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About: springfield, illinois

Springfield is 90 miles NE of the Greater St. Louis area. The most famous past resident is Abraham Lincoln, who lived in Springfield itself from 1837 until he went to the White House in 1861. Major tourist attractions include a multitude of historic sites connected with Lincoln. In 1908 a large race riot erupted in the city which culminated in the lynching of two African American residents and led to the founding of the NAACP.

Population: 116909
Local Newspapers: State Journal-Register
Local Sports Teams: Springfield Junior Blues (NAHL)
Local Colleges: University of Illinois Springfield Robert Morris University (Illinois)

Zip Codes associated with springfield, illinois: 62701 62702 62703 62704 62707 62711 62712
Towns/Cities near springfield, illinois : Southern View Clear Lake Grandview Lincoln Park Riverton Jerome Leland Grove Sherman Spaulding Curran Chatham Rochester New Berlin

Springfield News
Gates $ brings hope to Siu Som

Bill Gates and his money have put Alzheimer's disease into the news. Researchers at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield hope it helps.

4 global religion Jefferson took a blade to his Bible: Presidents,...

By the time he was elected the nation's third president in 1801, the Founding Father had become a champion of separation of church and state. His Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, a precursor to First Amendment safeguards on religious freedom in the Constitution, passed the state's general assembly in January 1786.

Intraparty challenge for Rauner

Voters will have a choice in the governor's race in 2018, even those who ask for a Republican ballot in the March 20 primary. State Rep. Jeanne Ives , a West Point alumna and a third-term lawmaker from DuPage County, says she is disenchanted with incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner.

As Illinois roads crumble, gas tax revenue to fix them keeps declining

As roads and bridges in Illinois crumble, so too does the primary source of revenue the state relies on to fix them -- the gas tax. Illinois adds 19 cents to the pump price of each gallon of gas to underwrite road work, a fee that hasn't changed in 27 years while inflation has cut the purchasing power by half.

Rauner Changes Tone as He Signs New Harassment Bill

Governor Rauner signed a new sexual harassment bill into law today as questions swirl about allegations of misconduct among staffers within his own office. Political reporter Mary Ann Ahern has the latest.

Watch NBC's Sheinelle Jones speak live at City Club about changing media landscape

NBC's Sheinelle Jones, a news anchor and journalist with NBC, will share her experience as a reporter in a changing media landscape. Jones, who co-anchors NBC News Weekend TODAY, joined the network in 2004.

Cities In 2 Troubled States Compared, Springfield, IL And Waterbury, CT

Creditworthiness cannot generally be considered investment grade when annual debt service, mandatory OPEB, and employer pension contributions exceed 30% of general fund revenue. Unfunded contractual obligations have increased geometrically causing an increase in municipal bond credit risk.

Central Illinois bike trail extension set to open Thursday

A central Illinois bike trail is being extended by six miles, doubling the length of the route in and around Springfield. The first stretch of the trail ran from Centennial Park to Stuart Park.

Illinois to Splurge on Christmas Lights, Despite Mounting Debt to Utility Company

While the holidays are around the corner, Illinois' spending habits serve as a reminder not to get too far ahead of Black Friday just yet.

New shoes for Enos kids

If you have kids, you've said it - they need new shoes again?!? And in Springfield, some underprivileged children are getting new ones, thanks to their neighbors at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. "That's one of the things that keeps you sane: getting involved in the community," Goldstein said.

IDNR warns landowners to check the value of their trees

SPRINGFIELD Illinois forest landowners stand to be paid record-high prices for their mature forest trees and logs on farm and forest holdings, thanks to outstanding market prices for hardwood logs and lumber. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources Division of Forest Resources is urging forest landowners to consult with a professional forester before agreeing to sell.

Council could green-light traffic signal override

It sounds like a driver's fantasy: a button in your car that you can press to would turn all the traffic signals green. It could come true for Springfield firefighters on calls in the southwest part of town, as chief Barry Helmerichs pushed a $105,000 system he wants the city to buy.

Jeanne Ives: I have record of standing up to the system

Illinoisans deserve an option. The state's economy is languishing. Our municipalities and schools are burdened with massive debts.

Gov. Rauner commends Student Laureates honored by The Lincoln Academy

Outstanding students representing Illinois' colleges and universities were honored today by the Lincoln Academy of Illinois during the annual Student Laureate Convocation at the Old State Capitol in Springfield. "President Lincoln's legacy is a reminder of the power of public service and civic engagement," Gov. Bruce Rauner said.

Illinois educators report shortage of teachers, applicants

School officials across Illinois are reporting more difficulty in finding qualified teachers and applicants to fill teaching jobs, with some districts canceling classes because of the problem. An Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools survey showed 75 percent of school districts had fewer qualified candidates than in previous years, according to The State Journal-Register .

Gov. Rauner kicks off campaign tour

Governor Rauner will be on a tour across Illinois this week discussing his agenda. He will be visiting businesses across the state focusing on the next steps our state needs to overcome the corrupt system in Springfield and enact real reform that gives power back to the people.

Helen K. Welsh

Helen K. Welsh, 101 of Taylorville passed away on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 7:45 p.m. at her residence in Taylorville. She was born on May 6, 1916 in Springfield, IL the daughter of Thomas and Victoria Kwedar.

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