Marseilles residents may be able to order an alcoholic beverage with their carryout or delivery orders, provided all laws are followed.
Election season doesn't pick up for quite awhile, but committee persons aim to represent party leadership.
Allen Park, south of the Illinois River in Ottawa, is getting fixed over the winter after parts of the sidewalk have become unusable and parts of the seawall fell into the river.
The Democratic representative from the 14th District aims to represent a redrawn district that now includes Ottawa, La Salle, Peru, DeKalb, and her hometown of Naperville.
Heritage Woods in Ottawa is the new home of Rosie the Robot, an autonomous food delivery robot that carries plates to residents.
With the rise in unhoused people that comes with economic hardship, the Ottawa homeless shelter has purchased an empty lot at 401 E. McKinley Rd. with the intent of building a larger facility.
Ottawa Elementary adopted the updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to reduce quarantine times for those with COVID-19 or exposed to it to five days now the Illinois State Board of Education made plans to do the same.
Supply shortages are causing some challenges with getting technology parts for repairs, as La Salle County repair shops analyze the impact Right-to-Repair orders have had in the industry.
With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on schools in flux and COVID-19 cases rising yet again, the La Salle County Health Department has had to focus its attention on high-risk patients, such as the elderly and the unvaccinated.
The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation is launching a new initiative to provide a grant to a different community group in the La Salle, Bureau, Putnam and neighboring county region four times per year.
Anyone looking to get rid of a real Christmas tree will be able to do so Monday, Jan. 31, at Riordan Pool, 500 E. Norris Dr., Ottawa.
Ottawa and Streator elementary school districts are experiencing bus driver shortages, and asking parents to help out by bringing and picking up their children to and from school.
Snowmobilers were surprised to find the Illinois and Michigan Canal’s pathways in Ottawa plowed after last weekend’s snowstorm, but City Engineer Tom Duttlinger said this is not the norm.
The Ottawa City Council approved the $1,537,500 purchase of a new tower truck to replace the Ottawa Fire Department’s old truck.
The Ottawa American Legion Post 33′s trivia night benefitting the Auxiliary has been postponed because of the increase in COVID-19 activity in Ottawa.