Oglesby City Council approves tax levy, travel expense ordinances at its recent meeting.
Sandwich Public Library District Board welcomes new board member at is recent meeting.
Peru City Council approves committee to study status of Peru Township at its recent meeting.
The City of Sandwich Committee-of-the-Whole Council met Monday, Dec. 5.
Betty Roliardi, (708 Burlington St., Mendota), donated $51 to Hanover's Friends for Betty Roliardi on Jan. 14, 2016.
La Salle City Council amends ordinance on cannabis possession at its recent meeting.
Brian Bartle, (3935 Vernon Ave., Brookfield), donated $1,000 to Hillsdale's Mike Smiddy for State Representative on Nov. 1, 2016.
The village of North Utica Planning Commission met July 7 to discuss property renovations and designs.
The village of Somonauk Board of Trustees met Nov. 9 to review the police manual.
The village of North Utica Board of Trustees met Aug. 17 to consider amending zoning ordinances.
The LaSalle Elementary School District 122 Board of Education met Nov. 15 to present monthly student awards.
The Ottawa City Council met Nov. 15 to award bids for surplus vehicles.
An outgoing House Democrat is speaking out about House Speaker Mike Madigan for standing in the way of major reforms that could get Illinois back on its feet.
An Illinois legislator wants to see the state adopt a uniform, transparent and fiscally sound policy on the question of illegal immigrant students attending state universities.
Over 110,000 more people left Illinois in a year than arrived here from other states, leading to the highest overall drop in population in the nation, new figures reveal.
The City of Ottawa is again offering a Christmas-tree disposal program, which begins soon.
Stephanie Jeanblanc has been named the next principal of LaSalle-Peru Township High School by the local board of education.
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations (IDFPR) now requires domestic violence (DV) training for cosmetology licensees.
Keymonta Johnson consistently manages to do a little bit of everything on the basketball court.
Amid reports of missing property and last-minute changes in move-in plans, the transition between outgoing Illinois Comptroller Leslie Geissler Munger and incoming Comptroller Susana Mendoza recently took on a testy tone.