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Peoria is the largest city on the Illinois River, and has become famous as a representation of the average American city because of its demographics and its perceived mainstream Midwestern culture. On the Vaudeville circuit, it was said that if an act would succeed in Peoria, it would work anywhere. The question "Will it play in Peoria? " has now become a metaphor for whether something appeals to the American mainstream public.
Local Newspapers: Peoria Journal Star
Local Sports Teams: Peoria Rivermen (AHL Hockey) Peoria Chiefs (Class A minor baseball league)
Local Colleges: Bradley University
Zip Codes associated with peoria, illinois:
61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61610 61614 61615
Towns/Cities near peoria, illinois : Creve Coeur Pekin Bartonville Washington Bellevue Norwood
In the Classroom - Illinois Central College
The following local students graduated from Illinois Central College in East Peoria during the summer and fall semesters of 2017: Kourtney Gaspardo, of Minonk, Associate in Science, and Lita Davis, of Streator, Associate in Science. Humm.Through the Looking Glass
An ice cream van driver hit a rival ice cream guy with a shovel after the rival pulled into his usual selling spot in South Close, England. Police arrested a convicted felon who was living in a vacant store in Orland Park, Ill., with two loaded pistols, 100 rounds of ammunition and a bobcat.2 soldiers die in Washington state boating incident
Joint Base Lewis-McChord says two soldiers died in what the base described as a boating incident south of Tacoma, Washington. The base identified the soldiers as 21-year-old Pvt.Caterpillar's latest restructuring move could cut 880 jobs
FILE PHOTO: A Caterpillar corporate logo is pictured on a building in Peoria, Illinois, U.S., March 19, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/File Photo The plant closures, which were announced internally over the past two months, were confirmed to Reuters by a company spokeswoman on Friday.14 Things You Didn't Know About Subway
No matter where you go, it always seems like a Subway isn't far away, beckoning you with its unique and semi-bizarre smell, its seasonal offerings , and its guarantee that whatever you order will taste exactly the same as it did the last time you ordered it, whether it was in Mexico City; Braga, Portugal; or Peoria, Ill. And while we might think that we've learned all there is to know about the world's most ubiquitous fast-food chain, there are many things you'd be surprised to learn about the company.Band Of Horses Announces 2018 Summer Tour
Band of Horses will embark on a U.S. tour this summer. The band has announced a series of dates that spans July 28th through August 18th.Tri-County disaster plan update to be topic of Wednesday meeting
A public meeting set for Wednesday in East Peoria is part of a Tri-County effort to update a plan to prepare for disasters such as tornadoes, floods and droughts. Fourteen jurisdictions throughout Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford counties are taking part in the planning process: They are Bartonville, Chillicothe, East Peoria, Eureka, Germantown Hills, Hanna City, Morton, Pekin, Peoria, Peoria Heights, Tremont, Washington, Tazewell County and Woodford County, according to a news release from the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission.Central Illinois roadway named for fallen Navy SEAL
A roadway in the central Illinois city of Chillicothe has been named in honor of a Navy SEAL killed in action last year. The Journal Star reports that state lawmakers this week officially designated Illinois Route 29 as the Senior Chief Petty Officer William "Ryan" Owens Memorial Highway.Pekin City Hall evacuated, bomb detonated
The building containing Pekin's City Hall and Police Department headquarters was evacuated for two hours late Thursday morning after a pipe bomb was found in a safe confiscated from a man arrested the night before. The device was detonated at about noon by members of the Peoria Police Department's Bomb Squad, sending a shotgun-like blast reverberating through the downtown area.Illinois Man Rams Car into Airport to Flee Zombies
Summary : An Illinois man rammed the Peoria airport terminal and boarded an empty plane because the zombie apocalypse was coming. An Illinois man rammed his car into an airport, boarded an empty plane, and then tried to steal a sheriff deputy's squad car because he believed the zombie apocalypse was coming.Prosecutor: Peorian was running from zombies when he rammed airport terminal
PEORIA - A man who allegedly tried to ram a car into the Peoria airport's terminal, then boarded an empty plane and then tried to steal a county deputy's squad car said he was worried about an impending zombie apocalypse.Impact of Novel LDL-C Assessment on the Utility of Secondary...
Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, Baltimore, MD & Department of Preventive Cardiology, CGH Medical Center, Sterling, IL and University of Illinois College of Medicine, Peoria, IL Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, Baltimore, MD & Welch Center, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD Background -Selected dyslipidemia guidelines recommend non-high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol and apolipoprotein B as secondary targets to the primary target of low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol .Beautiful Little Ladybug Drinking Water
M*A*S*H 1977-1983 Major Charles Emerson Winchester III, has passed. "David Ogden Stiers was born in Peoria, Illinois, and moved with his family to Eugene, Oregon, Day late with the book report.David Ogden Stiers, - M*A*S*H,' 'Lilo & Stitch' actor, has died
David Ogden Stiers, known for his role as Major Charles Winchester on "M*A*S*H" has died. He was 75. Stiers was born in Peoria, Illinois in 1942.U.S. to Impose Steep Aluminum and Steel Tariffs
The controversial plan to place 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and ten percent on aluminum is drawing protests from metal fabricators at home and abroad. The U.S. government unveiled controversial plans on Thursday to place 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and ten percent on aluminum as another step to revive domestic manufacturing.from the History Room at the Pekin Public Library: Founding of Tazewell County
After Illinois achieved statehood, new settlers poured into central Illinois throughout the 1820s, making new homes for themselves in and around Fort Clark or clearing land for farms along the eastern shores and bluffs of Peoria Lake and the Mackinaw River basin. Those were the years that saw the arrival of Tazewell County pioneers William Blanchard, Nathan Dillon and William Holland.How Otto D'Agnolo Learned to Let Songs Write Themselves
In Pound For The Sound, Phoenix New Times gets technical with local musicians about what gear they use to create their signature style. Otto D'Agnolo, best known in the local scene as " Otto D ," has a rich history in both making and producing music.'It's funny:' Calgary councillors listed as journalists on Chicago news site
Coun. Sean Chu thought it was funny when he was sent a link to the Post's staff page, with the name Dean Weaver under his photo. A short biography says Weaver was born in Peoria, Ill., cut his teeth in Buffalo and Pittsburgh and conducted several special investigations.a Ita s funny:a Calgary councillors listed as journalists on Chicago news site
Coun. Sean Chu thought it was funny when he was sent a link to the Post's staff page, with the name Dean Weaver under his photo. A short biography says Weaver was born in Peoria, Ill., cut his teeth in Buffalo and Pittsburgh and conducted several special investigations.'It's funny:' Calgary councillors listed as journalists on Chicago news site
Coun. Sean Chu thought it was funny when he was sent a link to the Post's staff page, with the name Dean Weaver under his photo. A short biography says Weaver was born in Peoria, Ill., cut his teeth in Buffalo and Pittsburgh and conducted several special investigations.
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