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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.
Local Newspapers: Herald & Review
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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
How dangerous doctors escape despite data bank
How dangerous doctors escape despite data bank Blame Congress and medical boards for failing patients in this digital age: Our view Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2FKmL4V Tonya Brooks of Decatur, Ill., holds a photo of daughter Morgan, who was 2 months old when she died after an overdose of a laxative. While practicing medicine in Illinois, Jay Riseman was called an "imminent danger to the public" by a state medical board attorney and was placed on indefinite probation in 2002.Get Ahead of the Game with Little Kritters Soccer
March 13 - Children aged 3-4 will be able to learn soccer fundamental in the MidState Soccer Club's Little Kritters Soccer program. In this 5-week program, MidState coaches will help players learn soccer skills through fun activities and a special story book.Man arrested in Decatur shooting
DECATUR, Ill. A 35-year-old Decatur man was arrested on Wednesday night and is a suspect in the shooting of a man.Decatur Public Schools won't punish walkout students
While districts from Rhode Island to Texas are promising punishments up to suspensions for student walkouts, Decatur Public Schools are taking a different approach. "We don't foresee any students having repercussions for discipline," said assistant superintendent Michael Dugan.Hygiene kits created in joint community effort
Families at St. John's Lutheran Church in Decatur made hygiene kits on Sunday. The final kits will go to the Northeast Community Fund, which said it needed help in putting the goods together.Vendors gather for Decatur home show
Dozens of exhibitors gathered at the Decatur Civic Center over the weekend for the Metro Decatur Home Builders Association's annual Home, Lawn, and Garden Show. "We tried to encourage the exhibitors here to bring as many different products as they can down here to bring as many different products as they can down here to show people that might not have an opportunity to see that other than a show like this," said Alan Hupp, president of the Home Builders Association.Booths Available for Greater Decatur Chamber Business Expo
March 11 - There are less than 25 vendor booths available for the 2018 Chamber Business Expo on Thursday, May 3. This event is the largest and most anticipated business-to-business networking event and trade show for businesses in the Decatur area. You can showcase your business during the show by filling out the form on the Greater Decatur Chamber website.Blanket-makers worked to help children with trauma
People involved in "Project Linus" worked hard Saturday to make 600 blankets, all for children in Decatur who went through a traumatic event. Blankets are meant to be a source of comfort.Jewelry heist frustrates antique dealer
"We've got a lot of dealers, a lot of owners, and they put time and money into these cases," Williams said. Around 3:30 Thursday afternoon, Williams said two thieves walked into the antique mall and stole $14,000 worth of watches and rings from his corner.Man gets 3 years for role in woman's torture, beating
A Decatur man has been sentenced to three and a half years after pleading guilty to participating in the repeated beating and torture of a woman. 57-year-old Charles Hill admitted he helped another man, Demariel Cunningham, beat a woman as part of a torture ordeal that lasted hours and included her being raped.The Call is Out for 2018 Mural Project Submissions
March 9 - The Decatur Mural Project is putting a call out to all local talent to help with murals in 2018. The Mural Project is hoping to complete two mural projects for the year in the following locations; Artists may submit more than one design and submissions are due by April 27th.Girl Scouts Experience STEM at Ameren Illinois
March 8 - Decatur area Girl Scout troops visited Ameren Illinois in Decatur to celebrate International Women's Day for a fun-filled and education event revolving around STEM. Once the scouts met a few of the women that work at Ameren and learned why they love their jobs, the scouts got to watch Project Manager Elena Lin operate NaoBot, an interactive robot that can sing, dance, and talk.Police: Marijuana, cocaine found in house
Police stopped Gerardo Martinez, 29, in a traffic stop and took him to his Forsyth home, located at 802 Steven's Creek Lane. Detectives from Macon County and Decatur law enforcement then executed a search warrant at that address, where they say they found marijuana, cocaine and cash in that search.CASA annual playhouse raffle
This the 16th year the organization has built the playhouses. Director of Development Julia Livingston says the raffle is something everyone in the community looks forward to.Spherion Staffing Christens their New Facility
March 8 - The Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce helped Spherion Staffing celebrate their new office building, located at 1358 N. Oakland Ave, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house Wednesday evening. Kelly Bacuita, Spherion Branch Manager, said they provide staffing services for everything from temporary to permanent positions.Illinois schools see teacher shortage
Seventy-eight percent of district superintendents surveyed believe they have some degree of problem with teacher shortages, according to a report by the Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools. The problem appears most pronounced for bilingual and foreign language teachers as well as school psychologists, according to the report.Maroa welcomes Craft Beer and Gaming Lounge
Owner Justin Ford opened the new business on West Main Street in December building on his other business in Illiopolis a wine and gaming lounge call the Four Queens. Ford says, "Almost something that you would see when you go to wine country in Southern Illinois because we are always gonna have different beers different breweries want you to be surprised every time you come in on what we have on tap."Grand Marshalls Announced for the Annual St Patrick's Day Parade
March 7 - The Grand Marshalls for this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade Saturday, March 17th in Downtown Decatur have been announced. Millikin University President Dr. Patrick White and his wife Chris will lead the parade celebrating all things Irish.Decatur man accused of raping a woman after taking her home from the bar
A Decatur man is accused of raping a woman who went home with him from the bar. Decatur police arrested Marvin Smith, 54. He's accused of aggravated criminal sexual assault of a 30-year-old female.Salvation Army Thanks Volunteers During 2018 Luncheon
March 6 - The Salvation Army of Decatur recognized their volunteers' hard work over the past year with the 2018 Volunteer Appreciation Lunch Tuesday afternoon. The event was special according to Major Wes Dalberg, Corps Officer of the Decatur Salvation Army.
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