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Peoria is the largest city on the Illinois River, and has become famous as a representation of the average American city because of its demographics and its perceived mainstream Midwestern culture. On the Vaudeville circuit, it was said that if an act would succeed in Peoria, it would work anywhere. The question "Will it play in Peoria? " has now become a metaphor for whether something appeals to the American mainstream public.

Population: 113546
Local Newspapers: Peoria Journal Star
Local Sports Teams: Peoria Rivermen (AHL Hockey) Peoria Chiefs (Class A minor baseball league)
Local Colleges: Bradley University

Zip Codes associated with peoria, illinois: 61603 61604 61605 61606 61607 61610 61614 61615
Towns/Cities near peoria, illinois : Creve Coeur Pekin Bartonville Washington Bellevue Norwood

Peoria News
Andy's Diner woven into Pekin's history

Threads that compose a fabric of Pekin's history are woven through a cozy family restaurant just north of downtown. They stretch as well into Peoria, where Andy Krakos opened three eateries in the early 1950's one on Main Street near Bradley University, another at Forrest Hill and Knoxville avenues, and a third on Farmington Road.

Reasons for producing art as varied as mediums for Peoria area veterans

Veteran Randy Prunty and Michael Gilmore, a member of U.S. Rep. Darin LaHood's staff, look at an exhibit during last year's 22VA Veteran's Art Show at the Peoria Public Library. 22VA is a group of veteran artists that want to help other veterans express themselves through visual and creative arts.

Peoria Heights man charged with murder in child's death

A central Illinois man has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated battery in the October death of a 16-month-old boy. Police on Tuesday arrested 34-year-old Joshua A. Rutledge of Peoria Heights.

Peoria Heights man charged with murder in child's death

A central Illinois man has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated battery in the October death of a 16-month-old boy. Police on Tuesday arrested 34-year-old Joshua A. Rutledge of Peoria Heights.

IL: CityLink's Proposed North Side Site Riles Residents

Dec. 06--PEORIA -- A meeting Tuesday about CityLink's proposed North Side Transfer Zone generated plenty of questions and answers, and frustration. "Do you even care about our concerns?" one woman asked officials from CityLink and TranSystems, a Kansas-City, Mo., based firm that has been consulting on the project.

Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State

Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state is a life-threatening emergency manifested by marked elevation of blood glucose and hyperosmolarity with little or no ketosis. Although there are multiple precipitating causes, underlying infections are the most common.

Vendor change delays Amtrak's new high-speed rail cars

PEORIA, Ill. - Plans to introduce new, high-speed rail passenger cars in Illinois are in motion, but a spokesperson for Amtrak says it could be two or three more years before they are in place.

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Visiting priest spearheading effort to build school in Uganda

During his eight-and-a-half years in the United States, Father Julius Turyatoranwa attended graduate school at Illinois State University, working on a master's degree and a subsequent PhD in Educational Administration and Foundations. His clerical duties with the Diocese of Peoria took him to parishes in Bloomington and Morton before he became a parochial vicar serving St. Patrick Catholic Church in Washington and St. Monica Catholic Church in East Peoria.

Illinois school involved in printable Martian homes contest

A central Illinois university is a key player in an ongoing competition aimed at deploying 3-D printers to build habitats on Mars if and when humans travel to the red planet. The Chicago Tribune reports Sunday that Bradley University in Peoria is a partner in the 3-D Printed Habitat Challenge organized by NASA.

Preparing your car for winter

Local Impact: Extreme temperatures associated with winter and summer can cause a vehicle to break down more readily than it would during the moderate weather conditions of spring and fall. Preparing a privately-owned vehicle for the winter months could spell the difference between arriving at a destination safely or becoming a stranded motorist.

Area Christian churches unite to celebrate the cr che

PEORIA - The creche comes in myriad forms, from living scenes inhabited by humans and animals to objects crafted from every type of material imaginable. A creative re-creation of the birth of Jesus Christ, the annual Christmas display is beloved by children and adults all over the world.

Cat releases new range of wheeled material handlers

Caterpillar says its new range of wheeled material handlers, the MH3022, MH3024 and MH3026, maintains its purpose-built philosophy while reflecting engineering refinements for specific industrial applications. Further improvements for these 2018 models include features that support rapid return on investment and enhance overall performance, versatility and safety, the Peoria, Illinois-based company says.

Boston City Council votes in favor of banning plastic carryout bags

Boston's City Council has voted to approve a proposed ordinance intended to reduce the use of single-use plastic shopping bags at stores, restaurants and pharmacies in the city. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh must sign the proposed ordinance before it becomes law, according to a report from WCVB.

Lincoln College Homecoming Aids Food Pantry

The donations were raised during the College's Homecoming Week, Nov. 6-11, as part of the process for the campus community to vote in their 2017 royalty.

Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State

Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state is a life-threatening emergency manifested by marked elevation of blood glucose and hyperosmolarity with little or no ketosis. Although there are multiple precipitating causes, underlying infections are the most common.

IL: Stuff-A-Bus Campaign Raises 10 Tons of Food

Nov. 28--PEORIA -- The Stuff-A-Bus food drive raised more than 10 tons of food this year to benefit the Peoria Friendship House of Christian Service. The 30th annual campaign featuring efforts by the CityLink transit district to fill a city bus with food wrapped up on Tuesday.

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