A project to better link America’s Central Port in Granite City with national freight transportation will receive the majority of its funding from a federal grant recently announced by Rep. Mike Bost (R-IL), according to a press release.
A recently opened Regional Multimodal Transportation Center in Alton will offer easier travel connections and promote future economic development in the area, according to the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT).
Wolf Branch Middle School students are being moved indefinitely to the Wolf Branch School District’s elementary school in Swansea following mine subsidence damage, according to the Belleville News-Democrat (BND).
Three Collinsville residents facing charges of ordinance violations have filed a motion to dismiss, arguing that the city is using the violations to punish them for speaking out at public meetings, according to the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW).
Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti and Joe Beyer, acting director of the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL), toured Venice's Becker Iron & Metal recently and cheered its workers in recognition of Labor Day, according to a press release.
Mike Babcock wants to prevent another state income tax increase like that imposed this summer, and he knows one way to help accomplish that goal: Replace Rep. Dan Beiser (D-Alton) in the 111th House District.
Fourteen Madison County college students recently received scholarships totaling $10,500 through the 2017 Community Service Block Grant Scholarship administered by Madison County Community Development, according to a press release.
All state employees will undergo cyber security training on an annual basis under a measure Gov. Bruce Rauner signed into law recently, according to a press release from chief co-sponsor Rep. Bob Pritchard (R-Hinckley).
Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer (R-Jacksonville) has earned the 2017 Public Service Award from the Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives for his efforts in the rural electrification program, according to a press release.
Downstate Illinois students are just as deserving of school funding as those in Chicago, Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer (R-Jacksonville) said recently in applauding Gov. Bruce Rauner decision to call legislators back to Springfield to come up with a more equitable education bill and pass it on to him.
Rep. Charlie Meier (R-Highland) is urging the General Assembly to send Senate Bill 1 to Gov. Bruce Rauner so that schools will have funding in place before the start of the school year, according to a press release.
Illinois’ economy will take decades to recover from the state’s current pension and workers’ compensation obligations, to say nothing of the debts continually being added because of a significant lack of reform, according to a blistering analysis from Chicago attorney Eugene Keefe.