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After more than 20 years, the construction on Route 29 between Taylorville and Springfield is complete. One Taylorville resident whom is extremely happy about this is Congressman Rodney Davis. Dav... [Read More]
As the winter months continue, people often look for ways to warm up. For some, a nice hot beverage does the trick to warm them up from the inside out. These include hot... [Read More]
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  Berthen P. "Bert" Boldini, 84, of Stonington passed away at 4:56 A.M. on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield. He was born on December 3,... [Read More]
  Tornadoes boys basketball opened play in the 50th Annual Litchfield Invitational Tuesday night against Pana with a 69-50 win in pool play.    ... [Read More]
Jane Pugsley, 77, of Altamont, died at 2:01 p.m., Sunday, January 15, 2017 at HSHS St. John's Hospital, Springfield.   Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m.,... [Read More]
  Route 29 between Taylorville and Springfield officially held it's ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday outside of the community building in Rochester. The event was well attend... [Read More]
Max Straughn Siegrist, 90 of Taylorville passed away on Monday, January 16, 2017 at 3:17 p.m. at his residence in Taylorville. He was born on May 3, 1926 in Taylorville, IL the Son of... [Read More]
This week WTIM is celebrating its 65th anniversary, and NEWSTALK WTIM is taking a look back to the past to see how it's changed. Marcia Farr, former Business Manager, Salesperson, and On Air... [Read More]
As 2017 continues, people are hopefully staying strong with their New Year's resolutions. But at the same time, change can be very difficult for people. People often expect for change to happe... [Read More]
The Christian County Health Department was recently selected to receive $5,000 as one of the Bertrand Hooper Memorial Foundation Award Recipients. The money will go to help update the flooring in ... [Read More]
School funding has been a hot button topic around the state, and more-so locally with questions about local tax levies for Taylorville Schools and groups such as Citizens for Education pushing for... [Read More]
As heard on The Big 870 AM Newstalk WTIM 96.1 FM and 107.5 FM, Mater Dei defeated Taylorville by a final score of 46 to 40. [Read More]
Miller Media Group's WTIM celebrates its 65th anniversary this week. One former employee, Doug Quick, was a DJ, News Reporter, and Sales Person for WTIM in the mid 1970's and since has mov... [Read More]
The Illinois State Treasurer's Office didn't take the day off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Treasure Michael Frerichs said his office attended events focusing on one of Dr. King's dr... [Read More]
  This month's NEWSTALK WTIM Central Illinois Smiles Family Dentistry "Big Smile for the Community" honoree is Louise Noren, who volunteers for Taylorville Memorial... [Read More]
  Route 29 will officially have it's ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow. The Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce has been hard to make sure everything has been set up, and po... [Read More]
  A start-up company run by students from a local university has been named a finalist for the Cleantech University Prize, which gives the company a chance to win $50,000... [Read More]
  The Christian County Crimestoppers board recently took time during their December board meeting to honor retiring board member Dan Austin. Austin along with his father helped creat... [Read More]
  Taylorville girls basketball will face off against Breese Mater Dei (DAY) in the first round of the Highland Girls Basketball Tournament today at 2:30pm.  The Lady Tornadoes a... [Read More]
Tuesday was the first day a candidate may begin circulating petitions for elected office for the City of Taylorville. City Clerk Pam Peabody spoke with Regional Radio News and shared what offices ... [Read More]
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