Utica’s Starved Rock Lodge has been named one of Illinois' 25 must-see buildings by USA Today and the Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), according to the Illinois Valley Area Chamber of Commerce.
LaSalle area residents can safely dispose of sensitive documents on Saturday at a free shredding event hosted by Rep. Jerry Long (R-Streator) at LaSalle-Peru High School, according to his website.
With state funding now in place thanks to a budget, the Illinois Valley Community College (IVCC) Board of Trustees recently approved a tentative budget for 2018, according to a press release.
You might say it's frightening how things have improved for the Hegeler Carus Mansion in La Salle.
Putnam County residents will pay an additional $1.67 million in state income taxes this year, according to an analysis by Local Government Information Services (LGIS).
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Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Morris) wants to derail a troublesome transportation project in her district, she said on her website recently.
Sgt. James Strand of the La Salle Police Department has resigned amid allegations of soliciting a prostitute, according to the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW).
Rep. Tom Demmer (R-Dixon) wants Illinoisans to reject the concessions made to Chicago Public Schools (CPS) in Senate Bill 1, he said on his website recently.
Illinois homeowners should not have to lose their houses because legislators can’t do what they were elected to do, the LaSalle County Republicans argued in a Facebook post recently.
LaSalle County residents will pay an additional $27.5 million in state income taxes this year, according to an analysis by Local Government Information Services (LGIS).
Golfers looking for a fun summer challenge that still leaves a little green in their wallets don’t have to go any farther that Spring Creek Golf Course in Spring Valley.
Bureau County residents will pay an additional $8.88 million in state income taxes this year, according to an analysis by Local Government Information Services (LGIS).
Rep. Tom Demmer (R-Dixon) recently noted that his Summer Reading Club Program is quickly drawing to a close, with a deadline of Aug. 11.
Rep. Jerry Long (R-Streator) said he will be hosting jobs fair Aug. 2 at Wallace Grade School in Ottawa to help area residents connect with employers.
State Rep. David Welter (R-Morris) is inviting Morris residents to attend a seminar on how to avoid identity theft on Aug. 21 at the Morris Public Library.
Peru's Sears store is one of the latest casualties of the retail giant's closure plans, Business Insider recently reported.
Princeton-area sports programs and events are going strong this summer, according to the Bureau County Republican online site BCR News.
Lee County officials are moving ahead with plans to build a new jail after instituting a 0.5 percent sales tax increase for the project via a referendum in April.
Putnam County is bringing the thunder again this year -- as well as a water fight, a car show and a folk band in a historic location.