The number of COVID-19 related deaths in La Salle County this month has exceeded the number in all of September 2020.
A Leland man was cited Thursday night after police said he struck a railroad overpass in Shabbona with a boom truck and left the scene.
OSF HealthCare said this week most of the cases of COVID-19 in its hospitals continue to be mostly among those who have not gotten vaccinated.
Streator will try again for funding to install sidewalks connecting Kimes School with Main Street.
After four years on the Streator City Council, Joe Scarbeary resigned Wednesday night to accept a job as the city’s full-time building inspector.
The Streator City Council will vote Wednesday to buy a parking lot on the 100 block of South Sterling Street that will add 10 to 20 public spaces in the city’s downtown.
Streator residents are throwing away nearly 30% more solid waste than in 2019.
Gaetanos Vault owner Rick Wilkinson said he was inspired to turn the former Union Bank building in downtown Streator into an upscale restaurant after seeing the energy building up downtown.
Ever since she was a little kid, Lucy Zavada wanted to open a sweet shop.
The Illinois State Police conducted surveillance at 24 locations in Peru, La Salle, Ottawa and Utica, they found four establishments involved in the sale of an alcoholic beverage to a minor, according to their report.
La Salle County continues to see a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases.
The search for a missing Illinois State University student will continue this weekend in La Salle-Peru, including a staging area being set at the high school.
Streator’s downtown will be hoppin’ Saturday.
Since June when the General Assembly adjourned without an energy bill, state Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Morris) has called for lawmakers to get back to work on legislation ensuring nuclear plants in Morris and Byron would remain operational.
Prior to President Joe Biden’s remarks Tuesday at the White House acknowledging 100 to 200 American citizens were unable to get out of Afghanistan when the airlift ended Monday, U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Channahon) said he’s been on the phone with pilots seeking alternative solutions for anyone looking to leave.