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Sunday, May 19, 2019
If you ask most adults, they’ll tell you they haven’t had a hearing test since grade school.
Join us at Humiston Riverside Park for our inaugural Rockin' at the River Concert with The Blooze Brothers!
Pine St. between Main St. and South St. will be closed tomorrow morning as the road is resurfaced.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts free Family Day will be held Saturday, May 18 from Noon to 2 p.m.
Group swimming lessons will be the weeks of June 17th & June 24th, Monday thru Thursday, 9 a.m.
Sen. Chapin Rose (R-Mahomet) spoke in opposition of a bill that opens up funding to more individuals for college.
Republican state Rep. Dan Caulkins (Geneva) marvels at how career politicians in Springfield have yet to learn their lesson.
The Citizens’ Beautification Committee of Bloomington invites you to participate in the annual Beautification Awards nomination process.
Illinois' own Chicago Farmer performs a solo concert at the beautiful Eagle Performing Arts & Conference Center in Pontiac, Illinois.
For the first time in 165 years, Lexington residents will no longer hear the familiar sounds of the train horns blowing as they travel through our community.
Chenoa Police want to congratulate Officer Timothy Johnson on his graduation from the Police Academy today at the Macon County Law Enforcement Training Center in Decatur, IL.
The swim team meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 15th at 6 p.m.
McLean County teachers thinking about opting out of their union following a landmark U.S. Supreme Court last summer have options to help them do so.
Republican state Rep. Dan Caulkins (Decatur) struggles to understand why lawmakers in Springfield are ignoring an issue everyone in Illinois knows is out of control.
Livingston County Electronics Recycling drive will be Saturday, May 11th at Pontiac Township High School, 9 a.m.
People everywhere are conquering their cabin fever and are enjoying the great outdoors after a long, bitter winter.
The Vermillion River has continued to rise over the past several days.
Shop in Le Roy! Sponsored by Le Roy Chamber of Commerce and the Businesses of Le Roy.
The City of Bloomington and Town of Normal Historic Preservation Commissions are collaborating with the Old House Society (OHS) to present this year’s Historic Preservation Awards.
Experience a little 'Taste of Country' at the 2nd Annual City Picnic!