The featured movie will be "Jonah: A Veggietales Adventure." This animated Christian musical comedy film contains adventure and a message of giving and receiving second chances.
Dixon American Legion Post 12 will serve chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, a vegetable, roll, salad and dessert from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, dine in or carry out, at the post at 1120 W. First St.
Rock Falls Tourism to close out summer events with final Jammin' on the Rock and Food Truck Friday
Whoever is elected Illinois secretary of state in November — Democrat Alexi Giannoulias or Republican state Rep. Dan Brady — we hope the winner maintains the strong support for libraries exhibited by Jesse White, who is leaving the office after six terms.
Friends of the Princeton Public Library will hold its July 2022 book sale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 21 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, July 22.
A survey of Shaw Media readers all across central Illinois shows deep concern over how inflation has influenced their lives, and how it might do so in the future.
The Alzheimer’s Caring Friends Support Group will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, June 20, in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Hall at 344 Joliet St., La Salle.
A Metra commuter train on the Union Pacific West line was stopped Tuesday morning in Geneva after fatally striking a woman, according to the city of Geneva and a Metra alert.
Opinion: This being an election year and all, perhaps spines will stiffen and we can get some more significant ethics laws in Illinois. We’re not holding our breath.
Our View: The lessons our children are learning this week have nothing to do with education, and more to do with the worst of the worst of politics.
Our View: We have two choices as a society: Get vaccinated. Or accept that many people are going to continue to die unnecessarily.
With new mask guidance, the CDC and IDPH are asking the vaccinated to save the unvaccinated from themselves, our editorial board writes.
The best thing you can do to keep the choice to mask or not in schools in the hands of parents and kids is to get vaccinated, our editorial board writes.
While the lottery encourages more people to get vaccinated, this game sets a bad example. There has to be another way to get people vaccinated without making it yet another game of chance.
The first members of the Hall of Fame will be bands REO Speedwagon, Chicago, Cheap Trick, Ides of March and The Buckinghams; bluesmen Buddy Guy and Muddy Waters; deejays Dick Biondi and Larry Lujack; Chicago radio powerhouse WLS-AM; and Chess Records, a Chicago blues label founded by two brothers who immigrated from Poland.