Stories about Byron, Illinois
Officers help with coordinating events around Section 2 and with doing chapter visits for the upcoming school year.
One person is dead and six others were injured after a three-vehicle crash early this afternoon on state Route 2 north of Oregon.
Field trip to Jerrett Prairie Center in Byron covered by state grant
Exelon is now separated into two companies, one handling carbon-free energy production and the other as the transmission and distribution utility.
Bruce Biermann, 70, of Byron, died at SwedishAmerican Hospital after being transported there for treatment following a one vehicle crash.
Byron schools go on adaptive pause; statement from school said it followed recommendation of Ogle County Health Department
Donations of sleds and saucers are being requested for free service at Byron Forest Preserve
After two scintillating wins in the 3A playoffs, Byron’s 35-7 conquest of Tolono Unity in the IHSA finals almost came too easily. Jumping out to a 20-0 lead, the Tigers gained a sweet dose of redemption after two narrow losses in the championship games in 2018 and 2019.
All-State running back Chandler Binkley scored a 3-yard touchdown run on fourth and goal with five seconds left, and took in the two-point conversion, as Byron stunned IC Catholic Prep with two touchdowns in the final four minutes for a 15-14 win in a Class 3A semifinal in Elmhurst.
An indoor holiday market featuring unique gifts and tasty treats will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Byron Museum of History, 110 N. Union St.
Evidence coming to light in the first-degree murder case of Duane Meyer may be suppressed if the defense can convince a judge that investigators lied to obtain it.
House vote on state energy bill welcome, but for the folks in Byron, the nuclear generating station won't be saved until legislation clears the senate.
Aspiring archaeologists can learn about arrow heads, spear points and prehistoric tools
It's been nearly 5 years since Maggie and Amos Meyer, 3, were killed in Byron