Woman indicted by grand jury on charges stemming from fatal crash

By Jim McCabe on November 21 at 8:43am

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A Springfield woman who prospectors say killed two people in an auto accident last month will stand trial after being indicted by a Sangamon County grand jury on Thursday. Twenty-seven-year-old Read More

Festival of Trees begins today

By Jim McCabe on November 21 at 8:43am

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It’s not a forest, but one Jacksonville spot will have plenty of trees this weekend. The Woodhaven Hospice Festival of Trees takes place at the Masonic Temple at 345 West Read More

Naples Food Pantry reaching out for donations

By Ryne Turke on November 21 at 8:42am

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On account of numerous financial issues, the fate of the Naples Food Pantry is being left in the hands of the community. The food pantry was originally founded in the Read More

Jacksonville buzzing about low gas prices

By Ryne Turke on November 20 at 12:28pm

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The price for a gallon of gas in Jacksonville today is $2.57, the lowest it’s been in over four years. According to our gas records at WLDS/WEAI, the last time Read More

IC welcomes public to tour new archive facility

By Ryne Turke on November 20 at 12:24pm

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Illinois College is inviting the public to tour the newly renovated Khalaf Al Habtoor Archives on Friday. The facility has been relocated to the first floor of Schewe Library and Read More