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IDPH fines Pittsfield nursing home $50K

IDPH fines Pittsfield nursing home $50K

by Scott Hardy

Pittsfield Manor fined in part for mishandling gastroenteritis outbreak last fall

IDOT releases new 5-year road plan w/local spending

IDOT releases new 5-year road plan w/local spending

by Scott Hardy

New plan features $135 million to resurface 28 miles of Interstate 72 in Pike County

Counterfeit money showing up in Quincy

Counterfeit money showing up in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

QPD says that $100 bills are also showing up in Illinois and Missouri

Former Monroe County official accused of stealing

Former Monroe County official accused of stealing

by Scott Hardy

Former Public Administrator Jessica Chase faces 34 counts

District, Chamber and GREDF to buy 501 Hampshire

District, Chamber and GREDF to buy 501 Hampshire

by Scott Hardy

All three organizations will be under one roof

2 x 4's for Hope founder changes plea to Theft charge

2 x 4's for Hope founder changes plea to Theft charge

by Scott Hardy

Mark Lawrence enters Alford plea in settlement; sentenced to probation

Former Gardner-Denver subsidiary to leave Quincy

Former Gardner-Denver subsidiary to leave Quincy

by Scott Hardy

GD Energy Products re-locating this October

Alabama man accused of stealing over $10,000 from Quincy school

Alabama man accused of stealing over $10,000 from Quincy school

by Scott Hardy

Kim Sandegren arrested Tuesday, awaiting extradition to Adams County

Probable cause found in Canton murder case

Probable cause found in Canton murder case

by Scott Hardy

Adam Wolf could enter plea next month

Historical Society to raise $2 million for museum improvements

Historical Society to raise $2 million for museum improvements

by Mary Griffith

Goal is to have renovations done by end of 2025

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'What constitutes a border crisis?' Sanctuary cities have found out

(The Center Square) - In March 2021, the Los Angeles Times published a story with a headline that asked, "What constitutes a border crisis?"

Chicago Teachers Union pushes climate demands in CPS negotiations

(The Center Square) – The Chicago Teachers Union is pushing its Green Schools Campaign in negotiations with Chicago Public Schools.

Illegal border crossings at northern border continue to break records

(The Center Square) – Illegal border crossings at the northern border continue to break records, according to the latest data released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

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Sheriff's deputy shot to death in 'ambush' while tracking stolen SUV in Detroit

An Oakland County Sheriff's deputy was killed in an "ambush" attack on Saturday when he was working to recover a stolen vehicle, authorities announced.

Violence breaks out after anti-Israel agitators surround LA synagogue, clash with Israel supporters

Violence broke out outside a synagogue in Los Angeles on Sunday after anti-Israel agitators surrounded the building and clashed with supporters of Israel.

Jewish mother, family attacked at elementary school graduation by agitators yelling 'Death to Israel': report

A New York City couple was recently attacked by a family yelling "Gaza is Ours" and "Free Palestine". The mother in the couple is Jewish and believes that her religion was targeted.

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Illinois Policy Institute research cited in US Senate hearing on education

Illinois Policy Institute research was cited in a U.S Senate hearing on education spending to show more funding isn’t the solution for poor performance in public schools.

Utah makes life easier for job seekers; Illinois can, too

Utah consolidated and integrated government job and social services into a one-stop shop. Illinois can follow that example and efficiently pull more people out of poverty and into the working world.

Charter schools offer path to academic success for families in poverty

A study found charter students in poverty had stronger growth in reading and math compared to their peers in traditional public schools, especially minority students in poverty. But the Chicago Teachers Union wants to limit families’ options to enroll their students in charter schools.

What does it take to get a building permit in Chicago?

Chicago lags behind other cities in housing affordability. The city’s permitting process could be holding it back.