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ISU Reports COVID-19 Case Tied To Residence Hall

An Illinois State University student in a residence hall has tested positive for COVID-19, a university spokesperson said Tuesday.

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For almost four months, the silver screen at the Normal Theater has remained dark. The seats  have been  empty. And that enticing scent of popcorn has been conspicuously absent. 

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Works of art that once were part of private collections can now be enjoyed by the entire community at a new exhibition at the McLean County Arts Center in downtown Bloomington. 

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Live theater has returned to the Twin Cities in a new project that guarantees audiences needn’t venture any further out than their own front porch.  

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A two-year rehabilitation of Western Avenue has taken a step forward with construction set to begin as soon as next spring.

Unit 5 wants students back into its buildings by mid-October. But in the meantime staff are training for a district-wide remote learning scenario that’s very different from last spring, Unit 5 Superintendent Kristen Weikle said Tuesday.

The district sent an email Tuesday to Unit 5 families directing them to its 2020-2021 remote-learning plan.

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A former grocery store on Knoxville Avenue has been transformed into a new medical facility that will start welcoming patients later this month.

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The lead defendant in the Coliseum fraud case will not be going on trial this week after all.

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Bone Student Center
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An Illinois State University student in a residence hall has tested positive for COVID-19, a university spokesperson said Tuesday.

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's plans to shake up the agency are gathering opposition from some of its workers.

The U.S. Postal Service has had financial problems for years. It lost $9 billion last year. It's not supported by tax dollars; it's funded by postage and services.

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