Your childs mental health is important, and local educational officials say the need more resource is up post-pandemic. They say funds provided by the federal government have help them provide schools free mental health resources and training.
A Quincy native who faced a life-threatening condition is now on a mission to pay it forward. He’s collecting donations for the Ronald McDonald House in St. Louis through his “Hunter’s Holiday Give Back.”
As the weather gets colder, people will stay inside to stay warm. However, not everyone has a warm place to go. During Bucket Blitz, the money raised helps support the shelter and the services it provides clients.
It’s Christmas time at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Monday, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker helped light its Christmas tree. The festivities also honored a special group, Gold Star families.
A surface low pressure and associated upper-level trough will bring the threat of showers to the region and that threat will persist overnight. Temperatures remain near normal under continued cloudiness. A few tenths of an inch or rain are possibly through midday Sunday. A few snow showers could mix in with the rain across the far northwestern tier of the viewing area although no impacts are expected since surface temperatures are above freezing. An appreciable warm-up appears poised to visit the area late next week.