Spring Valley, Illinois news
Spring cleanup and grounds preparation at Valley Memorial Park cemetery in Spring Valley will begin March 1 or as weather allows.
Hall High School in Spring Valley named its Lil’ Abner and Daisy Mae of the 2024 Sadie Hawkins Dance.
DeKalb County State’s Attorney Rick Amato this month ordered DeKalb Alderwoman Carolyn “Morris” Zasada, running for state rep. in the 76th District, to stop sending emails soliciting money for her campaign to city of DeKalb employees, emails Zasada said were sent by mistake.
The Mendota boys basketball team defeated Hall in a Class 2A Hall Regional quarterfinal Wednesday.
A look at all the boys basketball regionals involving NewsTribune area teams.
The Spring Valley City Clerk’s Office will be closed Monday, Feb. 19, for Presidents' Day.
Two juveniles are in custody after Spring Valley police recovered a stolen car early Thursday morning.
The Bureau, La Salle, Marshall-Putnam Master Gardener Program will be offering several seed starting workshops in February and March to answer many of the questions new and old gardeners alike have about the seed starting process.
The majority of the Bureau County Board voted Tuesday in favor of declaring the county a non-sanctuary to migrants, pledging instead to rededicate its “limited resources” to its residents.
A jury trial has been scheduled for a Princeton man charged with multiple counts of possession and dissemination of child sexual abuse images and videos.
The Princeton girls basketball team won its regional semifinal, the Fieldcrest boys basketball tied the school record for wins, the IVCC men's basketball team won the conference title and more in Tuesday's NewsTribune roundup.
Fat Tuesday was celebrated from Spring Valley to Marseilles, and parts in between in the Illinois Valley, with bakeries selling paczkis. The Polish pastries date back to the 1700s when bakers would use up their sugars, jellies and other items for the treats prior to Lent.
The Morrison girls basketball team made a 14-2 run to close the first half and pulled away from Hall in a Class 2A Hall Regional semifinal on Monday.
The Hall and Fieldcrest girls basketball teams advanced in the postseason and more basketball and bowling results in Saturday's NewsTribune roundup.
The St. Bede boys basketball team earned a double overtime win and more basketball results in Friday's NewsTribune roundup.