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Washington Times-Reporter - Washington, IL
Updated at 2:51 PM

For Dick Dodson the first Festival of Lights began as a chore he wished would go away — he does not even like parades. But 30 years and countless volunteer hours later, Festival of Lights is a very successful area holiday tradition that attracts families and tourists from all over central Illinois and beyond.

Updated at 2:44 PM

New Christmas ornaments and decorations will be given away to tornado victims Saturday.

Updated at 2:38 PM

After decades of risking work-related injuries by installing vehicle windshields, Rich Brummett knew there had to be a better option than just brute strength.

Updated at 2:37 PM

Burt Reynolds is battling bankruptcy and is selling personal effects - including popular movie items - by auction later this month.

Updated at 2:25 PM

Michele Chioni’s house on Westminster Drive may not be the largest and it certainly is not the oldest house on the Washington Historical Society’s annual house tour on Tuesday.

Posted at 3:05 PM

What does Damon's bedroom (and shower) look like up close? What's reallyin all of those bottles of whiskey?

Posted at 3:05 PM

When news broke thatRed Band Society's first season will end with 13 episodes, the creative...

Posted at 2:05 PM

HBO has picked up your new favorite show to series.Currently untitled, the Rock 'n' Roll project is an hour-long drama set in 1970s New York that, according to the network, explores "the drug- and sex-fueled music business as punk and...

Updated at 1:40 PM

A former Manito man had compiled a record of minor traffic violations over the past 14 years, but little more. That changed with his latest traffic stop in October.

Posted at 1:00 PM

Sitting in a community center in Tallaght, a sprawling, working-class suburb at the foot of Dublin's mountains, Debbie Byrne sees little sign she's living in the euro region's fastest-growing economy.

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