Millikin University presents the 56th annual Vespers at Millikin Dec. 6 and 7 at 3 and 7 at Kirkland Fine Arts Center. The theme for this year’s Vespers is “Star of Wonder.”
This month, voters in Monticello turned down a ballot question to build a new high school. If the issue is on the ballot April 7, voters will get more details — where the school would be and what it would look like.
Several law enforcement agencies in Decatur recently executed a narcotics search warrant at a home on East Prarie Ave, and ended up arresting Wallace Pugh, 37. Police seized 70 grams of crack cocaine, 25 grams of marijuana, and some cash.
The switch has been thrown — holiday displays now light up Shelbyville’s Forest Park. The Festival of Lights will be on every night at the park through the holiday season.
Beginning Dec. 1, Meals on Wheels in Decatur will deliver meals to homebound seniors anywhere in Macon County, every weekday. Currently, they can only deliver meals within Decatur city limits only.
The Logan County Board of Appeals hosted a public hearing for conditional land use on properties south and west of Mount Pulaski where developers want to build the Meridien Wind Farm. Further discussion on the issue continues next month.
The FAA conducted a periodic safety review of the Decatur Airport last week. It found the airport to be in compliance with all requirements and commended the Airport staff on its effective procedures.
Piatt County’s plat map has officially gone digital at piattcounty.org. Search by address to see lot size, tax records, and which school, library, and legislative districts are attached to that parcel.
The Macon County Sheriff’s Office launched their profiles on Twitter and Facebook this week. Anyone in Macon County can get info from the sheriff’s office by following it’s Twitter page or liking it’s Facebook.
Following a Taylorville Police tobacco compliance check, the Route Mart on West Park St. was reportedly found in violation. A city ordinance citation was issued to Robert Wombachur of Taylorville.