With the start of Black History Month, the Illinois Department of Human Rights is urging communities around the state to make a commitment to principles of fairness, equality and
Another major retailer is closing stores around the country… but Springfield is dodging this latest bullet. Toys R Us says it will close more than 180 stores around the
It’s another one of those online rankings… this one measuring 220 Illinois communities to see which are the best places for families.
Springfield has joined communities around the state in hoisting a new Bicentennial flag to mark Illinois’s upcoming 200th birthday.
Springfield is one of the cities trying to change a fee imposed on local governments in last summer’s state budget agreement.
The City of Springfield is on hold with Comcast… waiting to see if the two sides can come to terms on the franchise fees the cable giant pays the
Springfield’s free leaf and yard waste collection begins Monday.
A new study finds that local economic development have been a lot of talk… and very little action… for decades, and says that has to change.
The City of Springfield is trying a new procedure for the next household hazardous chemicals dropoff.
Springfield Trying to Fill In Blanks of African-American Families in Springfield in late 19th and Early 20th Century
In a city rich with history, some parts of that history remain largely untold. Now Springfield is trying to fill in some of the blanks on the experiences of