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PEORIA - CityLink plans to build a new transfer zoneon the North side of Peoria to help centralize northern routes.
The Germantown Hills Zoning Board denies variance exceptions for a potential Casey's General Store.
They will interview eight candidates in total and make their decision by August 11th.
Construction is entirely funded. Now donations of books and toys are needed.
Pools across the board report lower numbers.
City officials aren't worried. They say it's because the state is low after frigid winter.
David Belvery of the Creve Coeur Police Department will take over as the new chief.
Green Thumb Industries eagerly awaits the formal application from the Department of Agriculture.
The search for a new school superintendent has created a few concerns, but the school board president says she’s optimistic and that hiring a search firm is a step in the right direction.
Volunteers from the South Side Mission are getting their hands dirty fixing up homes in the community today.
The College received a $700,000 grant from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The group, Change 150, has called for Superintendent Grenita Lathan to step down in the past.
One of the only Carnegie libraries left in the country, the Lincoln Branch is placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Students and faculty will open the door to lots of new changes at Dunlap High School and administrators believe they'll like what they see!
The threats happened during bargaining talks with the police union over school resource officers.
Police say Bartonville’s Wendy Rybolt goes back into smoke-filled house before crews arrive on scene.
Governor Pat Quinn is directing the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to keep PCB waste out of the Clinton Landfill.