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Photo Courtesy to Davis Facebook page  WASHINGTON-  Illinois Republican U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis led 114 members of Congress in urging House and Senate leadership to include additional help for domestic violence programs in any future Coronavirus aid package. Also, Davis’ letter calls on leadership to work in a bipartisan way to reauthorize the Violence Against […]

Photo courtesy Pritzker Facebook page CHICAGO, Ill. – After announcing 1,293 new COVID-19 cases, IDPH announced a new program for Illinois residents struggling with mental health. Illinois has now reached a total of 677 deaths and 19,180 cases of COVID-19. McLean County is reporting no new cases while remaining at 75 total cases in the […]

Photo courtesy to Dan Brady website SPRINGFIELD, Ill.- Many of the people filing for unemployment or aid, and are doing it for the first time in their lives. Not to mention systems are overloaded. Republican State Representative Dan Brady on Tuesday, April 14, will host a public conference call outlining information to help local small […]

CHICAGO, Ill. – The Illinois Department of Public Health reported an additional 1,344 cases of COVID-19 and 66 more deaths. Illinois is now at a total of 16,422 cases and 528 total deaths due to COVID-19. There are 81 out of 102 counties in Illinois reporting cases of the virus. McLean County is reporting six […]

Photo courtesy to ISU Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- Illinois State University changes plans for classes and operations for Summer 2020. ISU president Larry Dietz sent out a mass email April 9, to explain what changes are coming to the university this summer. All undergraduate and graduate summer courses will be taught online. However, ISU will […]

Photo courtesy to Children Discovery Museum Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- The Children’s Discovery Museum in Uptown  might be closed, but its staff members are still serving their mission to inspire the love of learning through the “Power of Play.” With support from State Farm’s annual grant for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, the […]

Photo courtesy Dillon Facebook page  NORMAL, Ill.- Illinois State University’s  teachers and students continue to navigate this “new normal”and stay positive amid this pandemic. One ISU theater student Jackson Dillon adjusts to not being with his classmates. “For my acting class, we’re used to doing it in person, in front of everyone with props. Now […]

Photo courtesy to Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market Facebook page  BLOOMINGTON, IL– Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the April 18 Farmers’ Market has moved online. Those wishing to shop at and support the Downtown Bloomington Farmers’ Market vendors will need to place a pre-order online. Online ordering will be available from 5 p.m. on April 8, […]

Photo courtesy of McLean County Health Department Facebook page. CHICAGO, Ill. – The Illinois Department of Public Health announced an additional 1,529 new cases of COVID-19 and 82 more deaths. Illinois is now at a total of 15,078 cases and 462 deaths due to COVID-19. There are 78 out of 102 counties reporting cases of […]

Photo courtesy to Bloomington Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- On April 7, Mayor Tari Renner signed a proclamation affirming Governor J.B. Pritzker’s executive order, emphasizing the importance of the stay-at-home portion. The City has had the ability to disburse crowds since the Governor’s order was issued and will continue to do so. “I encourage all residents […]