Stories about Amboy, Illinois
The Princeton and Amboy co-op football teams are playoff eligible, while La Salle-Peru, St. Bede, Hall-Putnam County, Bureau Valley and Fieldcrest all need more wins to reach the postseason.
The Mendota boys soccer team split a pair of games Friday in the Great River Classic, and more soccer and football results in Friday's NewsTribune roundup.
For his September 2023 local business highlight, State Rep. Bradley Fritts chose to highlight Amboy Food and Liquor.
The city of Amboy and itsTeen Turf program were recognized Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2023 with the Governo's Hometown Award.
The city of Amboy and their Teen Turf program was recognized Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2023 with the Governors Hometown Award.
A van carrying four adults and 10 juveniles rolled over on Interstate 39 near Troy Grove on Saturday night, sending all occupants to area hospitals.
The winners of the 2023 Princeton Homestead Days Car Show have been announced.
Dinges Fire Company, a family-owned fire equipment and apparatus distribution business based in Amboy, has expanded its service area, bringing the total to 10 Midwestern states the 22-year-old company serves.
9/11 ceremony carried out Saturday on Sauk Valley Community College grounds
The St. Bede football team beat Walther Christian 54-0 on Saturday, while the Amboy co-op routed Martinsville 60-8.
A look at the top area football players through two weeks of the season.
A look at the top area football players after Week 1 of the season.
One individual was injured in the structure fire that took place just before 11 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 28 in the 600 block of Celebration Drive in Princeton.
“Community Together in Unity, Remembering the 22nd Anniversary of 9/11″ will begin at 10 a.m. at Sauk Valley Community College.
Angela Bowman, of Sublette, won one of the most coveted prizes in Northern Illinois – the Amboy Depot Days 50/50.