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The Peoria City Council has approved an ordinance to establish a city-managed land bank, a tool that assistant director of community development Joe Dulin said directly addresses the issue of neighborhood blight.
More than 1½ years seems like a long time. Calling it “20 months” makes it seem even longer, or “620 days” longer still. However it’s phrased, that was the length of the Peoria Chiefs’ separation from their hometown fans.
Peoria Women's Club president Kim Mitchell said they plan to get scaffolding up this fall to work on the roof, windows, and tuckpointing.
For the first time since early April, hospitalizations for COVID-19 in the Tri-County area have fallen below 100.
Former 4th District council member Jim Montelongo is conceding the Peoria mayoral race to Rita Ali, a week after she was sworn in.
The case of a former Peoria police officer's child pornography conviction has come before the Illinois Supreme Court.
Along downtown Court Street alone, more than 30 properties are either vacant or for sale.
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