IllinoisTimes - Breaking News http://illinoistimes.com/articles.sec-139-1-breaking-news.html Fri, 12 Feb 16 00:00:00 -0600 en hourly 1 Multiple city streets declared no parking zones during Obama’s visit Wednesday http://illinoistimes.com/article-16779-multiple-city-streets-declared-no-parking-zones-during-obama%25E2%2580%2599s-visit-wednesday.html Multiple city streets declared no parking zones during Obama’s visit Wednesday
Multiple city streets declared no parking zones during Obama’s visit WednesdayNo parking zones for Wednesday, Feb. 10The City of Springfield announced that on Wednesday, Feb. 10, parking will be pro...]]>
Obama to visit Hoogland Center - President will speak to supporters after addressing Illinois General Assembly http://illinoistimes.com/article-16780-obama-to-visit-hoogland-center.html Obama to visit Hoogland Center - President will speak to supporters after addressing Illinois General Assembly
President Barack Obama’s visit to Springfield tomorrow will include a private event at the Hoogland Center for the Arts....]]>
Chatham officer accuses Auburn cop of abuse, threats - State police investigating http://illinoistimes.com/article-16777-chatham-officer-accuses-auburn-cop-of-abuse-threats.html Chatham officer accuses Auburn cop of abuse, threats - State police investigating
 A Chatham police officer has accused an Auburn police officer of stalking her and threatening her with a gun.In a request for an order of protection filed last month in Sangamon County Circuit C...]]>
Traffic safety division moving? - Union says no members will be laid off http://illinoistimes.com/article-16778-traffic-safety-division-moving.html Traffic safety division moving? - Union says no members will be laid off
 The state plans to move the Illinois Department of Transportation’s traffic safety division from its current location on North Ninth Street to the agency’s main building on Dirksen Parkway.A...]]>
RIP, Julianne - IT food writer dies http://illinoistimes.com/article-16775-rip-julianne.html RIP, Julianne - IT food writer dies
 We at Illinois Times are shocked and saddened by the passing of Julianne Glatz, our food writer who passed away last night in her sleep.Glatz became a near-instant institution a...]]>
Former Petersburg street superintendent gets 60 days in jail for pot - Evidence he was given by police ended up at grow operation http://illinoistimes.com/article-16776-former-petersburg-street-superintendent-gets-60-days-in-jail-for-pot.html Former Petersburg street superintendent gets 60 days in jail for pot - Evidence he was given by police ended up at grow operation
The former Petersburg street superintendent was sentenced to 60 days in jail for pot last week. His sentencing comes after evidence he was given by the city’s police department ended up at a crime scene....]]>
GROWLERS AND DITZY BLONDES http://illinoistimes.com/article-16746-growlers-and-ditzy-blondes.html GROWLERS AND DITZY BLONDES
 A beer summit at Obed and Isaac’s? It could happen.Karen Conn, the wife half of the husband-and-wife team that owns the popular Springfield microbrew pub, confirms that President Barack Obama,...]]>
Shove it - SJ-R newsroom rejects contract http://illinoistimes.com/article-16745-shove-it.html Shove it - SJ-R newsroom rejects contract
Newsroom employees at the State Journal-Register tonight rejected a final contract offer from GateHouse Media, the company that owns Springfield’s daily newspaper....]]>
Gaming board nomination on hold - Governor says Senate wants more time http://illinoistimes.com/article-16712-gaming-board-nomination-on-hold.html Gaming board nomination on hold - Governor says Senate wants more time
  The nomination of Springfield attorney Don Tracy as chairman of the Illinois Gaming Board has been put on hold....]]>