, and … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — A large portion of Lawrenceville was without power for approximately 18 hours due to an April 8 storm that ripped through the county. However, Ameren CIPS said that power was … more
SPRINGFIELD — The percentage of intensive care beds and ventilators in use in Illinois remained relatively flat since last week as state officials on Tuesday announced another encouraging sign that Illinois is “flattening the curve” in dealing with the novel coronavirus disease, or COVID-19.  more
SPRINGFIELD — More evidence emerged Tuesday that the spread of COVID-19 in Illinois appears to be leveling off, although Gov. JB Pritzker urged people to continue taking precautions to prevent a resurgence of new cases. more
SPRINGFIELD – Certain essential workers in Illinois who believe they contracted COVID-19 on the job will now be automatically covered by workers’ compensation. more
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