Convening on Feb. 1 at 114 Locust St., Arcola City Council members approved several batches of meeting minutes and reports before proceeding to accept requests and recommendations for zoning changes and permits.
Thanking the student body for its spirited support during difficult recent days, Eastern Illinois University (EIU) President David Glassman recently penned a clear, well-organized email to dispel rumors and anxiety about potential impacts on the university’s fiscal health.
Jonathan Kaye, a Republican candidate challenging State Rep. Reggie Phillips (R-Charleston) in the 110th District primary race, has come under scrutiny in a recent television ad regarding his 1999 arrest for home invasion.
The Walldogs, a cadre of artists, will soon descend on Marshall as the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the International Mural Painting Event from June 22 to 26, complete with entertainment, crafts vendors, food and family fun.
From cryptography to capstones, Eastern Illinois University's (EIU) Council on Graduate Studies met Feb. 2 in Blair Hall at EIU's Charleston campus to authorize curriculum changes and approve a variety of new courses.
An audience of hundreds attended Community Unit School District No. 1’s meeting on Jan. 20, as the district's board of education assessed the Illinois budget impasse’s impact on the district’s immediate fiscal needs.
Eastern Illinois University’s (EIU) Academy of Lifelong Learning will host a presentation on March 11 detailing the experiences of one of the first women to serve in World War II as a member of the Women’s Army Corps (WACs).
As part of “Charting Our Course,” Charleston Community Unit School District (CUSD) 1's long-term fiscal strategy, the Community Unit School District met on Feb. 17 to consider the district’s financial options.