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Dozens of Peoria residents voiced concerns Tuesday about a proposed apartment complex along the Illinois River.
The special primary election to fill a vacancy in the 18th Congressional District is tentatively set for June 8th. Aaron Schock officially...
The insurance firm RLI Corp. has announced a $15 million addition to its headquarters in Peoria.
Bradley University officially dedicated the Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication Tuesday. The long time sportscaster is entering his 11th...
Illinois school districts have been working to update policies after a new state law on cyberbullying took effect in January.
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