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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Describing his time in office as an honor, veteran lawmaker Rep. Bill Mitchell (R-Forsyth) announced recently that he will not run for re-election and will retire when his term ends in January 2019, according to a press release.
Gov. Bruce Rauner's campaign committee has hired Matt Besler, president of the Illinois Opportunity Project, as its chief adviser, the non-profit advocacy announced on Monday.
The budget battle in the Illinois Statehouse has allowed workers' compensation fraud to continue largely unchecked, the law firm Keefe, Campbell, Biery & Associates (KCBA) contends.
Illinois did something this week that no state has ever done: received a downgraded credit rating to near-junk bond status.
The Kroger on Airport Plaza has brought online grocery shopping to Decatur. 'ClickList,' the first online option for area customers, has been available for several months.
The village of Mount Zion board of trustees considered changing the intersection at West Main Street and Broadway to a four-way stop at its recent Monday night meeting.
Decatur announced the City Council's approval of repairs to the sanitary and storm sewer infrastructure at Tuesday night's meeting.
The Illinois Republican Party have released a series of robocalls in the wake of the reelection of Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) as Speaker of the House.