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Several Memorial Day events are planned this weekend to honor past and present soldiers. The American Legion Post Two conducts services Sunday
The District 150 School Board will consider a contract next Tuesday with the district’s police union. Members of the Police Benevolent Protective
The Peoria County State’s Attorney says the county remains committed to keeping the American Mausoleum operating properly. The state’s attorney’s
The Steamboat Classic turns 40 this year. The city’s largest solely running, walking and jogging event is expected to have more than 4,000 people
More than 100 people marched in downtown Peoria as part of a bid to win an All-America City Award. The Young Professionals Organization of Greater
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2013 is the centennial of Stravinsky’s legendary ballet “The Rite of Spring.” "The Rite of Spring – The 100 Year Shock-Wave.” airs May 30th at 8pm on WCBU2.
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