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The board was short two members with the resignation of Terry Carlton in December and the recent passing of Bill Martin.
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The Illinois Association of SkillsUSA held its 50th annual Leadership and Skills Conference in Springfield, Illinois on April 3- 5. The conference leadership and skill events were held at the Prairie Capital Convention Center, the Capital Area Career Center, the President Abraham Lincoln Hotel, Robert Morris College and Springfield Hilton Hotel.
The Illinois State Rifle Association is urging its members to pack a suburban Democrat's town hall meeting Thursday even though the gathering isn't intended to have anything to do with guns.
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A former associate professor of business administration claims in a federal lawsuit that the University of Illinois Springfield banned him from campus and denied him emeritus status because of his race and Iranian origin.
Increasing fuel taxes to pay for Illinois road construction will hurt businesses -- and hit consumers at the pump, gas station owners said Monday.
A proposed bill in Illinois banning the sale and distribution of natural or "raw" milk, is not going anywhere this session after legislators heard from "thousands" of natural milk proponents.
David Gill, who lost the 13th Congressional District race two years ago by 1,002 votes - or less than 4/10ths a percentage point - said Saturday that he would not run an independent campaign for the seat.
Ryan was absolute kryptonite at the time - 2006 - freshly convicted at federal trial for a series of schemes and awaiting sentencing.
A former professor at the University of Illinois at Springfield has claimed in a federal lawsuit that the school banned him from campus and denied him emeritus status because of his race and Iranian origin.
Music was everywhere during the Civil War - at public events, in the home and even on the battlefield.
The swarms of Asian carp that infest the Illinois River may not want to hear this, but they're good to eat.