In another effort to provide timely and accurate information to the public, Coronavirus.illinois.gov has been launched to centralize the breaking updates from state government, prevention and preparation tips, frequently asked questions and resources from public health experts.
To ensure the stability of small, independent pharmacies through the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Illinois State Comptroller Susana Mendoza is releasing nearly $1 million to critical access pharmacies in rural and underserved communities.
Business waited impatiently for the government's proposals because every day brought new alarming news about the closure of schools, kindergartens, shops, restaurants, cinemas, etc..and finally the borders of our country.
As cold and flu season continues, and COVID-19, or novel coronavirus 2019, has spread to the United States, there are virtual tools available to help you get medical advice and free prescription delivery from select pharmacies.
Join instructor and textile arts enthusiast Linda Norbut Suits for an afternoon spent exploring the history of western women's fashion and learning how to incorporate retro, vintage, and vintage-inspired clothing into your look.
The Illinois Senate has approved legislation filed by State Senator Steve McClure (R-Springfield) to make it easier for schools to recruit good teachers, by helping ease the transition for teachers making the jump from private to public schools.
The HSHS hospitals in central Illinois are working with their respective county clerks’ offices to help hospitalized voters get information on how to cast their ballots in the upcoming primary election at HSHS St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital in Decatur, HSHS St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield and HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital in Shelbyville.