Stories about Fulton
The Whiteside County Senior Center will open free food pantries once a month at its satellite locations throughout the county for low-income seniors and the disabled.
Twenty-seven candidates are hoping to become Whiteside County Board members Tuesday. Only 18 seats are available, however. Here's who's running:
Whiteside County voters will be asked Tuesday to increase the countywide sales tax by 1%. Here's why.
Illinois Department of Transportation informs Clinton, Iowa that the South Bridge is scheduled to reopen.
There's a bit of a shuffle going on in downtown Sterling, involving a Brady bunch of local business partners.
A 67-year-old bicyclist from Clinton, Iowa was hit and killed Wednesday on state Route 78/Waller Road near Fulton, the Whiteside County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release Friday.
Shell station takes part in an initiative to make donations to children's charities.
The work zone will extend from Fourth Street to Illinois Route 84 in Fulton.
An Amish haystack dinner and bake sale to help a Fulton couple injured in a buggy crash will be held at the Yoder residence Sept. 14.
The change is required because of the scheduled closure of U.S. Route 30 bridge, also called the South Bridge, for construction.
A benefit fund is established for a rural Fulton couple hospitalized Sunday after a vehicle collided with their buggy in rural Morrison.
Two people were flown to an Iowa City, Iowa hospital Sunday after a car collided with their buggy.
Sixteen Sauk Valley-area school districts and the Whiteside Area Career Center are recipients of some of the $30 million in Illinois State Board of Education school maintenance grants.
Root beer floats will served at the concert
Sacred Call is scheduled to perform