Keokuk residents could get a break on their sewer bills this summer.
Community leaders on the Amtrak line that runs through western Illinois hope to convince people to use the train for excursions within the region. They want to promote day trips and overnight stays along the line between Quincy and Princeton.
The USDA is changing the rules for its program to give money to rural communities that do not have broadband access. The changes may help communities in west central Illinois.
Rich Egger’s guests on Emphasis are Janice Welsch and J.Q. Adams, who are organizing the annual Dealing With Difference Institute at Western Illinois University.
A new report from the USDA identifies multiple reasons why honey bees are dying off in the United States.
The Illinois House of Representatives has approved a massive overhaul of state pensions.
It's the first time the House has passed such a plan after more than a year of negotiating and many failed attempts.
Three concepts have emerged thus far as Macomb considers possible changes to the look of its downtown square.
The two men representing the eastern half of Iowa in Congress are pushing a plan that would encourage more private investment in river infrastructure.
The hurdle that Fort Madison must clear to bring passenger rail service to Riverview Park is getting shorter.
The distribution of some unwanted flyers in Van Buren County led to a public forum on hate crimes.