The pandemic forced many couples to cancel or postpone their wedding days. Wedding season is ramping back up as safety guidelines ease and couples get tired of waiting. Ceremonies still might look different than they did before, but those walking down the aisle are okay with that.
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Next month, Lisa Paul will go down in Normal history as the town’s first female garbage truck driver.
Central Illinois County Clerks Raise Concerns Over Housing Grants As Legislature Considers Fee IncreaseA group of 10 Central Illinois county clerks say they're against a proposal to raise a fee that funds housing authority grants because of discrepancies in data reporting and unequal distribution of grants across the state.
McLean County health officials on Monday reported 91 new confirmed or probable COVID-19 cases, as the county’s testing positivity rate dips to its lowest level since mid-March.
Illinois State University has officially opened the renovated Bone Student Center — what it calls the new front door of campus.
The McLean County Health Department reported Friday that three more people have died from COVID-19 complications.
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