20 Illinois Restaurants Have Closed Their Doors Forever in 2024
Businesses come and go all the time, but the number of restaurants in particular in Illinois that have already closed this year are staggering. The current count that I can find confirms that at least 20 have put "We are Closed" signs on their doors in 2024 with no plans to reopen.
Illinois Safest City in 2024 Started as a Stagecoach Stop in 1834
Imagine a place with zero violent crime. Sound like a mythical place? It's a reality in a small Illinois town that is officially the safest city in the state for 2024 and began its existence as a stagecoach stop way back in 1834.
Why Did this Huge Sinkhole Suddenly Appear in the Missouri Woods?
I'm going to ask what I admit is a bit of a rhetorical question. Why did a huge sinkhole suddenly appear in the woods of Missouri? I have no idea, but I do have video proof that it happened.
4 Reasons Why Illinois Says Your Property Tax Rates Might Explode
This just in. Property tax rates are rising in Illinois. If you opened up an envelope from the state and got an unwelcome surprise about what you owe, the Land of Lincoln gave 4 different scenarios where big property tax bumps can happen.
Why is Illinois Being Invaded by So Many Bums from New Jersey?
Illinois has become infamous for the number of people who are choosing to leave the Land of Lincoln. But, did you know that Illinois is also seeing an influx of people choosing to call it home from an unexpected place. Why the heck is Illinois being invaded by so many bums people from New Jersey anyway?
Internet Says Missouri Must Avoid this Coffee for No Good Reason
Can we agree that food and drink preferences are a very personal thing? One person's trash is another person's treasure. That's why I'm a little ticked at the internet saying that Missourians should avoid one certain coffee above all others and they have no good reason for it.
Illinois’ Worst Place for Poverty is So Bad It’s Nearly Shut Down
If you have enough food to eat and a roof over your head, you're better off than more than half of the residents of an Illinois place where poverty is so bad that it's nearly shut down.