Alton's leaf vacuum will be in operation in the city's aldermanic wards beginning Monday, Nov. 29, with Ward 7. You are asked to rake your leaves to the edge of your property, not into the street or gutter.
It won’t be long, and we’ll see outdoor temperatures dropping well below freezing. And that could cause problems in your home… including water damage from frozen and burst pipes.
Lewis and Clark Community College launched “Blendflex” courses earlier this year, and are expanding the number of courses offered with the option.
State Representative Katie Stuart says she’s working in Springfield on behalf of military veterans. Her priorities to help them include: more employment opportunities, increased education benefits, and expanding access to mental health services.
A group of mostly students gathered at the Macoupin County Courthouse and Southwestern High School earlier this week in support of a student who was attacked at the school in early October.
Illinoisans live in the least tax-friendly state, something that compounds the impacts of record-high inflation. Illinois Republicans are calling for immediate relief.
Santa Claus, the Grinch, and a menagerie of Christmas critters kicked off the holiday season Saturday on Ferguson Avenue at the inaugural Downtown Wood River Christmas.
The Illinois Office of Tourism has released the annual Illinois Made Holiday Gift Guide featuring 20 small businesses around the state and their one-of-a-kind products, and there are two on the list from the Metro East.
Some drivers can expect to pay more for Thanksgiving travel. Others hitting the road in electric vehicles may have to plan on where to charge up.
Several downstate Illinois lawmakers are blasting Gov. J.B. Pritzker for his comments following the Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty verdicts.