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Republican candidate for governor Bruce Rauner is distancing himself from the resignation of longtime Chicago Sun-Times Springfield reporter Dave...
The runner up in the 2011 Springfield mayor's contest issued a statement today saying she won't run for the office next year. Sheila Stocks-Smith...
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