Trisha Bozarth and Damien Margerum of Decatur, plan to be married July 11, 2021 in Decatur before family and friends.
Carole Vilchis of Champaign and Dr. Carlos Fior of Decatur are planning to be married Nov. 22, in The Plaza, New York City, N.Y.
Kate Elizabeth Mendicki and Jason Christopher Shelby, both of Lenexa, Kan. plan to be married May 25, in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Frontenac, Kan.
Rosh Hashanah, meaning “head of the year” in Hebrew, celebrates the Jewish New Year. This two-day holiday kicks off the High Holidays which culminate in Yom Kippur Oct. 4-5.
Houseplants that spent the season vacationing outdoors need a proper transition back inside to avoid shock.
Despite their stalwart appearance, chimneys require regular cleaning and care inside and out.
Angie Devous and Patrick Comerford, both of St. Louis, Mo., plan to be married May 26.
Sarah Elizabeth Hoadley and Michael James Houran, both of Decatur, plan to be married June 9.
Sammi Ma and Kaleb Hite, both of San Diego, Calif., plan to be married April 7, in Balboa Park – Japanese Friendship Garden, San Diego.
Catheryne Anne Morreau and Joseph Bernard Room, both of Glendale Heights, plan to be married Nov. 3, 2018.
Emily R. Snoke and Stephen R. Douty, both of Decatur, plan to be married March 10.
Arizona Democrats are vowing to fight for women’s rights after a court reinstated a law first enacted during the Civil War that bans abortion in nearly all circumstances. Democrats on Saturday looked to capitalize on an issue they hope will have a major impact on the midterm elections. Top Democrats implored women not to sit on the sidelines this year, saying the ruling sets women back to an era when only men had the right to vote. Republican candidates have been silent since the ruling, which said the state can prosecute doctors and others who assist with an abortion unless it’s necessary to save the mother’s life.
New York City officials are appealing a judge’s ruling that they lacked the legal authority to fire members of the city’s largest police union for violating a COVID-19 vaccination mandate. State Supreme Court Judge Lyle Frank in Manhattan ruled Friday that the city health department’s vaccine mandate couldn’t be used to fire or put on leave members of the Police Benevolent Association. Frank ordered the reinstatement of union members who were “wrongfully” terminated or put on unpaid leave for refusing to get vaccinated. The city immediately filed a notice of appeal, freezing the judge’s decision until the appeal is heard.
Police confirmed on Friday evening that a man was being held in custody after allegedly defying the Public Order Act. Get more on that and other recent celeb news here.
Big Ben failed to ring out as planned to signify the nationwide silence to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth, with UK Parliament now looking into the "technical issue" ahead of Her Late Majesty's funeral.
Entry to the queue for Westminster Hall will close permanently when the queue reaches final capacity, just hours after the DCMS warned those who were not already waiting in line to "not set off."
Firefighters rescued a 13-year-old blind dog named Cesar after the canine fell into a hole at a Pasadena, California, construction site.
Pasadena firefighters were able to rescue a blind dog that had fallen down a construction hole Tuesday night.
Good Samaritans are being hailed after they stopped to investigate along a highway when they noticed an abandoned suitcase “moving” by itself.
Hayley Salefski and Skyler Taylor, both of Decatur, plan to be married Dec. 29.
Caitlyn Ashley Sampson and Matthew Steven Schollmeier, both of Dixon, Calif., plan to be married June 23.
Dawn Marie Hawkins and Jeremy Michael Phillips, both of Decatur, plan to be married June 8, 2019, in the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel.
Emily Wong and Aaron Irwin, both of Brooklyn, N.Y., plan to be married Sept. 2, in Brooklyn, N.Y.