Lanark, Illinois news
State statute prohibits him for serving in both governmental positions, though, so after the Nov. 8 election, he’ll resign and the Whiteside County Board will have to appoint another Republican to fill that seat.
Substance in question was non-toxic, not hazardous
Carroll County Republican Women will hold a meet-and-greet for 17th District Congressional candidate Esther Joy King from Aug. 31 in Lanark.
The cause of a fire that burned the Carroll Service Co. building in the 300 block of Carroll Street in Lanark on Aug. 4 still is under investigation, Fire Chief Cory Barnes said.
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.
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.
The Kids’ Summer Fun Fair will feature projects, games, bubbles, a scavenger hunt, and other activities.
Katlyn Spong's brother flew in from Japan to present her diploma
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.
A Lanark man was in critical condition today after being thrown from his vehicle Sunday.
Jared Dickman, 22, was westbound on U.S. Route 52 east of Center Drive around 10:14 p.m. when his car left the road, went into the south ditch and overturned, Illinois State Police said in a news release.
The nearly 50-year-old Lanark Building Center, which houses Carroll Service Co., a lumberyard, hardware store and ag coop at 505 W. state Route 64, was destroyed by a fire Sunday.
Firefighters from five counties, many of them volunteers, responded to the blaze, which was called in to 911 around 7:30 p.m. by a passerby who saw smoke in the area, Lanark Fire Chief Cory Barnes said.