Peoria Public Radio Staff
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Caterpillar is reporting an increase in profit for the second quarter of this year, but lower sales and revenues.
Peoria is helping with the redevelopment of three properties as part of a project to create more housing for the city’s homeless. The Council...
A collaboration of environmental groups is calling on elected officials to demand Dynegy disclose its intentions for a local coal-fired power plant.
The Peoria City Council Tuesday night tabled the Louisville Slugger Sports Complex and its economic development components. The Sports Complex,...
Central Illinois communities are getting state funding for shovel ready construction projects. Governor Pat Quinn signed a more than one-billion...
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