It's easy to forget to take in the architecture and design above eye level in Decatur.
Can you identify these?
The Brass Horn
108 E. Prairie St.
TOWN AND COUNTRY BANK
303 N. Main St.
HULIDA PRODUCTIONS/ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL
225 N. Main St.
MADDEN ARTS CENTER
125 N. Water St.
DECATUR — More than a dozen downtown businesses will remain open a few hours later once a month leading up to the annual Christmas Walk.
DECATUR — Homeschooling families depend on the Decatur Public Library.
The city is continuing to suspend enforcement of time limits on metered parking in public lots, streets and alleys in downtown Decatur, officials said.
Decatur City Manager Scot Wrighton in a weekly video message to the community on Wednesday said additional cases of COVID underscore the need for masks and avoiding large gatherings.
Twenty Decatur-area small businesses received help from a round of state grants announced this week.
Jeff Ingle was in a state a disbelief when he read the email indicting The Decatur Club was among the recipients of the state's first round of Business Interruption Grants.
Latest findings bring county total to 726 confirmed cases.
Health officials on Monday reported seven new cases of COVID-19 in Macon County, capping a weekend that saw a total of 40 new cases announced since Saturday.
DECATUR — Macon County Treasurer Edward Yoder is reminding taxpayers that the second installment of property taxes is due Tuesday, Sept. 1.
“If you don’t have a Christmas, you’re not going to be in business for long,” said George Streckfuss, co-owner of Decatur’s Brass Horn and Brass Horn Too.
After percolating for four weeks through a soft opening, downtown Decatur's newest coffee destination is ready to boldly proclaim its presence.
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