George Rogers Clark was an important military leader in the Revolutionary War and is commemorated with an impressive statue in Quincy's Riverview Park.
There is a kind of judgment upon evil that is built into the very heart of the universe. Does a criminal ever do evil and get away with it? At times it would seem so. Does a person ever cheat and go away scot free? We would be inclined to believe so. Can
Four members of the Lutheran Church of St. John congregation recently journeyed to California to feed the homeless and to help decorate floats for the Tournament of Roses Parade through Lutheran Hour Ministries' Petal Pushers program.
Flu is blanketing the US, but officials think it may decline soon
Milwaukee's health commissioner has resigned after his department failed to follow up and provide services to families of children who tested positive for lead
A bipartisan bill that could speed construction of one or more new buildings at the Illinois Veterans Home is being sponsored in the General Assembly. "We're ready to act," said Rep. David McSweeney, R-Barrington Hills. "We need a new, state-of-the-art facility."
Alaska health officials are warning that serious health issues could crop up as the state warms
After two years of reductions, the Mississippi State Department of Health is requesting a modest budget increase for the coming year
Seven Mediterranean countries are encouraging citizens to have their say on the European Union's future in coming months
Diet Coke gets a new look and new flavors like mango and ginger lime to try to invigorate slumping sales