Posts Tagged ‘money’
Midstate Manufacturing in Galesburg could be on the receiving end of a job training grant.
The Galesburg City Council tonight will consider whether to allocate up to $22,000 for the training that will affect 135 employees at the company.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Budget cuts and staff reductions have led to a jump in overtime costs for the Illinois State Police.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The geographic breakdown of impacts from a proposed overhaul of state school funding explains the divided and emotional reaction among lawmakers and educators.
A discussion of Division Street in Knoxville came up during a Sidewalk and Streets Committee meeting prior to last night’s Knoxville City Council meeting that left aldermen with more questions that answers.
Division Street was brought up and its need to be resurfaced, but aldermen are not happy with how long it would take Knoxville Public Works Supervisor Tom Myers and his crew to get the work done.
TAYLORVILLE, Ill. (AP) — A Taylorville couple has celebrated winning a more than $20 million Illinois Lottery drawing.
At this time the state of Illinois does not have any money set aside for library construction grants, but the Library Board of Trustees is still working to make sure when money becomes available they’ll be ready.
Does downstate Illinois get too big of a share of the state’s road fund? The Republican candidates for governor don’t think so.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (AP)–A statewide pension system for retired local government workers and school district personnel is paying out bonuses that cost taxpayers more than $41 million last year.