The Peoria Fire Department has seen frequent turnover in its leadership in recent years.
- Peoria's top health, education leaders urge continued school masking - regardless of court case outcome
- Experience working 2007-08 Obama campaign shapes Peoria economic developer's vision for city
- Phoenix Community Development Services receives $5.2M for downtown housing concept
- Bradley, ISU get a new rival: UIC agrees to join the Missouri Valley
- A nonprofit is giving away computers to low-income Peorians this week, but you must pre-register online
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On Tuesday, the Peoria City/County Health Department reported six new deaths in the past 24 hours, a day after announcing seven deaths over the weekend.
Q&A: i3 Broadband CEO talks increased internet demand, material shortages amid the COVID-19 pandemicThe internet has taken on an even larger role in work and play alike during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is currently conducting a feasibility study looking at a new passenger rail corridor running from Peoria through LaSalle-Peru, Ottawa, Morris, and Joliet up to Chicago.
Peoria's two primary minor league sports franchises say their industry was overlooked in federal COVID-19 relief as they seek support for a possible new financial aid package.
Peoria Public Schools board tables vote on modified calendar, wants assurances on return to two-tier bell schedule firstThe Peoria Public Schools Board of Education has tabled a vote on adoption of a modified academic calendar for the 2022-23 school year until board member receive assurances of a return to a two-tiered bell schedule next school year.
A federal judge has sentenced a 39-year-old woman to 14 years in prison for dealing methamphetamine in central Illinois.
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