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Two projects are underway to help transportation in Galesburg.
Two students from Western Illinois University worked together to create "The Troubling Tales of Old Macomb."
Lee County's Roadside Management program could make a comeback.
When farmer Sondra Pierce had her first child, she decided to forgo daycare.
Lane Evans had an easy smile, but downstate Illinois’ progressive champion for working people and veterans was a bit bashful and didn’t often laugh...