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About: decatur, illinois

The city, sometimes called "the Soybean Capital of the World, " was founded in 1823 and is located along the Sangamon River and Lake Decatur in Central Illinois. Decatur was the first home in Illinois of Abraham Lincoln, who settled just west of Decatur with his family in 1830. Lincoln gave his first political speech in Decatur about the importance of Sangamon River navigation that caught the attention of Illinois political leaders.

Population: 81500
Local Newspapers: Herald & Review
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Millikin University Richland Community College

Zip Codes associated with decatur, illinois: 62521 62522 62526 62535
Towns/Cities near decatur, illinois : Mt Zion Forsyth Monticello Macon Moweaqua

Decatur News
Metro Decatur Black Chamber announces April 4 endorsements

March 24 - The Metro Decatur Black Chamber of Commerce is announcing candidate endorsements for Decatur Mayor, Decatur City Council, and the Decatur Public Schools District 61. Metro Decatur Black Chamber President Wole Adeoye made the announcement today at the Decatur Civic Center. For Mayor of Decatur, the Chamber is endorsing Julie Moore Wolfe.

2017 Corks & Forks tickets on sale

The annual event brings together several local restaurants and beverage distributors for a night of wine and food tasting. It's held at the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel and about 600-700 people attend each year.

Decatur insurance agent pleads guilty to fraud

A Decatur man who worked as an independent insurance agent plead guilty Thursday to charges that he defrauded his clients of more than $250,000 from February 2011 to July 2016. James P. Smith, 60, acted as an independent agent at the Prairie State Insurance Agency in Decatur.

Decatur movie theater changes

The full rebranding consists of AMC Classic branding throughout the theatre and will soon include new AMC signage on the exterior.

Meda Pharmaceuticals to close in Decatur

Mylan, the parent company of Meda Pharmaceuticals, announced they are closing the Decatur facility in order to optimize and maximize it's assets. The company tells WAND News, the operation will continue at the site for several months and staffing reductions will take place in phases.

Crossing, Central IL Food Bank provide fresh food to hundreds

March 23 - Decatur residents will be eating well for the next few weeks after grabbing some fresh food at Crossing Healthcare Wednesday. It was Crossing and the Central Illinois Food Bank's second food distribution event.

IDOC nurses react to layoffs

Springfield- 124 nurses at the Illinois Department of Corrections are shocked after receiving a letter notifying them that they will be losing their jobs come June 15th. "When I heard we were going to be laid off June 15th, honestly, I started crying.

Lawmakers introduce bills calling for marijuana legalization, taxation

Two Illinois lawmakers have introduced legislation that would legalize marijuana in limited amounts, and allow its sale in licensed businesses. Under Senate Bill 316, sponsored by Senate Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Heather Steans , and House Bill 2353, sponsored by State Representative Kelly Cassidy , adults ages 21 and over would be allowed to possess, grow, and purchase limited amounts of marijuana.

Former MacArthur star John Cliff talks 1997 NCAA Tournament, how Decatur shaped him

John Cliff played in 30 games as a true freshman and 118 over his four-year career at Marquette. He attributes his college readiness to playing against older players in Decatur.

Salvation Army honors volunteers, media partners

March 21 - The Salvation Army of Decatur is honoring people who work behind the scenes to make their holiday campaign a success. The SA hosts a Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon each year to honor volunteers and media partners that have dedicated time to help the SA.

Man reportedly gets in crash, hides 3 large bags of marijuana in CVS

DECATUR A man is in custody after Decatur police say he got in a crash then abandoned the car momentarily to hide bags of marijuana in the bathroom of a nearby CVS. It happened on Saturday, March 18, at U.S. Route 36 west and West Eldorado Street at around 2 p.m. A Decatur officer reported in Macon County sworn statements that he approached 36-year-old Akaninyene Okoh at the intersection after Okoh was involved in a crash.

Decatur Auxiliary Officer retiring after 28 years

March 21 - Decatur Police Auxiliary Captain Rodney Gant is retiring after 28 years of voluntary service for the City of Decatur. Captain Gant has dedicated his time free of charge to serve on the Auxiliary force.

Decatur council candidate calls for firing of City Manager

March 21 - Decatur City Council candidate Andrew Apel is calling for an investigation of City Manager Tim Gleason and a vote on his termination. Apel is one of six candidates running for three open seats on the city council.

U-Haul seeks reconsideration on Northgate Mall rezoning

March 21 - U-Haul is asking the Decatur City Council to reconsider a zoning decision that would allow them to develop at the Northgate Mall location. In a letter handed out to the media and council by Decatur Mayoral candidate John Phillips, U-Haul of Illinois president Aaron Freeman asks the council to let the moving and storage company redevelop Northgate Mall.

Lincoln Theatre starts campaign to repair leaky roof

March 21 - Plans are underway to fix up the historic Lincoln Square Theatre downtown Decatur and the first step is to fix a leaky roof. The Theatre's board of directors has launched a fundraising campaign for addressing some needed maintenance and repairs to the theatre.

Change Of Seasons: Winter To Construction Season

Decatur Winter ended Sunday and the next season in Illinois is construction season. The city of Decatur has resources available even though many communities are struggling to come up with cash to fix streets and roadways.

Red Cross encouraging blood donations throughout April

The American Red Cross is encouraging central Illinois residents to make potentially lifesaving blood donations during the month of April. Red Cross officials say volunteer donors of all blood types are needed this spring, and that the donations can make a big impact on the lives of patients.

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