Stories about Milledgeville, Illinois
Each school district within the Bi-County Special Education Cooperative area will conduct screenings of preschoolers on various dates from February to May 2024.
No one injured in fire that broke out Sunday morning at 507 15th Ave., Sterling.
A new steakhouse is coming to Sterling, and a package craft beer joint is opening a full-service tap.
Proceeds from this year’s event to benefit Forreston High School student who is battling leukemia
The man who drove drunk and killed a Sterling woman more than six years ago was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison.
The man who drove drunk and killed a Sterling woman more than six years ago is set to be sentenced Monday – unless his request to reschedule a fourth time because of ongoing medical treatment is granted.
Eight local communities have received loans, and loan forgiveness, for water infrastructure improvements.
Kids activities during the day and then the ever-popular demolition derby at 7 p.m.
Carnival rides start at 3 p.m. and a live concert is at 7:30 p.m..
Carnival runs from 4-10 p.m.
Family fun with a carnival and Badger State Tractor Pull
Tuesday, Aug. 8: Illini State Truck Pull, 6:30 p.m. (free grandstand)
Carnival, demolition derby all part of the week's events
Juan Antonio “Tony” Anaya is presumed to have died, City Manager Scott Shumard said in an update sent about 3 p.m.
It’s not yet known if the building destroyed by fire early Friday had smoke alarms, and there is no indication that an explosion preceded the blaze, Sterling City Manager Scott Shumard said in an email Sunday.