And so, the race to be the next Democratic presidential candidate has begun. The field now has 20+ candidates and more will probably emerge long before the election is held in late 2020. Let's look at some of the field and potential running mates.
This letter is in support of a thoroughly professional, dedicated and selfless public servant who has devoted 21 years to nurturing and developing an essential facet of public safety in the Quincy/Adams County 911 system.
Everyone deserves to have a safe place to live and I feel safe after living in Quincy for seven years now. I thank God for our U.S. military that has and does keep us free, and our local police, firefighters and other first responders.
The last time Illinois increased taxes on cigarettes, retailers near the border saw a 35% decrease in sales overnight. Yet, lawmakers are considering another increase that would have dire consequences for retailers and communities.
Why is the City Council wasting time and effort on a request for special zoning at 2032-34 Broadway when the same request was previously denied? The city spent taxpayer money for a study of the Broadway corridor and zoned this area residential.
To The Herald-Whig: The front page article in the May 6, Herald-Whig speaks of two bills pending in the Illinois General Assembly. They would either pause or permanently eliminate the basic skills test for new teachers.