A major waterline project headlined Casey City Council’s meeting agenda on Monday, March 21, with ongoing construction work, committee reports, financial updates and real estate transactions also on the schedule for discussion.
To ward off influenza, the Sarah Bush Lincoln group of health care facilities has elected to impose temporary restrictions on visitors based on age and health factors, based on the Centers for Disease Control’s advice.
In the March 15 Illinois House Republican primary for District 110 incumbent, Rep. Reggie Phillips held on to his seat by beating opponent Jonathan Kaye. A total of 18,337 votes were cast in District 110. Phillips claimed a total of 10,920 votes, while Kaye received 7,417 votes.
In the March 15 Illinois House Republican primary for District 102, Randy Peterson and James Acklin lost to Brad Halbrook. A total of 21,462 votes were cast. Halbrook claimed 9,354 votes, while Acklin and Peterson received 8,162 and 3,946 votes, respectively.
To discuss its tentative fiscal year 2017 budget along with five-year financial projections, the finance committee of Arcola Community Unit School District #306 met on March 7 at 351 W. Washington St., Arcola.
EIU President David Glassman recently testified before the Illinois state legislature in Springfield regarding his institution’s fiscal status, along with his perceived implications of the current budget stalemate on the future of the university.
A trio of proclamations primarily recognizing Vietnam veterans — as well as a presentation commemorating the designations — will be on the table when Charleston City Council convenes at 6:30 p.m. today, March 15, at 520 Jackson Ave.
Brad Halbrook, Jim Acklin and Randy Peterson, who are running for the Illinois House of Representatives in the 102nd District, stated their position on whether or not they would support a fee to access public records through the Freedom Of Information Act during a recent Meet the Candidates forum in Paris, Illinois.
To develop a standard bereavement policy for all library personnel, St. Joseph Township-Swearingen Memorial Library’s policy and planning committee met Jan. 21 at 201 N. Third St. in St. Joseph Township.