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Aledo Times Record - Aledo, IL
Updated at 2:37 PM

Several times over the past few years, I’ve had cause to notice that Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent for ABC News, often has a rightward tilt in his reporting.

Updated at 10:35 AM

DAVENPORT, Iowa—St. Ambrose University will hold its spring commencement ceremony starting at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 10 at the i Wireless Center, 1201 River Drive, Moline, Ill. Seating is open with no tickets required. The public is invited to...

Updated at 10:29 AM

Coming on the heels of “Noah,” “God’s Not Dead” and “Son of God,” the glut of faith-based movies continues this Holy Week with the Christian drama “Heaven Is For Real,” the true story of a 4-year-old boy who claims to have visited heaven during a...

Updated at 10:17 AM

Coming up on Sunday, April 27th will be the 8th Annual Band Shell Opening. Performing this year will be the Mercer County 6th Grade Band and the Mercer County High School Band. The Opening of the Band Shell will mark the beginning of the 9th Summer...

Updated at 9:18 AM

(Rock Island, IL) – Royal Neighbors of America reported strong financial results for 2013. It generated revenue in excess of $128 million; grew its assets by $37 million to $868 million; and has a surplus of $213 million, resulting in a...

Updated at 9:17 AM

Dr. Ellen Hay, professor of communication studies, and Dr. Reuben Heine, professor of geography, recently were named to endowed chair positions at Augustana.

Updated at 9:01 AM

PEORIA, Ill. (April 15, 2014) — World Red Cross Day is a time to recognize worldwide efforts to advocate for the relief of human suffering, whether from disease, disaster, war or famine.

Updated at 9:00 AM

I remember the day my sister told me. I was sitting at the dining room table in the chair closest to the stairs when she leaned in and said she was pregnant and that I was going to be an aunt. I was 9 so I knew what that was — and what it was...

Updated at 8:54 AM

MILFORD – As those in Boston stood silent at 2:49 p.m. Tuesday, the moment one year ago that the first of two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon finish line killing three and injuring more than 270, those in Milford stood with them.

Updated at 8:50 AM

HOPKINTON – The cleanup began weeks ago – right after the snow stopped - while other preparation to host thousands of runners and spectators for the Boston Marathon started months ago.

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