Marseilles, Illinois news
Company B, 766th Brigade Engineer Battalion (BEB), based in Marseilles, was named runner up in the Army National Guard Company Level 1 category of the Chief of Staff, Army Supply Excellence Award program for 2020.
A family-owned laundromat opened Monday on the 300 block of Main Street in Marseilles.
Speakers during 9/11 ceremony in Marseilles recall acts of heroism and sacrifice.
The La Salle County Veterans Assistance Commission is hosting events to help veterans with post traumatic stress disorder and military sexual trauma.
Ziggy’s Bar and Grill in Marseilles honored the 13 soldiers who lost their lives in an Aug. 19 attack outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport Kabul, Afghanistan.
A 55-year-old Lake Barrington man was arrested Friday morning and charged with drug induced homicide after authorities said he delivered drugs that attributed to a 15-year-old boy’s death.
Local educators are looking forward to retaining normalcy with the return of full-time, in-person learning.
A former member of the Marseilles City Council, Bob Davis, approached the council Wednesday to ask it to pull the plug on the project that will extend water and sewer lines to Interstate 80 — and the council defended its decision.
Many communities have applied for this round of Community Development Block Grants after seeing the success Marseilles had with its first round with the program.