MORTON - The athletic facility at Morton High School is getting a nearly $5 million upgrade. The school board approved the bids for upgrades Tuesday night. The plans include adding four new lighted tennis courts, bringing the total number to eight. However, that’s only one small part of the multi-million dollar project. “We'll be resurfacing the track [and] getting new
BLOOMINGTON - The city of Bloomington is named a Tree City U.S.A. Community. This is the 28th year the city has earned the honor from the Arbor Day Foundation. To be recognized as a tree city, a community must have: -A forestry department -A tree care ordinance -A community forestry plan -An arbor day observance. Bloomington's Arbor Day observance is
BLOOMINGTON - Hundreds of jobs are coming to Bloomington. The new Hy-Vee grocery store is opening Tuesday. It's created more than 600 jobs with construction and new employees. More than 130 full-time positions are also coming with the store, It's located in the Lakeview Plaza off of Veteran's Parkway. The new, 24/7 location will have a market grille, pharmacy, in-store
PEORIA - This morning, the Governor made a special visit to Peoria. Today, he gave out his safety award at the local Occupational Safety and Health Day at the Civic Center. It recognizes a person who makes significant contributions in safety at his or her work. "It's a little embarrassing this has been the Governor's Safety Award for four years
PEORIA - "We're spending hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Last year, we spent $100,000 on vacant and abandoned property throughout the city," Peoria City Manager Patrick Urich said. That $100,000 comes straight from the taxpayer. But Peoria city officials and state legislators are working together to keep that money in your pocket. Two bills have been introduced, one
Morton will soon see some multi-million dollar upgrades at its high school athletic complex.
The president and CEO of UnityPoint Health is retiring and a replacement has already been named.
The Woodford County Sheriff’s Department is investigating at a home burglary.
There's no better place to celebrate a 30th anniversary, than at Thirty-Thirty Coffee! That was the thought of Susan G. Komen officials who are marking the 30th anniversary of the Race for the Cure today.
We share the story of an Easter Seals patient who's all grown up