Stories about Malta, Illinois
Matthew T. Plote, 36, is accused of killing Melissa Lamesch, 27, and her unborn baby on Nov. 25, 2020, and then setting fire to her home in Mount Morris to conceal their deaths.
Kishwaukee College awarded the Littman Stethoscope Award to five registered nursing program students for the spring semester.
Kishwaukee College will host a Visit Day for prospective students and their families Feb. 19.
Kishwaukee College is accepting nominations for the 2024 Awards of Excellence. The Awards of Excellence recognize Kishwaukee College employees for their contributions to the college’s mission.
Kishwaukee College is offering scholarship opportunities to help cover students’ education costs.
Meet the Malta resident and DeKalb schoolteacher who founded Ken’s Kakes.
Kishwaukee College will host an online workshop on how to become a home daycare provider as part of its Early Childhood Education professional development series in February.
Kishwaukee College will host several events and discussions to celebrate Black History Month throughout February.
A DeKalb woman was hospitalized Thursday after she was found trapped in her car following a rollover crash near Malta, authorities said.
The Kishwaukee College early learning center received continuing accreditation from the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs.
They include a jury trial set in a Sterling triple homicide/arson case and a March trial date set in connection with the death of a pregnant Mt. Morris woman.
Kishwaukee College recently was awarded more than $2 million from the U.S. Department of Education which will be distributed over five years to target student retention efforts, according to a news release.
Kishwaukee College recently recognized 22 students for their completion of the college’s registered nursing program during a pinning ceremony.
More than 100 Kishwaukee College students graduated this weekend during the college’s Fall 2023 Commencement Ceremony.
Malta United Methodist Church will host its annual cookie walk Saturday to support its Capital Improvement Fund.