The Children's Home and Aid Stuff-A-Bus campaign has had another successful year.
Washington - Four NFL players with central Illinois roots host watch party for local victims.
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BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington High School students are busy making holiday gifts for others...
BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington residents will soon have a new way to pay for their trash.
PEORIA - The Children's Home and Aid Stuff-a-Bus campaign has had another successful year. Last week residents were asked to help "stuff" a bus with items for the Children's Home and Aid Crisis Nursery. Monday, workers unloaded the stuffed bus. It was packed to the brim with diapers, wipes, and food. In additon to all the donated items, the program helped
WASHINGTON - Washington victims are getting a special treat, courtesy of NFL players with local roots. Hundreds of Washington High School athletes and family members watched Monday’s Bears game at Five Points Washington in style. NFL players Alex Tanney, Michael Hoomanawuini, Cody White and Andy Studebaker teamed up to cater the watch party. The players were not in attendance, but
BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington High School students are busy making holiday gifts for others. And this cause means a lot to junior Michele Irwin. "It's actually a really cool project for me, since they're going to a children's hospital. When I was eight, I had back surgery to actually save my ability to walk," said Irwin. Students in Annemarie Steffen's class
BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington residents will soon have a new way to pay for their trash. After weeks of debate, council approved a “pay as you throw” system, which will gradually increase residents rates, if they throw away a larger amount of trash on a weekly basis. City leaders say the move will help make up a $2.1 million solid waste
PEORIA – A report from the Peoria Police Department shows that the city is safer this year than it was last year. Assistant Peoria Police Chief Jerry Mitchell said, “Well, we're pleased that crime is down 11%." Crime statistics released by the Peoria Police Department show a downward trend. Mitchell explained, “We have noticed over the last five