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Peoria’s Quest Charter academy is celebrating its transition away from a private management company to being a stand alone operation. Doctor Nicole...
The Peoria City Council spent six hours discussing long-term policy priorities Thursday. One goal is to help develop business corridors, including...
State and local police are out in force for the traditional kick-off of summer. An estimated 33-million motorist will take to the nation's roadways...
The new University of Illinois President stopped in Peoria Thursday to tour the College of Medicine campus. The visit comes as the campus looks to...
The historic Peoria home at the corner of Monroe and Spaulding has been razed after a morning fire. Peoria Fire Department Division Chief Ed Olehy...
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