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SUMNER — The Sumner City Council met on July 14 in the Zoom app video telephony platform as the City Hall was closed due to an increase of COVID-19 cases in the area. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Bi-State Authority of the Lawrenceville - Vincennes Municipal Airport met in regular session on July 14 where John Supinie was introduced as the replacement for Charlie Gillespie on the board. The board also heard bids on an ultra light hangar that was damaged in an April 8 wind storm and received an audit review from the Illinois Department of Transportation. more
BRIDGEPORT — The City of Bridgeport has been the beneficiary of several grants. Other grants are being sought which will help make improvements in several more areas of the city. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — David Bowman and Austin Boyer were both searching for words on the afternoon of July 7, upon their graduation from Lawrence County Drug Court. more
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul highlighted free resources available to educate Illinois residents about their repayment options now that the state has moved into Phase 4 of the Governor’s Restore Illinois plan. more
More than $200,000 has gone to help area residents further their educations at Lincoln Trail College courtesy of the LTC Foundation and various donors this year. more
The Mary Heath Foundation this week awarded 11 grants, totalling $112,576, to area organizations for a variety of items. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville Police Department made one arrest on July 11. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Although no formal decisions have been made at this time, the Community Unit School District No. 20 Board of Education held a special meeting on July 9 at Lawrenceville High School to discuss the options available to the district to get students back to learning in August. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville City Council met in regular session on July 9 where the board accepted bids for the City Hall roof project and the heating and air conditioning project at the City Park pavilion. Mayor Don Wagner also presented Lawrenceville resident Charles E. “Charlie” Gillespie with a Key to the City. more
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