• Hope for a bright future

    Hope for a bright future

    By Patrick Yeagle Inside a nondescript brick building in Springfield’s South Town business district, a wall covered with clear acrylic instead of drywall illustrates various tools and electrical wiring standards. Between the wooden studs, next to lineman pliers and a [...]

  • Changing lives, one class at a time

    Changing lives, one class at a time

    By Rhonda Buckhold Freelance Contributor Pivotal moments in life often present as hard decisions– to do one thing or another, which will ultimately change life as you know it. Charles Davis realized he’d had that moment when he graduated from [...]

  • Springfield’s big dig

    Springfield’s big dig

    An architect reflects on the 1960s Old State Capitol facelift By Catherine O’Connor Freelance Contributor In the early 1960s, the capital city’s downtown corridor was the home to bustling shops of all kinds, including the Hub Clothiers, Fishman’s Sporting Goods, [...]

 

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Hope for a bright future

February 24th, 2017|0 Comments

By Patrick Yeagle Inside a nondescript brick building in Springfield’s South Town business district, a wall covered with clear acrylic instead of drywall illustrates various tools and [...]

Having a tiff about TIF

February 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

By Thomas C. Pavlik Freelance Contributor Between the surveyor’s museum, the former Methodist church downtown, the YWCA, and Enos Park, everyone seems to be in a tiff [...]

Illinois could see boost from Cuba trade

February 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

Mark Albertson (center), director of strategic market development for the Illinois Soybean Association, speaks with meat retailers who sell for livestock farmers in a cooperative. Photo [...]

Changing lives, one class at a time

February 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

By Rhonda Buckhold Freelance Contributor Pivotal moments in life often present as hard decisions– to do one thing or another, which will ultimately change life as you [...]

Major Engineering Firms

January 9th, 2017|0 Comments

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A life of courage and generosity – Remembering Mary Therese “M.T.” Vann

January 4th, 2017|0 Comments

By Patrick Yeagle   She grew up the only girl with five brothers. Maybe that was where Mary Therese Vann first learned to hold her own. Known [...]

National politics won’t affect next phase of rail relocation

January 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

By Patrick Yeagle Federal funding for the next phase of Springfield’s rail relocation is secure, meaning the project likely won’t be affected by the new president-elect and [...]

A look at Springfield’s panhandling ordinance

January 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

By Sarah Delano Pavlik Freelance Contributor If you work downtown, you are well aware of some of the aggressive panhandlers in Springfield. An encounter with one of [...]