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Maybe you’re a first-time homeowner who is looking to put your personal stamp on your new abode. Or you may be thinking of putting your house on the market and want to enhance the property’s curb appeal. Or perhaps you are just tired of your home's current look and want to give the place a well-deserved facelift. Whatever your reasons for considering a small or large landscape overhaul, you probably don’t want to waste your efforts on costly, time-consuming, and aggravating mistakes. Here…

At-home colonoscopy alternatives are gaining popularity, but are they as convenient as they seem?

For a cool, summer drink, mash kiwi and strawberries and mix with plain seltzer and ice.

The family of David Schulz, who died on June 11
Pastor Tom Wirsing and his family upon the death of his uncle, Howard, this week
Care and Healing: Tim Adams; Catherine Apel, Joe Arbuckle; Shirley & Don Bates; Heather, Joyce Bishop; Jennifer & June Bishop; Kim Boswell-Chenowith; Phyllis Bond; Marlene Brown; Richard Buck; Sara Burris; Carol Decker; Norm Ehrlich; Marilyn Evans; Everett Ewing; Jason Gelsthorpe; Gary…

Reports of tick-borne illness are increasing in Chicagoland and Wisconsin, federal data shows.

Trying to cheer me up one day, a friend commented, “You could always write a book: ‘The men I chose and regretted’!” We both started laughing, but deep down I was feeling overwhelmed by sadness and remorse. I seemed to have had so much heartache when it came to finding “Mr. R...

We understand what it takes to be a volunteer – the tireless commitment, selflessness, dedication, strength, knowledge, and the list goes on. Those are qualities that exemplify the men and women in Scouting, and we appreciate their efforts everyday. Volunteers like Chad Frisque are combining his talents in technology, theatre and service to enrich his

Opioid addiction has reached epidemic proportions in our region and across the country. Independence Blue Cross Foundation is helping raise awareness of this crisis.

Having the “money” conversation with your kids can go in a lot of directions. Just for fun, we gathered some littles together and asked them what they like to do with their money. Check out what they said. Their answer will brighten your day
By now, if you’re using our ChorePal app , or another chore reward system, you know they can spark conversations about ways to save, spend, and share money. So, we put together a few ideas to help you keep…

Getting a job at a store or fast-food restaurant — often a way into the economy for an unskilled worker — used to be as simple as walking up and down the mall and applying. Now, with store chains closing and laying off thousands of workers, that path is more complicated.

“Reaching new heights: Every part counts when improving aviation safety. Log in to read the latest issue of QW at t.co/TIzG0cV7g1”

Anything that diverts your attention from driving is a distraction. Consider some simple safety tips for maintaining your focus.

Dreaming of cycling in the French Alps? Here are five lesser known cols to conquer with road cycling short break experts Bike Weekender.

Farm Bureau members needed to help identify emerging issues and provide input in three areas.

Do you spend much of your day pretending to work? You're not alone. A new book explains why.

The theory of workplace anxiety says that being anxious at work may either hinder or boost job performance.

Authorities are warning that store-bought medicine to help ease teething infant can be fatal.

BLOOMINGTON — The Illinois Cycling Association announced the Illinois Cup schedule Monday and has designated the Bloomington Criterium as a State Championship Race.

Some of the projects should make hauling ag commodities in Illinois easier.

Proud to be working with 18 charities across the UK for our Trade-In, we put the spotlight on our different partners throughout the campaign. Next up, Not About The Bike.

View and buy Manneken Press's prints and multiples of Brenda Zappitell at Printed Editions.

CHICAGO — If you didn't know better, you'd think the crowd of people wearing capes were on their way to some sort of super hero street fest.
Many of them have done amazing things: they're cancer survivors, doctors who treat cancer and the sidekicks and allies of cancer sufferers. They got together over the weekend to celebrate life, continuing a 15-year tradition at the Illinois Masonic Medical Center.

Follow these tips to ensure that your drains stay healthy for as long as possible.

In our humble opinion, cycling is the best sport in the world. If you’re struggling to convince your friends of this, here are a few suggestions that may help.