The City has unveiled a piece of Springfield, and Abraham Lincoln, history. Friday marked the first public viewing of what is labeled Interment Book Number One at Oak Ridge
The City of Springfield is continuing its aggressive pushback against a lawsuit that is trying to have the city’s coal contract overturned.
The chairman of the Sangamon County Board remains confident that the city of Springfield will join the county in a new economic development initiative… even though the city has
The City of Springfield announced Thursday that Ash Street, from the east of 6th Street to the west of 10th Street, will be closed beginning Monday, November 6 for
A Springfield alderman wants more answers about a possible deal between the city and the developers of a planned natural gas power plant near Pawnee.
With temperatures climbing into the mid-90s over the next several days, the City of Springfield has designated more than 15 locations as cooling centers to allow people to come
The city of Springfield is looking for proposals on what to do with the North Mansion Block… but a Springfield alderman is questioning City Hall’s approach.
The City of Springfield is putting plans in place to haul away your real Christmas tree after the holidays. City residents should have their tree out by curbside no
The City of Springfield is continuing its review of how the Enos Park Neighborhood Association is using city tax dollars.
Pension worries aren’t just taking a toll on the State of Illinois. The City of Springfield is also seeing its bond rating lowered because of unfunded pension liabilities.