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STCCHS Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for The Daphne Sumner History Discovery Center

BELLEVILLE – The St. Clair County Historical Society (STCCHS) and Korte & Luitjohan Contractors broke ground on The Daphne Sumner History Discovery Center at 701 E. Washington St. in Belleville, Ill. on Tues., July 7. The STCCHS launched the Discovery Campaign at the beginning of this year with a goal to raise $300,000 to renovate…

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DON’T FORGET: Income Tax Filing & Payment Deadline July 15

The Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) reminds taxpayers the state individual income tax filing and payment deadline is July 15. This year’s deadline was extended three months by Governor JB Pritzker in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Both state and federal returns are due on July 15. To date, 5.3 million Illinois taxpayers have filed…

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McKendree English Professor to Research African American Writers as Harvard Fellow

Dr. Martha Patterson is Writing a Book on Harlem Renaissance Newspapers LEBANON – A McKendree University English professor will continue her study of Harlem Renaissance literature as a Fellow of The Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University during the fall semester. Dr. Martha Patterson will be completing her book project,…

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Commerce Park May Signal Years Of Development

By Dennis Grubaugh Illinois Business Journal O’Fallon Mayor Herb Roach likes to point out that the Gateway Commerce Center has evolved over 25 years, continuing to bring dividends to its host communities in Edwardsville and Pontoon Beach. Those same possibilities now exist in O’Fallon, with Gateway’s primary developer, St. Louis-based TriStar Properties, preparing to develop…

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Kaskaskia College to Host Commencement Ceremony on July 10

Kaskaskia College will be hosting its 2020 Commencement ceremony on Friday, July 10 at 7:00 pm on the College’s main campus.  Although much will be different about this year’s ceremony, many of the traditions of commencement such as the processional and recessional, the conferring of degrees, and the opportunity for students to walk across the…

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