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CHARLESTON -- Trick-or-treating children were not the only ones who were out and about in costume on Saturday for Halloween.
MATTOON -- A black carriage driven by a skeleton, a monstrous tree laden with jack-o-lanterns, and a horde of other creatures are awaiting trick-or-treaters at Stinson Avenue and 14th Street.
MATTOON -- Both of the city's elementary schools have received grants to aid them in their new program to help students manage their emotions and let off some steam.
CHARLESTON -- A group of people in the Charleston community have banded together in hopes of saving the Will Rogers Theatre.
MATTOON -- The city Planning Commission voted 6-0, with one abstention, Tuesday evening to deny Mattoon Area PADS' requested special use permit for relocating its homeless shelter to 2417-2421 Marshall Ave.
CHARLESTON -- Traffic lights will be implemented next year at the intersection of Illinois Route 16 and Loxa Road.
BLOOMINGTON — While watching her six-month-old son one afternoon more than three years ago, the owner of a two-story house on Lee Street in Bloomington noticed that something — or someone — had caught his attention.
CHARLESTON -- Kyle Keefer, fighter paramedic for the city Fire Department, received the Charleston Exchange Club Firefighter of the Year award Oct. 13.
CHARLESTON -- Eastern Illinois University students are taking part in a seven-week program where they teach Jefferson Elementary School fourth-graders a different language.
MATTOON -- Petitions are being circulated to gather community support both for and against the Mattoon Area PADS homeless shelter's proposed move to the 2400 block of Marshall Avenue.
MATTOON -- Runners and walkers were doused in pink powder Saturday morning at various points along the route for Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center’s Paint the Town Pink 5K Color Run/Walk.
MATTOON -- The city has been sprucing up the exterior of the 62-year-old Burgess-Osborne Memorial Auditorium.
CHARLESTON -- Leaders at Eastern Illinois University unveiled a new Panther logo Wednesday for the university to modernize the Eastern athletics brand.
CHARLESTON -- A local food pantry will benefit from two upcoming performances of a play that shows the perspective of some of the women characters in the literary classic "Spoon River Anthology."