After watching one of his co-workers lose her job, the city's acting comptroller announced his immediate retirement during Monday night's city council meeting, citing a “toxic environment” and what he called bullying.
Georgetown officials voted unanimously on Monday to sell up to 500,000 gallons of water a day to... Read more
Residents called for more oversight at the Urbana Free Library after a "weeding" controversy... Read more
Local officials are seeking federal funds for a massive $29.7 million infrastructure improvement... Read more
Lunt’s decision gives Illinois a much-needed shot of momentum.
Construction is slated to begin this week on a new Culver's restaurant in the former Fazoli's building on North Vermilion Street in Danville.
The surprise winner of a presidential election has the people of Iran hoping for a brighter future.
CU Racing Team members strive for personal bests
A riderless horse will open the Piatt County Trail Blazers rodeo in memory of Jorden Austin, last year's Miss Trail Blazers who died in a two-vehicle auto accident on March 21.