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Wednesday, January 16, 2019
The City Of Greenville, Sunpin Solar and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Lunch and Learn about our proposed solar project
The 2019 Miss Tuscola Pageant will be held on Saturday, March 30th at the Tuscola High School gym.
These tickets are on sale now at City Hall and the Chamber Office.
2019 Boat Stickers have arrived.
With the predicted weather coming this weekend, we wanted to update you on a few things.
Want to try out that new device you got for Christmas?
Kids, come on in and make some Valentines with Rikki on February 8th at 3:30 pm.
Tickets for the 3rd Annual Olney Chocolate Tour go on sale Monday, January 7th.
Friday, January 4, 2019 marked the retirement of Insurance and Safety Coordinator Dan Bledsoe with the City of Effingham.
Michael Karibian of Midland States Bank and Jeffrey Speer - REMAX, joined the City's Economic Development Director
In accordance with the guidelines of the Illinois State Board of Elections' Rules and Regulations, a lottery was used to determine ballot order of simultaneous petitions filed for the April 2, 2019
We are pleased to announce that the City of Arcola now offers a new online tool and mobile app designed for you to monitor your water usage.
All public libraries now have access to ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy for FREE!
Sean Conner, Douglas County Coordinator for Toys for Tots, presented a plaque of appreciation to Mayor Kleiss in appreciation of the city’s cooperation of the Toys for Tots collections for 2018.
Due to high holiday volumes and high winds we did not have the recycle route completed yesterday.
The Olney Brush Dump Winter Hours will begin in January.
The City of Olney would like to remind citizens that the Olney City Hall will be closed Tuesday, January 1, in observance of New Year's Day.
Please use our conveniently located bill box located just west of our drive up window to drop off payments or pay your bill online.
Real Christmas Trees can be put out with your regular trash starting this week until Friday January 4th.
Before the council meeting, Monday December 10, family and friends gathered to celebrate a milestone in Mayor Kleiss's career.