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Overlapping seasons have begun, with the Illinois High School Association spring and summer athletic schedules forced together by the pandemic. [Read More]
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The Cougars were held to a season-low offensive showing in a loss to Champaign-based Parkland. [Read More]
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But Rochester recovered to score the last 11 goals of the series. [Read More]
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Pekin sophomore star Kanye Tyler suffered a shoulder injury in the first quarter and missed the rest of the game, watching most of it with... [Read More]
The Parkland Cobras out of Champaign defeated the Illinois Central Cougars 59-40 in the NJCAA Central District Division II title game Saturday, April 10, 2021... [Read More]
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Forty percent of current active cases in the Peoria area are people under the age of 30. . [Read More]
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Yousef Abdallah, who now lives in Danville, was also ordered to pay restitution to the IRS in the amount of $176,196 and was fined $15,000. [Read More]
It wasn't clear why the teen brought the weapon, which had been reported stolen, to Peoria High School. [Read More]
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Rita Ali went from being 73 down to 23 up in the mayoral vote. [Read More]
Jessica Recinos was killed in a crash in the early morning of March 29 while on her rounds as a rural medical worker. [Read More]
A popular Rockford-based restaurant chain is no longer owned by the family that founded it, and its new owners have their eyes set on franchising. [Read More]
The Home-to-Market Act working its way through the Illinois Capitol would expand where at-home bakers and cottage food producers can sell their wares. [Read More]
Here's a look at the number of Peoria County residents that have received the COVID-19 vaccine as of April 5. [Read More]
The Downtown Peoria venue also closed briefly last August because of the virus. [Read More]
An unlikely chain of events led to a rare uncontested race in Peoria City Council's 4th District. [Read More]
Peoria voters hit the polls Tuesday, April 6, 2021 in the general election. Among other issues, voters will choose a new mayor to replace Jim... [Read More]
LaHood, the former Peoria lawmaker and Secretary of Transportation, paid a $40,000 fine as part of an agreement with federal prosecutors. [Read More]
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