GLT's Top Stories: Week Of March 26-30, 2018
Here are some of top stories we covered this week (March 26-30, 2018) on GLT and WGLT.org.
Hidden Cameras Discovered
Police spokesperson Elias Mendiola said Thursday that several hidden cameras were recently found in Aaron Parlier’s apartment where he taught piano lessons. Parlier was charged Wednesday with 25 new counts, including 14 counts of child pornography, alleging he filmed himself with his teenage victims.
Read the story: Police: Hidden Cameras Found In Piano Teacher's Apartment
Former City Manager David Hales is helping to clear up a contract dispute with former Coliseum manager John Butler. Butler has sued the city, claiming he’s owed $67,175 in unpaid commissions related to sponsorships and suite sales. That suit is pending.
Read the story: New Documents Link Vague Coliseum Contract To Criminal Charges
Green Top Troubles
Sales at the Bloomington cooperative grocery store have been 50 percent below initial projections, and it has been burning through cash reserves much faster than expected.
Read the story: Green Top Grocery Facing Financial Challenge
A couple moving out of state will vacate their positions on the Normal Township and Normal Public Library boards.
Read the story: Vacancies Open Up On Normal Township, Library Boards
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