Fourteen teams competed for first place in this second annual fundraiser for United Cerebral Palsy-Center for Disability Services in Joliet.
The Mt. Morris Fire Protection District is looking to construct a new home base, although personnel still are working on determining where it will be located.
Singer-songwriter Michael McDermott and Heather Lynne Horton, fiddle player and background vocalist, are both standout solo artists who will appear as a duo for the benefit concert for Mercy Home for Boys & Girls at The Venue in downtown Aurora.
A four-day barn sale to raise money for Serenity Hospice and Home begins July 21 at 1194 W. Mud Creek Road, north of Oregon.
Donated books, CDs and DVDs will be collected through Aug. 1.
As part of its lineup, The Venue presents a benefit for Mercy Home for Boys & Girls featuring Michael McDermott and Heather Horton on Saturday, July 23.
The foundation’s mission is to support the JTHS community. Auction items include vacation packages, sports-themed items, and items donated by JTHS alumni.
Vinnie Gincauskas, 15, has volunteered for Lockport’s Haunted Hayride and at the Lockport Resource Center. He likes antiques, history, musicals, theater and the Titanic. He also has a cancer so rare, no standard of care exists.
The Sterling Police Department is asking residents to “Stock the Squad” Friday by filling squad cars with personal hygiene and cleaning supplies, in a benefit for the Salvation Army.
A 22-year-old Lanark man injured a nearly week ago when his pickup overturned remained in critical condition Friday at Javon Bea Hospital in Rockford.
A Polo man who suffered multiple broken bones and internal injuries in a head-on collision May 19 remained in critical condition Friday in a Rockford hospital.
Fundraisers are ongoing for a Polo man who suffered multiple broken bones and internal injuries in a head-on collision Thursday.
The park chop dinner drive-thru, sponsored by by Custom Catering and BBQ and the bank, begins at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Eastland High School, 500 S. School Drive, and will last until the food runs out.
A drive-thru pork chop dinner fundraiser and a bank account have been established to raise money the family of Jared Dickman, 22, of Lanark, who was critically injured in a crash Saturday.
A GoFundMe fundraiser is set up for the family of a 22-year-old Lanark man critically injured in a one-vehicle crash Saturday.