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NORMAL – Two vehicles were involved in a car accident on the intersection of Dale and Kingsley St. South bound on Kingsley, a red truck hit the rear corner panel of a white Tesla while making a lane change. The car rolled onto its side causing the Kingsley and Dale St. intersection to be blocked. […]

(Photo Courtesy of Nord for Normal Facebook Page) NORMAL — The Normal Town Council will host the first-ever Citizen Summit from 6-9 p.m. Thursday at the Normal Community Activity Center. The event, otherwise known as a community conversation, is an opportunity for citizens to provide input as to what direction they would like to see […]

(Photo Courtesy of Bloomington Parks and Recreation Facebook page.) BLOOMINGTON – The Recreation and Cultural Arts and Fleet Feet Bloomington will host its annual Ugliest Sweater run this Saturday at 1:00 with Bloomington Parks The Event will offer both a 1.5 mile and a 3-mile non- competitive run or walk in Miller park. The event […]

NORMAL – Earlier this afternoon there was a protest on the separation of families in Uptown Normal. Protesters gathered to raise awareness of the poor conditions children face in detention centers after being separated from their families. The protests are inspired by a speaker that conducted interviews with children at the dentition centers. One of […]

NORMAL – The Normal town council held a meeting to amend the town Zoning Code to regulate adult-use cannabis facilities. The Planning Commission made their recommendation and presented it to the council. The Commission originally discussed expanding regulations in order to accommodate to nursing homes. Ultimately the commission decided to decrease those buffers in their […]

BLOOMINGTON – Bloomington Police Department are asking people to avoid Washington St. and McLean St. due to a gas line rupture. The area is being blocked off as buildings near the gas leak were evacuated. According to Bloomington Police, the issue should be resolved by 8:30 p.m.

BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington Planning Commission held a public hearing taking a closer look at zoning. The hearing focused on adult-use permits in the agriculture, business, and manufacturing zones in the City of Bloomington. The Planning Commission wanted to gather the public for comment so that they can make a recommendation back to council.The commission […]

BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington City Council approved the 2019 Tax Levy earlier this week. City Manager Tim Gleason said that the council was in a position to hold property tax. The purposed tax rate is similar to the tax rate of 2018 which was $20.5 million tax levy estimate with a similar rate. Mayor Tari […]

(Photo courtesy of The Autism Place Facebook page) NORMAL – The Friends of the Autism Place will hold it’s fifth annual trivia night this Saturday at the Illinois State University Alumni Center. The Friends of The Autism Place is a non-profit organization which advances for support in autism awareness and education. The program helps ISU […]

NORMAL – Yesterday marks the annual Veterans Day ceremony hosted by the Illinois State University ROTC program. Among the many veterans in attendance was Department Chair of the ROTC program, Lieutenant Colonel Kraig Kline of the United States Army. A former Illinois State alum, Kline graduated in 1999 with a degree in criminal justice and […]