Thursday Jun 6
Long delays for funding plague bridge repairs
Reduced weight limits still allow two Mahomet-Seymour School District buses to cross the reduced one lane bridge in Mahomet, but buses will be re-routed during upcoming repairs.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Tuscola Waits For Cronus Decision
It may be just a matter of weeks before Tuscola finds out if it is chosen as the site for a new Cronus fertilizer plant.
Some Republicans say 13th primary will hurt party
Erika Harold announces her intention to seek the Republican nomination for U.S. Representative in the 13th Congressional District of Illinois at the front entrance to Urbana High School on Tuesday June 4, 2013.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Vandalism to school district property
Police are investigating multiple incidents of vandalism to Mahomet-Seymour School District Property.
Fri May 31, 2013
Economic-development bill passes both houses
A massive economic development bill, which includes state tax incentives to help build a $1.4 billion fertilizer plant west of Tuscola, passed the Senate Friday and was sent to Gov.
Mahomet-Seymour High School commencement 2013
Members of the Mahomet-Seymour High School bands perform "Pomp and Circumstance" during commencement ceremonies at the school Sunday, May 26, 2013 in Mahomet, Ill.
Wed May 29, 2013
Senate passes education funding on party-line votes
Democrats pushed two education-related budget bills through the Senate on Wednesday, giving both higher education and elementary and secondary education close to the same levels of funding as the current year.
Fri May 24, 2013
Strange odor causes school evacuation
A suspected gas leak caused a school to be evacuated Thursday. Staff at Central Elementary School noticed an odor in the kitchen area when they arrived to the school.
Wed May 22, 2013
Sex ed bill clears state Senate
A sex education measure that Republicans asserted was anti-local control and would promote birth control rather than abstinence-only cleared the Illinois Senate on a nearly party-line vote Wednesday.
Mon May 20, 2013
Legislators wary but hopeful on health benefit changes
Although many retired state employees are fearful about upcoming changes in their health care benefits, state officials and lawmakers attempted to quell those concerns Monday.