County clerks and other election managers from across Illinois will be in Bloomington this week for a training session that focuses on protecting the state’s election information technology.
State Rep. Dan Brady believes anything’s possible, given the sight of an American president meeting with North Korea’s dictator. However, the Bloomington Republican has his doubts whether Gov. Bruce Rauner can make good on his promise to invest billions of dollars on roads, bridges, and other infrastructure projects by shepherding a massive capital bill through the legislature.
Some folks aren’t embracing aging or retirement so much. I have made some observations, and will offer some tips.
As Bloomington considers hiring a new city manager, there are two challenges that are paramount – council unity and economic stabilization.
No one is a bigger cheerleader for Uptown Normal than me, a 55-year resident who ran around in “blighted downtown Normal” as a kid.
As April ends, so does Autism Awareness month. There are some local signs of progress, though much still to do.