Steve Buttice of Living By Your Design shares more on the costs associated with senior living.
The annual community luncheon is coming up April 30th.
A local man is pledging to take his passion for the organization to the race course this season.
Rocky Vonachen talks with Michael Klos about the team's home opener.
U.S. Congressman John Lewis was a part of Martin Luther King Jr's inner circle and is sharing his personal experiences this coming Friday.
A special event to help homeless pets and other community based projects.
Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis and Washington Mayor Gary Manier tell Living Well's Meg Marshall about the "Peoria Shops Washington" Campaign.
A festive combination of flavors to welcome spring to your kitchen.
The 59th annual Women's Auxiliary Fashion Show is coming up April 10th.
Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums is celebrating 50 years of music in the Central Illinois community.
Dr. James Malavolti shares more on common causes of headaches and how chiropractic care can provide lasting relief.
A tradition of introducing young ears to the magic of music.
We introduce you to a pair matched for more than 4 years.
A local aerial dance artist shares more about the technique and where you can learn the moves.
Repairing the harsh effects of winter weather on your skin.
Introducing you to some of the Big Brother Big Sister pairings that benefit from the annual Bowl for Kids' Sake.
A special opportunity for families and caregivers to learn more about services available in Central Illinois.
More about the special care unit offered for adults with Alzheimer's.
The community takes action to support local athletes while also exploring more about the outdoors.
You can check out the latest models this weekend at the Peoria Civic Center.
We introduce you to Illinois' Big Sister of the Year!
The Union Construction Career Fair is promoting diversity among trade industries.
A study re;eased this Wednesday shows a significant drop in obesity rates among the very young.
Dave Osborn with Trouble Free Heating and Cooling talks about the importance of checking your home's sump pump.
National Kick Butts day is coming up in March. How your young ones can get involved to spread the message.
Tips from area builders before the show opens on Friday.
How to keep your diet on track by making a smart plan.
Bryan Himmel is raising awareness, and money, for Autism Speaks.
Living Well is introducing you to local pairings leading up to the annual Bowl for Kids' Sake.
This week's Hometown Hero is Army Specialist Casey Lovell
A service to help seniors make the right choice before their next move.
Dietitian Kim McClintic shows us creative ways to inspire little chefs.
Board Member Rosemary McCullough shares more about Black History month.
More than 3.8 million car seats are being recalled by the manufacturer Graco. We talk to a local expert about the concerns.
An organization aimed at bringing confidence back into a breast cancer survivor's closet.
A local group is celebrating one year of empowering men and women through the art of line dance.
World War II Veteran Exhibit on Display at Illinois State University's Milner Library. The exhibit's creator, Ashley Koenig stops by LW to tell us about it.
A special workshop to help you get started in your journey through the past.
"Changing America" explores two big movements in American history.
Emily Huff shares more on a new class offered through the Park District.
Satisfy your sweet tooth or enjoy a full meal for a good cause.
"Grease" ready to welcome audiences this weekend.
The Orchestra celebrates a Viennese tradition.
Dr. James Malavolti shares more on this condition and possible treatments.
The organization is calling on the community to help deliver holiday meals.
Ryan Fairchild explains how IPMR can help fix problems with your balance.
Ben Corey with the American Red Cross shares more about the annual blood collection event.
Spa owner Jay Ford shares more about special promotions for the holidays.
Peoria Central is singing in Studio 31 for Sounds of the Season.
Classical ballet comes to life this weekend in Morton.