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The town of Normal was first called North Bloomington, but was renamed in 1865 after the Illinois State Normal University that was located there. The Illinois State Normal University, an institution that trains teachers, later became a four-year university and has since been renamed Illinois State University. Normal is home to the original Steak and Shake restaurant, which was opened in 1934. Also, Normal is the only place in the United States that Mitsubishi has a car manufacturing facility.

Population: 52004
Local Newspapers: Normalite Pantagraph
Local Sports Teams: Illinois State Redbirds
Local Colleges: Illinois State University

Zip Codes associated with normal, illinois: 61761
Towns/Cities near normal, illinois : Bloomington Farmers City Towanda Lexington Lincoln Le Roy

Normal News
Election attention shifts to local McLean County 2019 races

With this fall's large-scale midterm election having come to pass, officials across McLean County are turning their attention toward spring and the consolidated election that will feature a number of local races. Although thoughts of spring might seem far off into the future, filing deadlines for next year's primary and regular election are fast approaching.

Jim Drew selected to fill vacant Board of Trustees seat

A former Heartland Community College Board of Trustees member has been selected to serve out the remainder of a seat that expires next year.

SGA discuss international student visibility, partnership with diversity advocacy

The Student Government Association met for their weekly meeting Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in the Prairie room at the Bone Student Center. Members came together to discuss happenings on campus and in Bloomington-Normal.

Rivian Teases Electric Pickup Ahead of L.A. Auto Show

In the teaser below, Rivian shows off a unique headlight design for the new full-size truck. We don't know much else about the vehicle at this point, but we do know it will be named R1T and feature an all-electric powertrain.

What is Butter Twice & Again?

For all students who are falling into a little bit of a fashion rut this season, the new vintage boutique in Uptown has plenty of fresh styles to spice up anyone's look. Butter Twice & Again, owned by Yvonne Wilson, is the newest vintage store front students have been waiting for.

Heartland Lincoln Center included in $4.6 Million NSF Grant with ISU, IWU

The National Science Foundation has awarded $4.6 million to a consortium comprised of Illinois Wesleyan University, Illinois State University and Heartland Community College to fund NexSTEM: A Community Assets Program that Fosters the Next Generation of STEM Leaders.

ISU alum to run for Normal Town Council

Studebaker is an Illinois State University alum and said he appreciates the great things about the town, like Constitution Trail and local art in Uptown. "I really believe we can do better here," Studebaker said in a Facebook post.

City Council votes to negotiate 1.75 acres for new fire station

Normal Town Council members voted unanimously Monday to move forward in developing new fire stations in Normal, a plan developed in 2013.a In addition to the station located on 606 S. Main St., a new station is intended to be built on 1.75 acres of land located at 1438 Hershey Road. This will be phase two of a five-year plan to reposition all fire stations in the town.a a The council meeting included some dispute from residents of the adjacent area, who took advantage of public comments to share concerns.a a All residents did agree that they were not well-informed of the decision, with one resident stating that the proposal was "thrown at us at the last minute."

Bp. Love: Canons Surpass B012

In an eight-page letter dated Nov. 10, the Bishop of Albany announced that "the trial rites authorized by Resolution B012 of the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church shall not be used anywhere in the Diocese of Albany by diocesan clergy , and Diocesan Canon 16 [ Marriage ] shall be fully complied with by all diocesan clergy and parishes." "I have agonized over this letter and how best to address B012 in the Diocese of Albany and the wider Church," Bishop William H. Love wrote.

Firms on the move: Marks Paneth makes it - personal' in rebrand

BlumShapiro to provide Thanksgiving Day meals for seventh year; AFWA announces 2018 Women Who Count Award winners; and more news from CPA offices across the country. The International Federation of Accountants, Sydney, elected Dr. In-Ki Joo of South Korea president for a two-year term through November 2020.

Lady Norsemen are state champs

The Newark Lady Norsemen pose on the floor at Redbird Arena after winning the IHSA Class 1A state championship Saturday morning. NORMAL - With state experience, a stuffed regular-season resume of opponents bested and a roster loaded with talent, the Newark Lady Norsemen went down to Redbird Arena as the favorites in the IHSA Class 1A Volleyball Finals.

Committed to Print

The Procession and Work of the Holy Spirit was released in book form in time for the annual meeting of the Anglican Oriental-Orthodox International Commission. The statement was signed in October 2017 after lengthy discussions by commission members.

Bloomington synagogue hosts Shabbat for Pittsburgh victims

A national campaign hit close to home as members of the Bloomington-Normal community gathered for a Solidarity Shabbat Friday night. The American Jewish Committee started the national campaign known as #ShowUpForShabbat that encourages Americans of all faiths to visit synagogues in their area as a symbol of love and support against anti-Semitism.

11/18 TLC Online

In this edition, Kirk Petersen reports on how Saint Thomas Fifth Avenue raised funds for a new organ and related construction: After more than a decade of planning, fundraising, and construction, a prominent New York City parish has introduced a pipe organ for the ages. More than 1,100 people packed the pews at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue for the Oct. 5 dedication recital of the new $11 million Miller-Scott organ.

Davis, Londrigan debate issues before elections

A sizable crowd packed the front half of the theater as the candidates expressed their views on various subjects of the election, including healthcare, technology, gun violence The debate included a set of moderators and timekeepers that kept the event on track throughout the night. Moderators included "I want to continue to be able to work with Mayor Koos on infrastructure," he said.

IL: U.S. Mass Transit Leader Touts Bus Spending at Bloomington Stop

Oct. 27--BLOOMINGTON -- Connect Transit is far from alone in needing to overhaul its bus fleet, the nation's top mass transit leader said Friday in Bloomington. "We estimate that a third of full-size buses will need to be replaced in just the near future," said K. Jane Williams, acting administrator for the Federal Transit Administration.

Plans for Provisional Bishop Hit Snag

Helen K. Spence, president of the Diocese of Virginia's standing committee, informs members of the diocese that no provisional bishop candidate has yet been found: The requirements for a previously consecrated, experienced bishop who would not reach age 72 before the end of the proposed term, and who would be willing to move to Virginia quickly for a term-limited position, made the pool of potential candidates a small one. Our hope was that we would be able to present a name to the Convention for election.

BallotReady helps prepare voters, voting resources on campus

ISU community members stand at the polling machine where they cast their vote in the 2018 Illinois Primary Elections on March 20 in Bone Student Center. ISU community members stand at the polling machine where they cast their vote in the 2018 Illinois Primary Elections on March 20 in Bone Student Center.

Students to trick or treat for a good cause

Illinois State University students will participare in Trick or Treat for Change to collect donations for McLean County's Habitat for Humanity chapter. Illinois State University students will participare in Trick or Treat for Change to collect donations for McLean County's Habitat for Humanity chapter.

More than $12M awarded to improve transit bus service in central Illinois

The money will allow for bus fleets to be modernized, services to be improved, and for safety enhancements for riders. Connect Transit runs 15 bus routes and a paratransit service in Bloomington and Normal.

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