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Photo courtesy the NAACP Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- Local black community advocacy groups are reacting to a long history of violence. The Bloomington-Normal chapter of NAACP is elated after over 1,000 people gathered on Sunday, May 31. The NAACP Vice-President Carla Campbell-Jackson said, “Our event was extremely successful and was without incident. We are pleased […]

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the services available to individuals with autism in the community. According to the Autism McLean and the CDC, many learners with Autism Spectrum Disorder may face challenges related to comprehension, communication, difficulty understanding abstract language, an insistence on sameness, and a greater likelihood of anxiety and depression […]

Photo courtesy to Casey’s Garden Shop Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- This local garden shop is putting the “bloom” back Bloomington by implementing a full e-commerce site since the modified Stay-At-Home order was put into place. Opening today, May 1, Casey’s Garden shop has relocated to a greenhouse up the street to do their curbside pick-ups […]

Photo courtesy to Heartland Community College  NORMAL,Ill.- Some renown natural lands in the United States, will now be viewable virtually through a new exhibit presented by Heartland Community College. Originally scheduled for presentation on Heartland’s campus, “mother•land” will move online to www.heartland.edu/artGallery beginning April 26. Heartland’s Joe McCauley Gallery presents an exhibit of still images […]

 Photo courtesy to Audrey Stickrod NORMAL, Ill.- Heartland Community College is taking steps to expand Agriculture programming for students in District 540. Heartland launched the Agriculture program in the Fall of 2015. Since that time the College has built a program that is designed to transfer Agriculture students toward a four-year degree. The creation of new […]

Photo courtesy EAC Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- Despite the cancellation of a full month of previously planned events to mark Earth Day, the Ecology Action Center (EAC) has shifted to online and social distancing events and activities in order to ensure that Earth Day does not go unnoticed. Earth Day 1970 launched the modern environmental […]

Photo courtesy to Pritzker Facebook page CHICAGO- Following careful consideration of the science and close consultation with public health leaders and experts in Illinois and across the nation, Governor J.B. Pritzker announced that in-person learning in schools will not resume during the 2019-2020 school year, with remote learning days to continue for all pre-k through […]

Photo courtesy to BLM Facebook page  BLOOMIGTON, Ill.- Last night Black Lives Matter (BLM) had their fifth community call,  where they discussed how they can work to help the most vulnerable groups during the COVID-19 crisis. “As you know, decarceration has been a focus of BLM Blono as COVID-19 continues to reach every corner of […]

Photo courtesy to the CDC BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The McLean County Health Department was notified Thursday morning, April 16 of a third death related to COVID-19 in McLean County, Illinois. The individual was a female in her 80s with no history of travel or exposure. McLean County has had a total of 82 cases of COVID-19, […]

Photo courtesy to Pritzker Facebook page CHICAGO- While states are suppose to be receiving federal funding to address costs associated with the pandemic, this funding can not be used for the broader impact on COVID-19 on state revenue. Governor J.B. Pritzker is working with our federal partners and calling on Congress to pass an additional […]