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Legacy Pointe Eatery

By Thomas Pavlik Legacy Pointe Eatery, 1130 W. Legacy Pointe Drive is the newest restaurant at Legacy Pointe in the space formerly occupied by Fox Run. It holds itself out as a “moderate - to medium-priced, casual-dining establishment” with a “high-quality full menu” that’s “centered around fresh and homemade items with a focus toward healthier [...]

By |October 28th, 2022|Categories: Secondary Feature|0 Comments

Retirement strategies for Gen Z and millennials

By Pamela Savage   Anne Lester is a retirement expert, media commentator and speaker who brings years of experience working in the retirement space to young professionals. Most recently, she spent 29 years as head of retirement solutions for JPMorgan Asset Management’s Solution group. Today, Lester spends her time writing for and speaking to millennial [...]

By |October 27th, 2022|Categories: Articles, Secondary Feature|0 Comments

Family is at the center of Dan Deweese Painting and Wood Finishing

By Pamela Savage In January of 1978, Rich Deweese founded R.L. Deweese Painting and Decorating. Deweese did not have any experience as a painter, and he had no intention of becoming a painter. However, he was searching for a career opportunity, and that’s where the story gets interesting. Deweese’s wife, Susan, was attending a women’s [...]

By |July 11th, 2022|Categories: Articles, Secondary Feature|0 Comments

Blackburn and beyond

College increases opportunities for students with diverse abilities By Carey Smith “According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, as of 2021, only 19% of Americans with a disability are even employed,” states Brianna Sutton, director of Blackburn College's Blackburn and Beyond program. “Disability does not mean inability.” Born from a partnership with Carlinville High [...]

By |April 5th, 2022|Categories: Secondary Feature|0 Comments

Sportman’s Lounge and Restaurant

By Thomas C. Pavlik I used to be a regular at Sportsman’s in its former iteration, before it got a little long in the tooth and rundown. And then it went dark. Recently, however, a group of friends bought the building and decided to resurrect Sportsman’s, and in doing so, they’ve managed to preserve all [...]

By |April 5th, 2022|Categories: Secondary Feature|1 Comment