More and more government agencies are putting public records online, allowing citizens to avoid the maze of bureaucracy to obtain documents.
THE STORY SO FAR: In the woods north of New York City lies Sleepy Hollow, which is reputed to be haunted.
Local schools started in early August, I haven't checked in on the MDA Telethon since Jerry Lewis was ousted as host and my family has no part…
3 ... 2 ...1 ... *whistle blow.*
A man on a conditional release for murder charges in Arkansas is being held in the La Salle County Jail, after he was arrested Wednesday in a Marseilles subdivision.
An early-morning rollover accident left a Streator woman dead Saturday.
The driver involved in a deadly two-vehicle crash three weeks ago near Utica, was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence of alcohol.
Exelon reported two sidearms were found to be missing July 27 from its nuclear plant, just south of Marseilles.
"Old houses stand dreaming by the roadside. How often does the passer-by note their ancient characteristics and wonder what vicissitudes during the long years have combined to give these places their rustic appearance?"
La Salle and Oglesby police departments confirmed they each received 911 calls about a motorist in a pickup truck driving erratically just hours before a crash that killed a 33-year-old Peru woman Aug. 5.
For decades, Lee Pakula was well-known throughout Starved Rock Country as a talented musician and singer in such local rock bands as Cheese Pizza and Nikki Foxx.
Jacob Bramel, 23, of Marseilles, announced his candidacy for 76th District Illinois House of Representatives — which is currently held by Democrat Frank Mautino, of Spring Valley.
A priest who, was served from 1994 to 1995 at St. Mary Church in Wenona and St. John the Baptist Church in Lostant, was told Wednesday to step down from the priesthood, because of an allegation of sexual misconduct.
August 4th at Noon for pot luck. Bring a dish to pass. Free Bingo following.
Held at KC Hall on Main Street, Ottawa at Noon on Sept 1. Bring a dish to pass and play free bingo.
This hands-on training will prepare you with the knowledge, skills and techniques to help your pets in the event of a medical emergency. Your certified instructor will demonstrate hands-on skills and cover valuable first aid skills to keep both dogs and cats happy and healthy. Learn how to avoid danger areas, identify mistakes that can turn into emergencies in a second, how to put together your own first aid kit and know how to use it. *Do not bring pets to class. Tuition for instruction is $85. Please bring a $20 material fee payable to the instructor for the required PetSaver handbook. Upon successful completion, each participant will receive a certificate and wallet card. Preregistration is required.Please call the IVCC Continuing Education Center at 815-224-0427.
Thursday, September 17, 2015, 5:30pm Cocktails, 6:00pm Dinner