State Farm Insurance has been a major presence in Bloomington-Normal since the 1920s.
Oil Slides on Demand Destruction
Brittany Szynkowski is Southern Illinois' newest donut darling slinging hot, fresh mini treats with her food truck, Drizzle.
Work happiness is down. Employee resignation is up. Employers are trying to figure out why.
The “average” American chose to ignore the magnitude and urgency of climate change, while some even dared to deny it. Until this year’s drough…
The location is the former site of Illinois Machine & Tool Works. A real estate listing earlier this year previously cited an asking price of $2.2 million for purchasing the building, which has about 3,500 square feet of office space and 96,000 square feet of warehouse space.
So far, North American pig farms have been free of African swine fever (ASF). No longer. It has been found in the Dominican Republic. Some thi…
If you’re seeking the personification of career happiness, look no further than the farmer’s market. There you’ll find dedicated professionals…
West Town grocery store Green Grocer Chicago didn’t wait for updated recommendations from health officials to require customers — vaccinated or not — to mask up again while shopping.
In communicating with dozens of workers across the country over the past couple of months, I’m noticing a dramatic shift in overall temperament.
Floods and Fires Devastate Beyond Words
Rivian spokesperson Zach Dietmeier in an email confirmed the plans to The Pantagraph and characterized the Normal plant as a "launching pad an…
A Michigan-based cannabis company has filed suit challenging Illinois’ new law to award 185 long-awaited additional marijuana retail licenses, which could delay a license lottery set to begin July 29.
Deli Star was headquartered for 34 years in Fayetteville, Illinois.
The documents were filed with the Illinois Department of Insurance and obtained by The Pantagraph through the Freedom of Information Act.
Corn Crash Continues
Question: “Will we be able to continue to work from home?”
CHICAGO — As entertainment avenues begin to reopen, recreational marijuana continues to sizzle in Illinois, with a near-record $115.6 million in sales for June.
Brutal Heat Threatens Humans, Entire Civilization