Clark’s Run Antiques could undergo an expansion now that its owners have the preliminary OK to rezone a neighboring parcel.
Ottawa to amend alcohol in parks ordinance, but residents won’t be bringing their own to family gatherings
Alcohol will not be permitted at family outings any time soon at Ottawa parks, it appeared from conversation Thursday among the Ottawa City Council.
Three Marseilles men killed in action in Vietnam will have streets named for them on Memorial Day.
Longtime Utica village trustee Mary Pawlak died Tuesday, May 23, 2023, following a short illness. Her colleagues remembered her for her more-than-three decades service to the village.
The orange pylons and construction barrels come down this week, along with the temporary signage. By Memorial Day, the Utica roundabout will be fully functional.
With agreements complete, the Marseilles City Council will vote to annex property near Interstate 80 at its next meeting.
Streator to celebrate 1983 high school softball champions with Champions Day, honorary street naming
June 10 will be Champions Day in Streator, in celebration of Streator High School's softball state championship in 1983.
The Rutland Village Board has approved a $5 million grant to install a sanitary sewer system within the community a month after the board voted to reject the same plan.
The Ottawa City Council on Tuesday presented two-time IESA state champion wrestler Mayson Munson with a special sign.