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Image Courtesy of Illinois State University NORMAL, Ill. – As the countdown to the highly anticipated total solar eclipse comes to a near end, the campus of Illinois State University is gearing up. The total solar eclipse is a rare astronomical event where the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, blocking all or […]

Image Courtesy of Illinois State University NORMAL Ill. – As the countdown to the highly anticipated 2024 total solar eclipse begins, the campus of Illinois State University is gearing up. The total solar eclipse, a rare astronomical event where the moon completely obscures the sun, will cast its shadow across numerous states and cities, including […]

NORMAL, Ill. – After two apartment fires in the Bloomington-Normal area for the month of February, the Bloomington Fire Department provides tips to residents as to how to be better prepared in the event of a fire.  A Feb. 14 fire, on Brickyard Drive, and most recently a Feb. 26 fire, on North Hershey Road, […]

Image courtesy of Illinois State University NORMAL, Ill. – Director of Business Attraction for the Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council Casey Peterson has been recognized as an emerging leader for local business and has been awarded a scholarship to support his professional growth. The Mid-America Economic Development Council awarded Peterson their 2024 Bob Ady Scholarship. Peterson’s […]

Photo courtesy of Heartland Community College NORMAL, Ill. – Heartland Community College is showcasing an interactive sculpture exhibit, “PERENNIAL OPTIMISM 2.0,” by artist David Dow. The collection, inspired by both resilient perennial plants and extraordinary women in the community, is on display at the Joe McCauley Gallery until March 29, 2024. Dow’s collection tells a […]

NORMAL, Ill. – The Normal City Council held its first council meeting of the month on December 5. Public comments addressed concerns about the city. Among these were apprehensions regarding the structural integrity and safety of Normal, particularly, the sidewalks. One public commentator said, “Normal focuses on the wants, not the needs.” He noted that […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – The Bloomington City Council held its first council meeting of the month on November 13. Public comments addressed concerns about the city. Among these were apprehensions regarding the structural integrity and safety of Bloomington’s roadways, with specific emphasis on sidewalks lagging behind in compliance with handicap accessibility standards, unattended potholes and a […]

NORMAL, Ill. – The Normal Town Council approved a 12-hour notice regarding access to rental units during the first council meeting of the month on November 6. The council approved a 12-hour notice requirement for access to rental units, as part of the addition of division 19 to chapter 25 of the municipal code, which […]

Photo provided by Dr. Kyle Boerke BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – With modern technology, it is easier than ever to access information about national and global events. As children are increasingly learning about historic events, a local psychologist believes parents have a responsibility to teach their children about it before the internet does.  Doctor of Psychology at OSF […]