Tuesday night was a great night for children in Ottawa.
Matt Weaver, a 44-year-old Ottawa native and now former commander of the Ottawa American Legion Post 33, and his family will be the beneficiaries of a benefit 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at the legion, 901 La Salle St.
The French Press, a popular cafe and creperie, is back from a one-week reset and thriving at Columbus and Jefferson streets.
Sen. Dick Durbin was visited the Illinois Valley for the groundbreaking of the Starved Rock Breakwater Project on Wednesday morning.
Charlie Mullen's 15 points and 12 rebounds helped Marquette to beat Seneca for the Tri-County Conference regular-season crown.
Three new Senior Night starters shined early to lead Marquette to a running-clock win over Dwight on Friday.
The Marseilles City Council lauded the idea for a dog park project by Eagle Scout Dylan Trettenero.
The Ottawa City Council will return to LaSalle County a surplus from three TIF districts for distribution.
By doing a smaller repair on side thoroughfares now, more streets in Spring Valley could be included in the city’s annual Streets and Alleys Repair Project list.
After a four-year hiatus, the Midwest Morel Fest will return to Ottawa on May 4.
Marquette hits its first eight shots of the game on its way to a 62-35 running-clock win over Parkview Christian on Thursday.
Representatives of the financing USDA came away impressed with the now 85% completed YMCA in Ottawa.
The Bill Walsh Automotive Group on Tuesday donated $100,000 to the new Ottawa YMCA building.
The La Salle County Board will hear a resolution declaring it a "non-sanctuary county" for migrants.
The annual Eagle Watch Weekend will have a plethora of events this weekend highlighting to the local eagle population.