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VILLA GROVE — Two veteran aldermen are vying for the mayoral post being vacated by incumbent Thelma "Boots" Blaney.
Blaney is not seeking re-election to dedicate more time to family and travel. "I have very much enjoyed my four years as mayor of Villa Gove," Blaney said. "I would encourage more people to get involved in their community."
DANVILLE — Opponents and supporters of the state's plan to remove two Danville river dams will finally get their chance to argue their points for the public record when the city holds a hearing next month.
DANVILLE — The city of Danville has decided it will not make businesses take down their temporary signs for now, and in the meantime, aldermen will discuss a possible rewrite of the city's temporary sign ordinance.
Updated 9:39 p.m. Tuesday.
DANVILLE — The nine Danville school board candidates weighed in on a variety of questions on funding, learning and community involvement at the first of three candidates' forums on Tuesday evening.
Negotiators for the University of Illinois and its building and food service workers will meet again next week.
After two days of negotiations, building and food service workers still don't have a contract agreement with the University of Illinois.
VILLA GROVE — The Villa Grove school board on Monday approved a limited co-op with some sports to be shared with the Heritage school district.
While a majority of the Villa Grove board supports a full co-op, some members said they wanted more information before reaching that decision.
GEORGETOWN — City officials listened to comments for and against a proposed gun range in a rural city-owned park on Monday, and then voted to grant a 25-year lease to the gun club wanting to build the range.
CHAMPAIGN — An Illinois Bar Association report says government lending restrictions and a reordering of law school curricula are the best ways to control the growing debt load that law students face.
The report, issued last week after a series of hearings around the state, recommends that:
WESTVILLE — Five candidates and a write-in candidate will seek three four-year seats on the Westville School Board to help guide the school district through some challenging financial times.
GEORGETOWN — The school district is going through some financial challenges, but six candidates are seeking four seats on the school board to try to help continue to guide it into better times.
Three four-year seats on the Georgetown-Ridge Farm School Board will be up for election on April 9, as will one two-year seat.