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Peoria Heights History - A searchable database that includes the Heights Herald from 1941 to 1998 and the Peoria Heights Diamond Jubilee booklet published in 1973 to commemorate Peoria Heights History from 1898 to 1973.
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Workforce Network is a partnership of workforce organizations, working together to provide integrated high quality employment resources to students, job seekers and businesses.
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Internal Revenue Service Federal Tax information
Illinois Department of Revenue State Tax information
Illinois Vehicle Service cyberdriveillinois
IllinoisLegalAid.org provides Illinois residents with:
Easy to use information about your legal rights and responsibilities
Quick referrals to free and low cost legal aid offices
Easy to use interactive forms
Self-help instructions for common legal problems
Legal information in Spanish
Illinois Public Record A comprehensive resource for finding public record information by county, with links to government websites and other state agencies to assist with locating vital records, genealogy archives, court record documents, and other public record searches.
Learn how the health care law affects you at www.Healthcare.gov. The official site of the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Peoria Area SeniorNet Peoria Area SeniorNet is an all volunteer organization of seniors, fifty and older. Our goal is to promote computer literacy among seniors. To accomplish our goal we offer classes and seminars on computers, various software products, and other computer-related topics. Classes are offered twice a year, spring and fall.
Mrs. Campbell's Computer Technology Class Practice your mouse and typing skills.
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Best free Reference WebSites The Reference and User Services Association has complied a list of outstanding reference sites on the World Wide Web.
MedlinePlus - Information on health issues.
Refdesk is free and family friendly. The site is the single best source for facts on the Net; a one-stop site for all things Internet: news, weather, sports, reference, encyclopedia, facts on file, dictionaries and encyclopedias, tutorials, search engines, Windows Operating Systems Resources, free stuff, games and much more.
Administration on Aging www.aoa.gov
Benefits Check Up www.benefitscheckup.org
Eldercare Locator www.eldercare.gov
Family Caregiver Alliance www.caregiver.org
Meals on Wheels www.mowaa.org
National Council on the Aging www.ncoa.org
Senior Living Map www.seniorlivingmap.org
Fantastic Fiction is a great source for over 4000 fiction authors, their biographies and a complete list on their books.
Book Browser your guide to exceptional books.
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Stop, You're Killing Me! mystery books, sorted by author and character
What's Next helps you search adult fiction in series. Searches can be made by title, author (last name, first name), or series
Young Adult Books in Series and Sequels from the Bettendorf Public Library