Stories about Savanna, Illinois
The owner of the Ronald Reagan Birthplace and Museum in Tampico last week transferred ownership to the conservative group that recently bought the Reagan Boyhood Home in Dixon.
Eight local communities have received loans, and loan forgiveness, for water infrastructure improvements.
During Republican Day at the Illinois State Fair Thursday, state party leaders sought a message of unity ahead of the 2024 presidential election.
In some fairly predictable responses in the conservative-leaning Sauk Valley, legislative representatives and others reacted Friday to news that the state Supreme Court upheld a ban on semiautomatic assault guns.
Two area towns each will receive a Community Development Block Grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity that will be used “to make critical repairs to water, sewer, and drainage infrastructure,” the governor’s office said in a news release.
Rep. Tony McCombie holds her second annual Sweet Corn Day Event
A Minnesota company’s acquisition of family-owned, Savanna-based Sullivan’s Foods, which has 11 grocery stores, including those in Savanna, Mt. Morris, and Morrison, is complete.
Event will include face painting, bounce houses, and sweet corn at 9317 Illinois Route 84 from 4-7 p.m.
A 22-year-old Chadwick man was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison for driving drunk and killing a Mount Carrol woman on Aug. 20.
The lights on the bridges over the Mississippi River in Fulton and Savanna will not be turned on after dark, starting Wednesday.
Gov. JB Pritzker began a tour of the state to tout the new state budget that lawmakers passed last week, stopping at two university campuses Wednesday to highlight the spending plan’s increased funding for higher education.
The event is open to their districts' constituents.
Awards made to graduating seniors who will train at a vocational-technical school or community college.
The club is open to elementary school students who live or attend school in the 89th District.
Northern Illinois lawmakers called for changes to Illinois’ political system following the conviction of three ex-lobbyists and the former Commonwealth Edison CEO in federal court this week.