Author: Danielle L.

Habitat For Humanity honored in O’Fallon, Illinois street name

Following recent investment and redevelopment efforts in the Carson-Behrens neighborhood, O’Fallon, Illinois officials have renamed.

Palatine, IL gets new e-bike store to meet increasing demand

Two brothers in Palatine, Illinois, Matt and Tom Sammons, are opening an e-bike store in the Eurofresh.

Federal grant comes through for Missouri town, but is slow for others

Amidst concerns over the distribution of money from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to fund.

New grant program in Illinois assists students with private school tuition

The state of Illinois has initiated a program, called Invest in Kids, to help students pay.

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Cargill and others providing extra support for The Great American Milk Drive

How much dairy do you drink or eat every day? Do you take it for.

In like Flint: Kansas lets residents drink contaminated water for years

The Sunflower State is experiencing some drama due to the fact that some Kansas residents.

‘Pampered Poultry’ provides couture for your chickens

Back in 2010, Julie Baker’s daughter had a favorite chicken. Their family raised a whole.

The newest trend in work: explaining the benefits of paw-ternity leave

If you have a new pet, this might be the best news you’ve heard all.

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Kentucky farmer gains attention with eco-friendly produce boxes

Linda Fritz is a farmer in Verona, Kentucky, but she is making waves in grocery.

Surgeons warn about the dangers of tongue splitting

Surgical procedures in the mouth area aren’t all that uncommon. In fact, five million Americans.