OSF HealthCare St. Joseph Medical Center wants to build a nearly $25 million medical office building on its Bloomington campus to increase the number of primary care providers while improving access to outpatient cardiac services. The Pantagraph reports St. Joseph has sent the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board the application for approval. The three-story, 51,000-square-foot medical office building would go up on Washington Street, east of Regency Drive and west of St. Joseph Drive.Source: Pantagraph
The Normal Town Council votes tonight on whether to give $800,000 in tax breaks to a shopping center owner so that the town can collect $4.8 million in projected new tax revenue. Council members will vote on a proposed sales tax rebate for Phillips Edison, which owns the twin shopping centers on the northeast corner of College Avenue and Veterans Parkway. The company wants to spend $4.1 million to remodel the shopping centers, in hopes of bringing in a tenant to replace Dick’s Sporting Goods and other retail spaces.
Normal Police sent out the SWAT team to an apartment building on Parkinson Street near police headquarters during the pre-dawn hours Sunday, after authorities were notified of a fight of two women beating another woman that was being shown on Facebook Live. Police Chief Rick Bleichner said officers knocking on the door heard what they thought was a gunshot, and the emergency response team was called. Officers arrested a man allegedly carrying a handgun. No one inside the apartment was seriously hurt, and no police officers were injured
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