A Ronald Reagan bobblehead and paper doll books of Ronald and Nancy Reagan are among items in the new museum display.
The Mattoon school board held its post-election reorganization meeting Tuesday night and approved an expansion in summer school programs.
Eleven more Coles County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, it was announced on Thursday.
The jury returned a not guilty verdict against Jesse A. Baird, who never denied beating the other man after finding him fondling himself in fr…
A news release from the Charleston Fire Department said the Insurance Service Office rated the department as “an exemplary fire suppression program.”
A prosecutor said she had no choice but to seek dismissal of a sexual assault case after a woman's recantation.
The National Archery in the Schools Program Virtual National Tournament will be held in late April and early May.
Angela Faith Brown, 42, of Philo, was accused of meeting two people in Ashmore on June 23, 2019, to conduct the drug transaction.
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Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Thursday released the following statement after the release of video showing the fatal shooting of Adam Toledo, 13, by C…
The court’s decision means that an exonerated person who seeks a certificate of innocence does not have to prove their innocence in “every con…
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Cody D. Cordes, 28, was sentenced to prison on a conspiracy charge that accused him of agreeing with another man to obtain guns and travel to …
Registration is available for first-dose COVID-19 vaccinations on Wednesday, April 21, at Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center.
An investigation by Charleston police began with a woman’s report that the man hit her with a large speaker and choked her.
The board voted Tuesday to purchase the building at 121 S. 17th St. for $300,000 and will cover the purchase and renovation costs with proceed…