Stories about Polo, Illinois
A three-day trial is scheduled in May in Ogle County Court for a Polo man charged with three counts of first-degree murdrer in the death of an Oregon man shot more than two years ago.
University of Illinois Extension for Ogle County announced that registration is open for the Northern Illinois 4-H Summer Camp, which will be June 11-15 at Rock River Christian Camp in Polo.
Masks and mystery abound in annual gala.
Thomas Falk's favorite memory of school has been homecoming.
Polo is one of 16 members of the EV Readiness Program’s inaugural cohort, which “will help communities streamline policies and implement best practices for safe and effective regional transportation electrification" to meet a growing demand for electric vehicles.
Polo Christmas Festival organizers say there was a “great turnout” for the fourth annual event, despite the chilly weather.
Polo Area Community Theatre will be performing "A Candle in the Window" starting this Friday. The story revolves around a group of weary travelers and how they've come together while being stranded in a train station.
The Ogle County Solid Waste Management Department will be collecting holiday light strands and extension cords for recycling.
New or gently used coats, hats, scarves, mittens and gloves are accepted.
A 24-year-old Polo man was sentenced Wednesday in Ogle County Court for possession of child pornography.
Ana Faivre is a 17-year-old senior at Polo High School. Her parents are Andy and Amanda Faivre.
The state fire marshal is trying to determine the cause of a fire Monday morning that destroyed the decades-old Auction City building at 2505 W. Fourth St. in Dixon.
The Polo Health Board’s ruling to condemn 601 South Division Ave., which was declared “unfit for human occupancy” by the city building inspector, was upheld following an appeal by the owner.
An 18-year-old Polo man pleaded guilty Monday to four counts of having pornographic photos and videos of children younger than 13 on his cellphone.
Polo's annual chili cook-off is set for Sept. 24, with tastings taking place from noon to 3 p.m. The deadline to register a team is Sept. 16.