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While small businesses are getting hit hard during the stay-at-home order, non-profit organizations are feeling the burden as well. The YWCA is a nonprofit women organization that serves over 2 million women, girls, and their families across the country. They aim to strengthen communities starting with 6-week old babies to individuals over 65 years old.  […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Addiction groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and several others rely on meetings to continue with progress.   According to the Addiction Center, relapses are common through the alcohol and drug recovery process, so common that it is estimated that 40 percent to 60 percent of people in recovery have at least one relapse before reaching sobriety. Some estimate this […]

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 […]

The McLean County Children’s Advocacy Center focuses on helping children in need, but are facing challenges through the pandemic. The CAC aids children that have been sexually abused, physically abused, and those who may have witnessed a violent crime. Among the services that are offered are forensic interviews, therapy, medical examinations, and advocacy services for […]

While businesses are suffering through these tough times, so are non-profit organizations whom many greatly depend on.  One of those organizations is the Safe Harbor Shelter, hosted by the Salvation Army in Bloomington, Illinois. The Safe Harbor Shelter is a homeless shelter that is still open during this time. However, there have been some changes to […]

The pandemic is causing financial hardships across the country, bringing overwhelming numbers to food banks. Before the pandemic, according to the Food Research and Action Center, nearly one in seven households with children cannot buy enough food for their families in America. This is now creating pressure for local food banks like the Wesley Distribution […]

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: goredbirds.com NORMAL, Ill. – Weibring Golf Club is set to re-open this Friday, but has put a series of limitations in place based on Governor Pritzker’s executive order. While the course will be open for play, these precautions are to help protect the health and safety of their customers. Those interested in coming […]

Photo courtesy of Illinois State University Facebook page. NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University administration announces students will receive partial refunds for the Spring 2020 semester. President Larry Dietz states that programs including the Governor’s Education Emergency Relief Fund and federal Coronavirus Air and Economic Securities Act will provide financial assistance to students. “Soon you […]