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The city, sometimes called "the Soybean Capital of the World, " was founded in 1823 and is located along the Sangamon River and Lake Decatur in Central Illinois. Decatur was the first home in Illinois of Abraham Lincoln, who settled just west of Decatur with his family in 1830. Lincoln gave his first political speech in Decatur about the importance of Sangamon River navigation that caught the attention of Illinois political leaders.
Local Newspapers: Herald & Review
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Local Colleges: Millikin University Richland Community College
Zip Codes associated with decatur, illinois:
62521 62522 62526 62535
Towns/Cities near decatur, illinois : Mt Zion Forsyth Monticello Macon Moweaqua
Tuesday Accident on Rte 51 Splits Toyota in Half
Jan 16 - As Decatur and Macon County have another day of arctic temperatures, charities like the Northeast Community Fund experience an uptick in demand for items like hats, gloves, and scarves. Jerry Pelz, Director of the Northeast Community Fund, said right now the needs of their clients are greater than the number of donations coming into the building.Worm Composting Class at the Extension Office
Jan 16 - The DeWitt, Macon, and Piatt County 4-H monthly learning series will continue in February with their vermicomposting workshop. Vermicomposting, or worm composting, is using worms to recycle food scraps and other organic material into rich compost.Attorneys want trial moved in missing Chinese scholar case
This photo provided by the Macon County Sheriff's Office in Decatur, Ill., shows Brendt Christensen. Attorneys for Christensen, accused of kidnapping resulting in the death of University of Illinois scholar Yingying Zhang from China, are asking a federal judge to dismiss the main charge against him and change the venue of his upcoming trial.Macon County deputies will soon be taking work vehicles home
Sheriff's deputies in a central Illinois county will soon be able to take their work vehicles home after their shifts end. The Herald & Review in Decatur reports that a 15-year-program paid for in large part with $3.1 million from Macon County Sheriff Howard Buffett's private foundation might begin as early as May. Macon County's board recently approved allowing the foundation to pay for the program as well as buy rifles for deputies.Marchers honor Dr. King in Decatur
Marchers walked from the Decatur Civic Center to the Church of the Living God, Temple #1 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "We have all kinds of ethnicities and all that at the BGC, and a lot of them are best friends," said staff member Jelinda Smith.STATEWISE: Just reward: A 2017 comeback story for the ages
Lisa Creason's life changed overnight. After working as a certified nursing assistant in Decatur for more than a decade, on Oct. 9, 2017, she walked into work as a registered nurse.Clinton Fire Department responds to evening fire
When crews arrived, Clinton Fire says, crews found smoke showing from the roof line. Officials say the homeowners used a fire extinguisher to help slow the spread of the fire.Cape Air to Decatur
Starting February 14th Cape Air will officially be serving the Decatur airport. The airline says flights will start February 14th.Clipper system to bring accumulating snow and cold to central Illinois
DECATUR, IL A quick moving clipper system will bring snow and windy conditions to central Illinois overnight into Monday morning. Heaviest snows look to fall after midnight into early Monday morning, before flurries end around noon in east central Illinois.Temperatures will start in the lower 20s Monday morning falling into the middle teens by lunchtime and single digits by the evening.Rev. Trimble Plants Seeds of Encouragement at MLK Celebration
Jan 13 - "The time is always right to do what is right." Those were the words of Rev.Free Real Estate Classes at Township Offices
Jan 13 - Decatur Township Supervisor, Lisa M. Stanley, has announced a series of free classes on Real Estate Entrepreneurship to be held at the Township Hall offices, located at 1620 S. Taylorville Rd in Decatur. Starting January 25, classes will be held every Thursday night from 6:30-8 p.m. for six weeks.St. Mary's to Hold Health Survey
Jan 12 - HSHS St. Mary's Hospital is working on a project to assess the health needs of the residents of Macon County. As part of the assessment process, St. Mary's Hospital will ask all county residents to help identify pressing community health needs through an online community survey.See The Awesome Squad at First United Methodist
Jan 12 - You and your child can have fun and learn while listening to The Awesome Squad on Saturday morning at the First United Methodist Church in Decatur. The cost of admission is free with a donation of toiletry items to be donated to Dove, Inc. The Awesome Squad is a high-energy music group focused on entertaining, educating, and motivating children around the world.Decatur man convicted in shooting
Carney pulled a gun and tried to fire it at the victim, but the gun jammed. He cleared the weapon and fired again, hitting the victim in the leg.Recycling do's and don'ts
One mans trash is another mans treasure, a saying we are use to hearing. This statement is more than true when it comes to the many household items we throw away on a regular basis.Just Reward: a 2017 Comeback Story for the Ages
S tate lawmakers would be wise to re-examine the barriers to second chances and first careers throughout the state.
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