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Governor visits Meredosia as Illinois River crests

Governor visits Meredosia as Illinois River crests

by Scott Hardy

Says efforts by local and state officials "likely saved lives"

Adams County Together aligns plan with state

Adams County Together aligns plan with state

by Scott Hardy

Move made to avoid further confusion

New "Blessing Health Center 4800 Maine" to open Monday

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by Scott Hardy

New facility will house 100 employees; drive-in viewing of facility set for Saturday

Missouri man drowns in Marion County pond

Missouri man drowns in Marion County pond

by Mary Griffith

MSHP identifies him as Jayden Richardson, 19, of Sumner

Re-opening guidelines for bars, restaurants approved

Re-opening guidelines for bars, restaurants approved

by Scott Hardy

City Council approves ordinance unanimously

City of Quincy releases proposed re-opening guidelines for bars, restaurants

City of Quincy releases proposed re-opening guidelines for bars, restaurants

by Scott Hardy

Will be voted on Tuesday by City Council

Jacksonville man gets max sentence in 2019 Pike Co. home invasions

Jacksonville man gets max sentence in 2019 Pike Co. home invasions

by Scott Hardy

Tyler Runk sentenced to 40 years in prison

Boy Scouts cancel summer camps

Boy Scouts cancel summer camps

by Scott Hardy

Mississippi Valley Council plans several special program days at Saukenauk, Eastman

Quincy falls below 40,000 population

Quincy falls below 40,000 population

by Scott Hardy

Estimates released Thursday by Census Bureau

Major flooding forecast for Illinois River

Major flooding forecast for Illinois River

by Scott Hardy

Gov. Pritzker activates National Guard to help with sandbagging

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Real estate market in Illinois gaining steam despite pandemic

(The Center Square) – Although many real estate offices remain closed and open houses are rare because of the pandemic, the housing market in Illinois is on fire.

In Springfield, officials trade cease-and-desist letters over reopening plans

(The Center Square) – The fight businesses are having in opening back up amid COVID-19 concerns isn’t just with Gov. J.B. Pritzker. In the capital city, it’s starting to become a dispute between local authorities.

Officials encourage Illinoisans to fill out the census before deadline

(The Center Square) – Illinoisans have been responding to the census and even with the complications because of the COVID-19 pandemic the state is on track with a 65% voluntary response rate.

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'Central Park Karen,' Amy Cooper, faces NYC Human Rights Commission investigation

The New York City Commission on Human Rights is investigating the white woman walking her dog in New York City who called police to report she was being threatened by “an African-American man.”

Ahmaud Arbery case: Hearing set for 3 Georgia men charged in killing

A June 4 preliminary hearing has been set for the three men charged in the killing of Georgia man Ahmaud Arbery.

Manhunt for fugitive UConn student expands to Maryland after latest gas station sighting

The now six-day manhunt for the University of Connecticut student wanted in connection to two homicides, a home invasion, and a kidnapping widened in Pennsylvania Wednesday after a firefighter spotted a man matching the suspect’s description hiding behind a dumpster at his station house.

IllinoisPolicy

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 in Illinois

This page will be updated daily to reflect developments related to the spread of COVID-19 in Illinois.

Chicago may soon allow in-law flats, coach houses for first time since 1957

Chicago introduces an ordinance to remove restrictions on accessory dwelling units, paving the way to encourage entrepreneurship and further combat the city’s affordable housing crisis

Metra ridership down 97% from COVID-19

Very few people have been commuting to work since Illinois’ stay-at-home order began at the end of March, which could mean tax and fare troubles are ahead for Chicago’s mass transit.

Illinois budget includes automatic $1,800 pay raise for state lawmakers

With more than 1.1 million Illinoisans out of work, some of the highest-paid state lawmakers in the nation are in line for a raise – though some are fighting back.