Natural gas customers in Morton and across the Tri-County should expect significantly higher heating bills this winter.
- League of Women Voters of Greater Peoria event focuses on voting rights and voter suppression
- Spook Hollow returns to Marquette Heights for another spooky Halloween season
- Moline Democrat Normoyle enters the race for the 17th District seat
- Peoria's Fantastic Plastics embrace technology as they critique it
- Remembering the immigrants who built Galesburg's railroads
- Judge rejects Montelongo's lawsuit against Peoria County Election Commission
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Local tourism and activities are starting to bounce back in earnest as the country trudges through its second year in the COVID-19 pandemic. But staffing isn't keeping pace with burgeoning demand.
Peoria City Council members on Tuesday night received a 2022-23 biennial budget breakdown totaling $253,135,027 for 2022 and $238,455,102 for 2023. Within the large budget proposal, suggestions and concerns were raised on the use of federal recovery funds.
The Peoria-area real estate market showed a third-quarter dip in sales. But closings are still ahead of 2020Home sales in the Peoria area were down in the third quarter compared with last year, but the market is still ahead of its 2020 pace.
The supply chain will remain strained for some time yet. Don't be surprised if problems extend through the holidaysThe holidays are still quite a ways off, but there's already concern the supply chain won't be able to keep pace with demand this year.
The number of people battling COVID-19 in the Tri-County has fallen to its lowest since the first week of August.
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