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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
Prize-winning children's author Richard Peck dies at 84 Source: AP
Prize-winning children's author Richard Peck, who drew upon his Illinois roots for such favorites as "A Long Way from Chicago" and "A Year Down Yonder," has died. Peck died on Wednesday at his home in New York City at age 84. His publisher, Penguin Young Readers, told The Associated Press, that he died after a battle with cancer.Neighbors: Shots fired in Decatur neighborhood
TV talked with neighbors near the intersection of Main and Jasper streets, who said they saw bullets "fly past them" on Thursday night. Police have a neighborhood in the area blocked off.Decatur Unemployment Figures Continue to Drop
May 24 - The year-to-year unemployment rate for the Decatur metropolitan area decreased by nearly half of a percent again in April, according to preliminary figures released Thursday. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Illinois Department of Employment Security report that unemployment fell in all of the state's metro areas for a second straight month, while nonfarm jobs increased in nine of the 14 markets.Decatur Police Investigate Thursday Morning Stabbing
May 24 - At approximately 12:41 a.m. Thursday morning, Decatur Police responded to a home in the 1000 block of West Decatur Street in reference to two people having been stabbed. Upon arriving, officers located two Decatur residents, a 61-year-old male, and a 62-year-old male, were found with injuries.Illinois House Recognizes the Fallen Ahead of Memorial Day
May 23 - The Illinois House paused and took a moment to pay respect to 3 service members who died in the line of duty over the past year. The honoring of the fallen is an annual event ahead of the Memorial Day Holiday.District 61 Moves Forward with 5 Year Strategic Plan
May 23 - Much like businesses in Decatur are looking to attract employees to a variety of job openings in the area, DPS #61 is moving forward with a plan to attract students to the district. The DPS #61 Board of Education Tuesday night approved its new 5 year strategic plan for the district.Lakeside Triathlon Takes a Year Off
May 22 - The Decatur Lakeside Triathlon will be taking a hiatus in 2018, as organizers look at a different date, and a different course for 2019. Originally known as the Rodney T. Miller Lakeside Triathlon, the race was created to honor the memory of Rodney T. Miller, a 40-year-old Illinois State Police sergeant from Decatur who was killed in the line of duty in a 2006 traffic accident.Police: Packs of Red Bull stolen in three Walmart thefts
DECATUR, Ill. Police say a man stole packages of Red Bull, along with hamburger meat and dog food in several Walmart thefts.Slogan, Logo Urge Public to Help Stop Crime
May 22 - Simply locking doors can be crucial to preventing crime, and a slogan created by a new collaborative effort aims to drive that message home. The Decatur Police Department, Macon County Sheriff's Office, Children's Museum of Illinois and Limitless Decatur & Macon County have combined forces on the "Look, Stop & Lock" campaign to remind residents to protect their property.Fight the Bite of Mosquitoes with the Three "R's"
May 22 - The Macon County Health Department along with the Macon Mosquito Abatement District is reminding Decatur and Macon county residents how to reduce mosquito bites as well as reducing the number of mosquitoes this summer. The agencies say mosquitoes can pose a serious health hazard to everyone, including your pets, with West Nile virus being the most common mosquito-borne illness.Decatur among Opportunity Zones approved by Treasury
May 21 - A section of Decatur is among more than 300 economic opportunity zones in Illinois approved by the U.S. Treasury Department, Governor Bruce Rauner announced recently. "This is a really exciting opportunity for communities throughout Illinois," Rauner said in a news release.Police: Man backed car into repossession worker
DECATUR, Ill. A man drove his truck into a worker who was trying to repossess his vehicle, police say.Encouraging Girls to Reach their Highest Potential
May 20 - Empowering girls to achieve their highest potential was just one of the goals at the first Girl's World Expo Sunday at the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel. There was also fun for the girls as well.Millikin Celebrates Commencement with over 300 Graduates
Millikin University held their Spring 2018 Commencement ceremonies for students Sunday at the Civic Center. Millikin's traditional commencement ceremony at the Decatur Civic Center Ameren Illinois Aena marked the graduation of approximately 300 students Sunday afternoon.Decatur and Area School Libraries Get a Boost from the Secretary of State
May 19 - Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White has awarded more than $1.2 million in "Back to Books" grants to 340 public libraries and school districts statewide, including the Decatur Public School District and other area libraries and school districts. The grants help schools and libraries acquire fiction and/or nonfiction books to improve library collections and engage readers in formal and independent reading.Decatur's Fiscal Bind May Lead to Police and Fire Layoffs
R eductions in state subsidies are one reason for Decatur's predicament, but long-running pension woes are an even larger source of pain.Test Drive A Car for United Way
May 18 - The Jackson Ford dealership on Pershing Rd is bustling as people come in to test drive vehicles for the United Way. The United Way of Decatur & Mid-Illinois has partnered with Jackson Ford and the Ford Foundation for the second "Drive 4 UR Community" campaign.
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