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LPD arrests one on aggravated battery charge
LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville man was jailed on a charge of aggravated assault on April 3, according to a Lawrence County Jail report.
Saturday, April 4, 2020

73 more dead from COVID-19 in largest single-day spike yet
SPRINGFIELD - COVID-19 has claimed 73 lives in the past 24 hours and a member of Gov. JB Pritzker's staff has tested positive for the virus and is on home isolation, he announced at a daily briefing Tuesday.
Governor Pritzker announces updates on hospitalizations and ventilator capacity
CHICAGO - Building on measures to address the health and safety of residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor JB Pritzker provided an update on the state's medical capacity to treat residents impacted by COVID-19.
Lawrence County's Young Leaders offer support during pandemic
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrence County Young Leaders have come together to aid locals during the global outbreak of the COVID-19 virus by providing a grocery delivery service to Lawrence County residents.
Farm Bureaus urging farmers, agriculture industry and others to donate surplus masks
LAWRENCEVILLE - Due to the national pandemic regarding the COVID-19 virus, there is currently a shortage of medical personal protective equipment, specifically N95 masks. The Lawrence County Farm Bureau and the Young Leaders are participating in FARM for Health, which is a movement that stands for Farmers and Ranchers Masks for Health.
Illinois 'scouring the globe' for protective equipment, Pritzker says
SPRINGFIELD - Gov. JB Pritzker said Monday that state officials are "scouring the globe" for personal protective equipment, or PPE, as it prepares for the COVID-19 outbreak to peak in Illinois over the next two weeks.
Libertarian, Green parties sue over Illinois election rules
SPRINGFIELD - Social distancing and stay-at-home orders, instituted to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, are in direct conflict with Illinois' ballot eligibility requirements, the Libertarian and Green parties of Illinois allege in a lawsuit filed Thursday.
Two in Lawrence County test positive for COVID-19
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrence County Health Department on Monday confirmed the first two coronavirus cases within the county borders.
Illinois borrows to infuse hospitals with cash in March
SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois comptroller's office borrowed $105 million from various funds in March, in large part so it could make bigger-than-normal payments to hospitals as they brace for the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak later this month.
Garage transformed into unbelievable VU classroom
VINCENNES, Ind. - A love for teaching, a dash of creativity and a garage, this is the recipe for an amazing virtual classroom.
Pritzker: 'I've given up' on adequate federal COVID-19 response
SPRINGFIELD - Gov. JB Pritzker said Sunday he is "given up" on an adequate coronavirus response from the federal government and announced an expansion of emergency child care during his daily COVID-19 briefing Sunday in Chicago.
State lawmakers adapt to new reality during COVID-19 pandemic
SPRINGFIELD - State Rep. Martin Moylan and his staff thought they were ahead of COVID-19.
COVID-19 cases top 10,000 in Illinois after highest single'day surge
SPRINGFIELD - The number of novel coronavirus cases confirmed in Illinois surpassed 10,000 Saturday as the state reported 1,453 new cases and 33 more deaths.
Gov. Pritzker, Mayor Lightfoot and public health officials announce the first completed phase of McCormick Place Alternate Care Facility
Chicago - Governor JB Pritzker today joined Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Illinois National Guard, and the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPA) to announce the completion of the first phase of work to transform the McCormick Place Campus into a new Alternate Care Facility (ACF) for COVID-19 patients.


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