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The Illinois High School Football Coaches Association first-ever virtual clinic begins on Tuesday, Dec. 8 and IHSFCA co-clinic director and former area

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A Sangamon County judge granted a temporary retraining order Wednesday against a Williamsville restaurant that had been operating without a food permit. The Sangamon County Department of Public ...

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Its next report will be Monday. Meanwhile, the Huddle House, 994 Ann Rutledge Dr. in Williamsville, is the latest county restaurant to have its food permit suspended for allowing indoor dining.

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Its next report will be Monday. Meanwhile, the Huddle House, 994 Ann Rutledge Dr. in Williamsville, is the latest county restaurant to have its food permit suspended for indoor dining. The chain ...

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Last week, Williamsville-Sherman and Pleasant Plains school districts announced that they were going full-remote until Nov. 30. Sacred Heart-Griffin High School made a similar announcement.

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Williamsville’s high school and junior high school will go remote beginning Friday through Nov. 30. Sherman Elementary School will begin on Nov. 16 and also go through Nov. 30. Reedy ...

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Dirksen Parkway, free meal; Huddle House, 994 Ann Rutledge Drive, Williamsville, free MVP Breakfast Platter; Hy-Vee, 2115 S. MacArthur Blvd., free breakfast, 10% off all groceries; Little Caesars ...

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Cox, Staunton’s Cynthia Tolbert, Taylorville’s Chris Dougherty, Buffalo Tri-City’s Chad Colmone and Williamsville ... no basketball can be played this winter. The Illinois High School ...

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Havana High School senior Adam Bohm put in a time of 15 minutes 57.81 seconds and finished in fifth place on Saturday at the 3-mile Class

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Bike trail Ground was broken Thursday on the Heritage Route 66 Bike Trail, a $4.4 million multi-use trail that will link Williamsville and Sherman. The asphalt trail will be 10 feet wide and ...

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