Stories about Livingston County
Nonprofit organizations in La Salle, Bureau, Putnam, Marshall or Livingston counties that “inspire, empower, and benefit women and children” are encouraged to apply to WIN's grant application period.
State Rep. Jason R. Bunting (R-Emington) announced will be hosting traveling office hours in Streator and Chenoa on Tuesday Sept. 5.
An excessive heat watch has been put in place Wednesday and Thursday for Northern Illinois with meteorologists concerned heat indexes could reach as hot as 115 degrees.
State Rep. Lance Yednock (D-Ottawa) said Sunday he will not seek reelection in November 2024, but he will serve the remainder of his term.
The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for Sunday for most of Northern Illinois.
New Principal Kimberly Hughes and Assistant Principal Lindsay Ferrari bring educational experience to Ottawa's Lincoln School.
Registered voters in Livingston County will be receiving new voter registration cards (yellow postcards) during the next couple of weeks.
The Livingston County Health Department will be assisting in the collection of unused tires in an effort to reduce mosquito breeding grounds by providing a means of environmentally safe tire disposal.
A man was arrested Thursday in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in connection with Saturday’s shooting at Carriage Lane Estates in South Streator.
Two Streator women and a man were arrested Thursday after an investigation into a burglary.
The following Illinois Valley students have made dean’s list for the spring 2023 semester at their respective colleges.
The following students from the Illinois Valley graduated from their respective colleges in the spring of 2023.
About 60 runners participated Saturday in the second annual Safe Journeys Color Run in Streator.
Woodland Elementary School, south of Streator, participated in a coloring contest for the upcoming Long Point sesquicentennial coming up in July.
Woodland High School, south of Streator, conducted its annual honors night Wednesday.