May 18, 2023
State Sens. Win Stoller and Andrew Chesney express reasons for opposing budget planned passed by Senate Democrats on Thursday.
The annual memorial ceremony was held at Blackberry Township Cemetery.
Among those participating in the solemn parade were members of the Legion, the Oswego East and Oswego High School Marching Bands and local Boys and Girls Scouts.
St. Charles celebrated Memorial Day with a full morning of events Monday, beginning with flag raising ceremonies at local cemeteries, followed by the annual parade and concluding with a memorial service.
American Community Bank and Trust has announced the retirement of Chuck Ruth as its Chairman of the Board. As principal organizer of the bank in 1999, Chuck has provided more than 23 years of outstanding leadership to ACBT bankers and the board of directors.
OWC tours facility, brings check and stuffed animals to advocacy group for abused children
The city's annual parade kicked off at 10 a.m. Monday. It ended with a ceremony at Wheeler Park.
Detour signs will be placed along the route.
A shred truck will be at Elburn's Town and Country Library, and documents will be accepted until 11 a.m. or until the truck is full. Non-perishable food items will also be collected and delivered to the Elburn Food Pantry.
Batavia Chamber of Commerce member Plimsoll celebrated one year of operation at its 525 N. River St. location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, May 23.
The Catholic War Veterans donated $1,000 to the Mendota Fire Department to purchase new extrication equipment.
McGraw will perform Aug. 17.
Woodland High School announced its honor roll for the second semester of the 2022-2023 school year.
The Granville American Legion will be disposing of unserviceable American flags throughout the day on Tuesday, June 13, at the post home, located at 209 N McCoy St.