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Springfield is 90 miles NE of the Greater St. Louis area. The most famous past resident is Abraham Lincoln, who lived in Springfield itself from 1837 until he went to the White House in 1861. Major tourist attractions include a multitude of historic sites connected with Lincoln. In 1908 a large race riot erupted in the city which culminated in the lynching of two African American residents and led to the founding of the NAACP.
Local Newspapers: State Journal-Register
Local Sports Teams: Springfield Junior Blues (NAHL)
Local Colleges: University of Illinois Springfield Robert Morris University (Illinois)
Zip Codes associated with springfield, illinois:
62701 62702 62703 62704 62707 62711 62712
Towns/Cities near springfield, illinois : Southern View Clear Lake Grandview Lincoln Park Riverton Jerome Leland Grove Sherman Spaulding Curran Chatham Rochester New Berlin
Police make arrest in attack of 70-year-old
Officers identified the suspect as 27-year-old Andrew J. Brady. United States Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested Brady on a warrant for aggravated battery in Decatur around 10 p.m. Tuesday night.Time is running out
Saturday's the next mailing deadline to assure Christmas delivery to APO, FPO, and DPO addresses. United States Postal Service Springfield spokeswoman Sue Litterly says there are other deadlines for the holiday season.Police: Man attacked, then found on street
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. A man is in hospital care after police say they found him down on a Springfield street.New Mother Jones marker dedicated at I-55 rest area
A variety of dignitaries on Monday dedicated a new historical marker for famed union activist Mother Jones and coal-miners' union movement at the southbound Interstate 55 Coalfield rest area south of Springfield, Illinois. In addition, Ireland's consul general to Chicago and the Midwest participated in a wreath-laying ceremony that day at the Mother Jones Monument , just off Route 66 in Union Miners Cemetery in Mount Olive, Illinois.Don Polson: Utopianism, partner of despotism
The inherent and historic conflict, an existential struggle, between the individual and the state has always been with us-only more intensely so over the last 100 years since the rise of the Marxist/Leninist movement of international Communism.Past: Shred-gate. Present: Secret Recording-gate?
The police union in Springfield - already unhappy with the leadership of Chief Kenny Winslow - is in no mood to give the city a pass over a recording system in the interrogation rooms that was going 24-7 without informing anyone. The city's inspector general last week said the recordings are now under lock and key and suggested no harm may have been done, and Mayor Langfelder praised the chief for his quick response.Former Springfield newspaper publisher dies
Jack Clarke, the longtime publisher of The State Journal-Register and its predecessors until he retired in 1996, has died. He was 83. Clarke born in Mattoon and grew up in Springfield and Chicago.Former Springfield newspaper publisher dies
Jack Clarke, the longtime publisher of The State Journal-Register and its predecessors until he retired in 1996, has died. He was 83. Clarke born in Mattoon and grew up in Springfield and Chicago.Casie Milner Named 2017 ALMH Employee of the Year
ALMH Emergency Room Nurse Casie Milner of Springfield, Illinois has been named the 2017 Employee of the Year at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln.'I'm not in charge': Illinois governor's words may haunt bid
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner raised eyebrows, then questions about whether he misspoke after he declared "I am not in charge" of the state. The Republican, who's seeking his second term in 2018, made the unusual declaration last week, telling reporters he's "trying to get to be" in charge of Illinois but has been blocked by his political nemesis, longtime Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan.Durbin pushes ACA sign-up
To U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin , the Affordable Care Act and the Republicans' tax overhaul are now linked. Durbin, promoting ACA sign-ups in Springfield, says removing the individual mandate will mean fewer insured, thus fewer subsidies.Springfield's Frank Lloyd Wright house open late in December
Christmas at the Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site in Springfield means decorating with floral designs using native plants and earth tones. The house will stay open until 8 p.m. for Wednesday night downtown holiday walks in December.Springfield's Frank Lloyd Wright house open late in December
Christmas at the Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site in Springfield means decorating with floral designs using native plants and earth tones. The house will stay open until 8 p.m. for Wednesday night downtown holiday walks in December.Tree replacement plan at Illinois fairgrounds continues
More than 200 young trees have been planted over the last three years at the Springfield, Illinois, fairgrounds as part of a four-year donation program. The replacement program began after hundreds of fairgrounds trees were lost to emerald ash borer infestations, age and storms.Tom Kacich: Meadowbrook sculpture a Wright homage
The king of Prairie Town, aka noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright, now looks over the prairie at Urbana's Meadowbrook Park. You have to have some imagination and some knowledge of Wright - often called the greatest of all American architects - to see him in the modern sculpture along Windsor Road.Rep. David McSweeney calls for abolishment of Algonquin Township
Rep. David McSweeney, R-Barrington Hills, and then-Rep. Jack Franks, R-Woodstock, get together on the House floor during session Aug. 25, 2015, at the state Capitol in Springfield. Rep. David McSweeney, R-Barrington Hills, waits on lawmakers to return from caucus while on the House floor during session Aug. 25, 2015, at the state Capitol in Springfield.College of DuPage, Benedictine University to host 23rd annual MLK Breakfast Jan. 15
College of DuPage and Benedictine University will co-host the 23rd annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Breakfast at 8 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 15, at the Krasa Center on the Benedictine campus, 5700 College Road in Lisle.
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