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.
Families will have the chance to enjoy nature while marveling at the universe, courtesy of Marshall Public Library’s “Solar System Walk” April 11-29, which will include hands-on activities along a specially designated route down Archer Avenue.
Reggie Phillips, state representative for District 110, had hoped to keep working to solve the enormous problems facing the state of Illinois, but a motion made by State Rep. Tom Demmer (R-Dixon) last week to avoid a scheduled month-long recess was quickly dismissed by Democratic leadership.
The Coles County Genealogy Society invites area residents interested in uncovering their family history to an introductory genealogy workshop from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 20, at Charleston Carnegie Public Library, 712 Sixth St.
Illinois employers can take advantage of an online seminar event covering legal aspects of pregnancy discrimination from 10:30 a.m. to noon tomorrow, March 10, sponsored by Chicago-area law firm SmithAmundsen LLC.