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Monday, December 18, 2017
The tentative state equalization factor for property assessments in Macon County remains unchanged from last year – 1.000.
The 19th century is coming back to life at Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has brought a new weapon into his legislative battles: his wife.
A merger inside the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) will help protect the state's nature and culture, according to a press release.
Staab Funeral Home in Springfield has been honored for its efforts to help veterans with fundraising, memorial designs and veterans parks, according to a press release.
Illinois continues to struggle with job growth, according to the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES).
The Illinois Department of Insurance (IDOI) wants the recent severe summer storms that swept across Illinois to serve as reminders to homeowners to make sure they have the coverage they need.
Applications for the Governor's Hometown Awards are due by Aug. 1, the Serve Illinois Commission announced in a recent news release.
Illinois is “blessed with every natural resource — except good government,” Gov. Bruce Rauner concludes in an editorial published recently in Crain's Chicago Business.
Quick action prevented the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs (IDVA) from experiencing widespread damage from a malware virus on July 3, the IDVA reported recently.
Illinois could still become the first state in history to receive a "junk" credit rating even with the House and Senate overriding Gov. Bruce Rauner's veto of a budget plan, Capitol Fax reported.
Illinois has entered into a partnership with the Internet of Things Talent Consortium in the hopes of offering affordable technology job training, the Department of Innovation and Technology announced recently.
Illinois families have claimed more than $4 million in life insurance funds in the last year, the state's Department of Insurance announced recently.
Gov. Bruce Rauner issued an amendatory veto on Senate Bill 1839 on Friday, calling the taxes included in the measure "mean-spirited" and an attack on 911 service, according to a press release.
Illinois State Fair competitors are being offered a little extra time to get their entries mailed for the upcoming event thanks to the fact that July begins on a weekend this year.