Published authors to share their experiences and encourage would-be writers at Rantoul Public Library's Author Fair this weekend!
The best books for Illinois residents by Illinois authors and illustrators. Featuring books for ages Junior High to Adult.
An area man has amassed an impressive collection of Lincoln memorabilia.
Students at Parkland College recently competed in a horticulture competition in North Carolina.
Daisy Lane Scrapbooking & Craft Mall shares tips on finding treasures at flea markets and turning them into fun craft projects.
Effingham author Corey Taylor talks about his new book, "The Untoward Adventures of Ichabod Stitch."
What does it take to write your own memoir? Some local writings stand ready to help!
Unique books for children to be featured at annual book sale at the Center for Children's Books at the U of I. Sale runs through Wednesday.
The oldest home in Springfield undergoes a major renovation set to debut next month.
Discussion of this year's featured books for Illinois readers by authors with Illinois connections! Books for Birth-5th Grade are highlighted.
The new list from the Illinois Reading Council is out for the best reads for Illinoisans by Illinois authors and illustrators!
We're bringing spring indoors!
Daisy Lane is back with tips on making your calendar for 2015.
The books The Urbana Free Library staff recommend for children, teens, and adults!
Library celebrates patrons' favorite books of all time.
2015 could be your best year yet. Make it happen with the help of your local library!
Great parties start with great decorations.
Heather Roberts heads to Pinterest to find her latest Pinworthy Pin. Today we're making DIY frames in preparation for the upcoming Pinterest Party.
We're enlisting the help of Daisy Lane in Mattoon to help us make two of the ornaments at the upcoming Holiday Pinterest Party.
EFFINGHAM -- Library officials break ground Tuesday on new multi-million dollar library facility.
We're getting crafty with Michael's today, making a Thanksgiving turkey from a pine cone.
WATSEKA -- He practiced veterinary medicine for nearly 40 years and now Dr. A.J. Day has put some of his most memorable experiences into a new book: "Doc, I Needed You Last Night."
At Heather Roberts' recent Pinterest Party, the guests each made homemade ornaments to adorn their tree with help from Daisy Lane.
You don't have to spend a fortune on a great gift this holiday!
MATTOON -- Cooking, crafts, and cocktails! Bringing the spirit of the season to life with some how-to titles from your local library.
Champaign - Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator Julie Davison shows us how to create table decorations for Thanksgiving.
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran will be in Central Illinois this week to talk about his new book, "Redeployment."
Today may be one of the last good days to get your gardens ready for winter. Do you know what all needs to be done?
CHARLESTON -- What does it take to write your own book? Local authors will tell you!
We all know Illinois is a top producer of pumpkins, but do you know the second crop we're tops at producing? Parkland College has the dirt!
Each month Daisy Lane will be hosting a card class along with homemade dessert and coffee.
Parkland is hosting a spring garden tour to England.
Author Jake Aurelian gives "new life" to zombie character in "The Life & Mimes (& Zombie Apocalypse) of Ripper the Clown."
With Halloween just weeks away, we need to get our treat bag ready to collect candy!
Reading a really good book can make your week. But what if you could pair your book with a Bordeaux?
Come watch the fire, enjoy dinner and some blues music by a live band with the Springfield Art Association.
Parkland College has the dirt on the Labyrinth at Crystal Lake Park in Urbana.
CHARLESTON -- An out-of-this-world event will help bring families together at one local library.
Michael's is back with tips on using chalkboard paint.
Want to start your family genealogy? You might want to start at the oldest genealogical society in Illinois!
Mattoon-Daisy Lane Scrapbooking and Craft Mall introduces new crafts at their Open House.
A local library now offers outdoor exploration packs and board games for check-out.
Sandy Mason shares tips on which plants would be good to attract butterflies to your yard.
Now is the time to book that fall getaway to the Midwest.
Sandy Mason is back with the dirt on which bugs are good and which ones are harmful to our gardens.
Heather is testing out her latest Pinterest project which tests out a popular as seen on tv product.
It's time to get your craft on and make a great first impression with your child's new teacher!
CHARLESTON -- Learn how libraries have become a meeting place for people who share similar interests.
We're making a craft perfect for back to school.
Chris Moors is back with The Music Shoppe on benefits of playing an instrument.