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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
Crash disrupts traffic in Decatur area
It happened in the area of Route 51 and Ash Avenue in Decatur. Police are asking people to avoid the area where the crash happened.Tax Cuts have Donors Wondering About their Charitable Donations
March 23 - The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that took effect January 1 has caused charities to wonder about the future of their donations. The Act doubles the standard deduction for individual taxpayers, which could give people less incentive to give according to Weigi Stewart, Community Foundation of Macon County President.Crossing Healthy Food Distribution Scheduled for March 29th
March 22 - Crossing Healthcare is teaming up with Northeast Community Fund, AT&T, Illinicare Health and Kroger to provide a healthy foods distribution at their facility at 320 East Central Avenue in Decatur. It's set for Thursday March 29th at 5:30pm.PIT Survey Results Revealed at Community Breakfast
March 22 - The Continuum of Care in Macon County has released the results of their 2018 Point in Time survey that describes the homeless population in the Decatur area. This year marked the 23rd year of the survey in Macon County.Teen who shot nephew while playing 'cops and robbers' pleads guilty
A Decatur teen charged with shooting a 2-year-old to death has taken a plea deal, according to court records. Zachary Pherigo plead guilty on Thursday to involuntary manslaughter, aggravated discharge of a firearm and obstruction of justice in the Oct. 14 shooting that killed Justin Lee Murphy Jr. Decatur police say the shooting happened around 8:40 a.m. on East Wellington Way in Decatur.Superintendent, Students Focused On School Safety
Local officials reaffirmed their commitment to school safety this week hours after a school shooting in St. Mary's County. At Tuesday's meeting of the Worcester County Board of Education, Superintendent Lou Taylor assured the community the school system and local law enforcement remained focused on ensuring that children were safe.Decatur City Manager to Outearn Nearly Every State Governor Following Salary Increase
While Decatur struggles with a shrinking population and a multimillion-dollar budget deficit, local leaders have approved a substantial pay raise for the city manager.DPS Seniors Experience the Law Through InspirED
March 21 - The Decatur Public Schools InspirED Futures Internship program gives DPS seniors unique experiences, especially when it comes to the law. There are not many high school students who can say they have personally witnessed what a police officer experiences every day.Police: Man pointed gun at another's head, made threats
Police say that just before 8 a.m. on March 16, Stephen McFarland, 33, pointed a black 9 mm pistol at the person and said, "I'm going to kill you". They say McFarland also slapped the man across the face as he held the gun.Woman charged in DUI crash that injured officer pleads not guilty
A woman accused in a DUI crash that left a Decatur police officer seriously injured has entered a plea of not guilty. 52-year-old Karla Rhodes is charged with aggravated DUI causing great bodily harm with a blood-alcohol level greater than 0.08 percent and a second count of aggravated DUI.Decatur police continue search for armed robber
Police were called to an apartment near Wellington Way and Portage Place after a man broke in around 11 p.m. He robber showed a handgun, took money, and ran on foot. A man and woman at the apartment were not injured.Decatur businessman pulls out a win in 101st District GOP primary
Dan Caulkins of Decatur held a solid lead late Tuesday night in the three-way race for the Republican nomination in the 101st House District. With 97 percent of the vote in, Caulkins had 5,937 votes to 5,205 for Randy Keith of rural Monticello and 2,470 for Todd Henricks of Cerro Gordo.Six figures of damage reported in apartment fire
The Decatur Fire Department was on scene of an apartment fire on Tuesday morning on the north-west side of the city. According to fire officials, crews were called out to the Portage Place Apartments just after 8 a.m. for a fire.Man shot by Decatur police convicted on gun and drug charges
A man who was shot by Decatur police while fleeing during a traffic stop has been convicted on gun and drug charges. Donald Redmon was shot May 31. He fled on foot after being stopped.How dangerous doctors escape despite data bank
How dangerous doctors escape despite data bank Blame Congress and medical boards for failing patients in this digital age: Our view Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2FKmL4V Tonya Brooks of Decatur, Ill., holds a photo of daughter Morgan, who was 2 months old when she died after an overdose of a laxative. While practicing medicine in Illinois, Jay Riseman was called an "imminent danger to the public" by a state medical board attorney and was placed on indefinite probation in 2002.Get Ahead of the Game with Little Kritters Soccer
March 13 - Children aged 3-4 will be able to learn soccer fundamental in the MidState Soccer Club's Little Kritters Soccer program. In this 5-week program, MidState coaches will help players learn soccer skills through fun activities and a special story book.Man arrested in Decatur shooting
DECATUR, Ill. A 35-year-old Decatur man was arrested on Wednesday night and is a suspect in the shooting of a man.
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