Social studies classes in Illinois public schools are about to get a major overhaul, with more emphasis on Black history and the contributions of other underrepresented groups to American culture.
This past week, you became witness to the shocking events at our nation’s Capitol. While it is hard to find appropriate words, remaining silent is no option.
SPRINGFIELD — The 101st Illinois General Assembly took historic action by passing legislation to end cash bail prior to electing a Black House speaker for the first time in the 102nd General Assembly.
When business is down 90 to 100 percent, help can’t come soon enough. This is how Classic Cinemas CEO Chris Johnson describes the news of federal grant money being allocated to arts venues through the Small Business Administration (SBA) after the latest COVID Relief Bill passed Dec. 27.
SPRINGFIELD – Nine of 11 regions in the state’s COVID-19 mitigation plan have seen mitigations lifted in the past week, with two moving all the way back to Phase 4 restrictions.
Regardless of age, facing a cancer diagnosis is a scary thing for anyone.
Twenty years from now our kids and grandkids will look at a photo of a line of people all wearing facemasks and wonder, “What was that all about?”
A look back at notable people of the Landmark coverage area who died in the past year
For as long as he can recall, Brian Przybylski has always loved the magic of the holidays.