Normal, IL 61761
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incorporated town in McLean County,
Illinois, United States. As of the 2000
census, the town population was 45,386. A
special census conducted in 2005 shows that
the population is now 50,519.
Originally known as North Bloomington, the
town was incorporated as Normal in February
of 1865. The name was taken name from
Illinois State Normal University, a
teacher-training institution located there.
The school has since been renamed Illinois
State University after becoming a general
four year university. Normal is adjacent to
Bloomington, Illinois, and when mentioned
together they are known as the "Twin
Cities," "Bloomington-Normal," or simply
"B-N." The current mayor of Normal is Chris
The main campus of Heartland Community
College, a two-year, fully accredited
institution, and a satellite campus of
Lincoln College, which offers associate
degrees as well as four-year programs, are
both located in Normal.
Downtown Normal is currently being
revitalized to attract new businesses, and
it was recently made the home of the new
Children's Discovery Museum. The district is
also home to the historic and non-profit
Normal Theater, a restored Art Deco theater
owned by the Town of Normal that runs
classic and independent films.
A large percentage of residents of Normal
are employed by Illinois State University,
State Farm Insurance (Corporate Headquarters
in Bloomington), Country Insurance and
Financial Services (Corporate Headquarters
in Bloomington) , and the Mitsubishi Motors
North America manufacturing facility, which
manufactures the Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder,
Endeavor, and Galant.
Felony and misdemeanor criminal court records.