There was a period, early on in the pandemic, when any self-respecting sports fan began to go stir crazy.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is in the midst of the most challenging, most exciting time in its history. Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit this spring, IDOT has kept its focus on keeping the state's infrastructure in good, safe condition.
My name is Angel Smith, and I am running for state representative in IL-94, which includes my hometown of Quincy. I served 12 years active duty in the Navy enlisted as a Russian translator with a Top Secret clearance.
To The Herald-Whig: My wife attended the Paloma Elementary School in Eastern Adams County from 1953 to 1955. My wife's maiden name was Nancy Sanders. She is a retired special education teacher who graduated from Payson Seymour High School and Northeast
Just when we thought 2020 could not possibly get any stranger. Brach's candy company, which is headquartered in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., has released a new bag of its familiar candy corn called -- I hope you are sitting down while reading this -- the "Turkey
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman began his recent column by writing, "I worry about Joe Biden debating Donald Trump. He should do it only under two conditions. Otherwise, he's giving Trump unfair advantages."
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