Stories about Morris, Illinois
The Grundy County Coroner's Office announced Saturday that it has identified the woman shot and killed by police on Friday as Alivia A. Scwab, 40, of Morris.
Morris attorney John D. Peacock announced Monday that he is running to become a Circuit Judge in the 13th District.
The City of Morris will distribute leaf bags to residents from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 7 in Goold Park, 308 Northern Ave.
The Morris Area Public Library is hosting a library construction committee meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the library basement at 604 Liberty St.
The Coal City School District is hosting an event called Wake Up Call - What Parents Should Know from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Coal City High School Performing Arts Center, 655 W. Division St.
The Grundy County Corn Festival Parade made its way down Liberty Street Sunday afternoon.
Scott Robbins, 28, of Morris, was sentenced to seven years in prison by Judge Scott Belt after Robbins pleaded guilty to one count of drug-induced homicide, a Class X felony.
Seasonal respiratory influenza viruses circulate during the fall and winter months, and the Grundy County Health Department has vaccines available to help fight them.
The Prairie Creek Library presents "I Read Dead People," a live performance program, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26 at 501 Carriage House Lane.
Homecoming is a time to commemorate the pride one has for their school community and in this community, there is a lot of Coaler Pride to celebrate.
Kids competed in the water fights Saturday morning at the Grundy County Corn Festival.
Community Foundation of Grundy County Executive Director Julianne Buck shares some information on the group 100+ Women Who Care of Grundy County, which is nearing its donation goal.
The Grundy County Health Department is offering a Certified Food Protection Manager course on Wednesday, Oct. 11.
A person was fatally shot by Morris police Friday as officers responded to reports of what was described as an armed distraught person in an apartment parking lot.
The Illinois Department of Agriculture confirmed the first detection of spotted lanternfly in Illinois on Sept. 16.