State Senator John Sullivan (D-Rushville) and State Representative Norine Hammond (R-Macomb) feel the region won’t be helped or hurt by the state spending plan that begins July 1, 2014.
Carthage has developed out a strategic plan to boost economic development with the help of the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs at Western Illinois University.
Spring is here. (All together now: “FINALLY!”)
A replica of Old Fort Madison on the city's riverfront is around a quarter century old. This means it might be time for some repairs.
The results are in for the 2014 primary election in Iowa.
The city received some much anticipated news: the Illinois Secretary of State’s office has certified the results of the special census.
The Shop Talk panelists discuss the problems with television viewership numbers as measured during so-called “sweeps” periods.
One of the goals for the head of economic development in Hancock County is to get all of the communities on the same page.
Don Hunold said he would bring common sense and a fresh perspective to the Lee County Board of Supervisors.
Ernie Schiller said he is seeking a third term on the Lee County Board of Supervisors because he believes he still has plenty of work to do.