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Sticker shock: Which U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

Residents in Illinois face some of the steepest cost of attending in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

OPINION: Every aspect of an individual’s well-being is connected, and our approach to healthcare should be the same

The ever-rising cost of healthcare has been a constant and unyielding pressure on individuals, employers and government.

Bridging the Gateway project wins award at engineering banquet

Engineering companies Crawford, Murphy & Tilly and EFK Moen won a Grand Award at the 2017 American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri Engineering Excellence Awards banquet last month. Several other awards were also presented to Illinois-based businesses.

Infusion Express opens 2nd Illinois health care center

Infusion Express, a patient-focused medical center that offers individuals with chronic conditions the option to receive care in a more personalized, comfortable and private environment than competing doctor’s offices, recently opened its second Illinois treatment center.

Ascent delivers data-center expansion suite for customer in Northlake

Ascent, a provider of data center solutions, has partnered with Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT Inc. to deliver an expansion suite for a tenant in the CH2 Data Center facility in Northlake.

Save-A-Lot to open a store in Peoria

A Save-A-Lot grocery store is expected to open in Peoria's Southside by early this summer, filling a void in the area for a retailer selling fruits, vegetable, meats and other groceries.

Ameren Illinois president named among 100 most influential blacks in corporate America

Ameren Illinois President Richard Mark has been named among Savoy magazine's Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America for the second time.

Leadership Springfield announces 2016 slate of projects

Leadership Springfield, which has helped more than 800 people become community leaders through its offerings of seminars and community-based projects throughout central Illinois in the past 29 years, recently announced seven projects it will undertake in 2016.

Illinois Commerce Commission approves Spoon River project

Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois received a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the Illinois Commerce Commission, which authorized construction of the Spoon River Transmission Project, including approval of a final route for the transmission line.

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