Stories about Livingston County
A Streator man and two Ottawa men were arrested following a Tri-County Drug Enforcement Narcotics Team investigation into cocaine sales in La Salle and Livingston counties.
Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White awarded $18.1 million in Illinois Public Library Per Capita and Equalization Aid Grants to 638 public libraries serving almost 12 million patrons, including several libraries in La Salle, Bureau, Putnam, Marshall and Livingston counties.
The Bizzy Bee Activity and Learning Center celebrated its recent opening within the past year with the Streator Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Areas along Interstate 80 and to its south should be on alert for storms until about 9 p.m., said the National Weather Service in Chicago.
With the beginning of the school year already underway for most school districts, a bus driver shortage is throwing a wrench into transportation to and from school, causing local school districts to seek solutions.
Flu season is just around the corner and the Livingston County Health Department is helping local businesses prepare.
Doctors and medical providers will not be able to deny someone an organ transplant because of mental or physical disabilities, after legislation filed by state Sen. Jason Barickman (R-Bloomington) was recently signed into law by the governor.
Northern Illinois could see up to a quarter size of hail this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
State Rep. Lance Yednock, D-Ottawa, sponsored a constitutional amendment to protect employees’ rights to collectively bargain in Illinois.