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Water street will be closed at the intersection of State Street for road work starting Monday August 25th through October.
Saturday is move-in day for all Bradley students. That means drivers can expect traffic delays on University Avenue between I-74 and campus....
The city of Washington is again getting some financial help from the state as it recovers from last year’s devastating tornadoes. Governor Pat...
Amtrak is looking to start a pilot program next year that would bus residents from Peoria to the passenger rail service in Bloomington/Normal. The...
Caterpillar celebrates the production of its Seventy-five-thousandth wheel tractor-scraper built at its Decatur facility.
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