Spring Valley, Illinois news
Distribution will be between 9 a.m. and noon and 4 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29, curbside at Hall Township Food Pantry, located on the south side of the 500 N. Terry St. building.
Twenty-nine students participated in the Illinois Junior Chefs program in Streator put on by the U of I Extension. They gained cooking skills and information on nutrition. The program will have upcoming sessions in Spring Valley, La Salle and Oglesby.
The Spring Valley Municipal Band recently performed its first concert of the season.
Tamaleria Rosy Tamales y Champurrado is scheduled to open Tuesday at 210 E. St. Paul St. in downtown Spring Valley. Mayor Melanie Malooley Thompson announced the opening during Monday’s City Council meeting.
Regardless of where a resident lives in Spring Valley, Monday will be their garbage pickup day beginning Aug. 1.
Tucked into a small storefront on Spring Valley’s St. Paul Street, Lucero’s, a supermarket and Mexican restaurant, offers authentic, homestyle Mexican cuisine along with grocery staples.
Eucharistic processions are common across the globe but La Salle’s is increasingly getting nods for its size, pageantry and cross-cultural participation.
La Salle-Peru High School offers free career and technical classes to middle school students to engage their interests early.
Spring Valley Youth Center recently received a $3,000 donation from Jack's Tap.
The Spring Valley City Band will hosts its first concert of the summer 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, just outside of the front of Hall High School, 800 W. Erie St.
Hall High School in Spring Valley will destroy student records that are at least five years old.
Newly-named postmasters in Oglesby, Ottawa, Spring Valley, Utica and Mendota were sworn-in recently.
Summer activities continue in the Illinois Valley with day-long festivals planned in Ottawa, Spring Valley and Neponset.
Low-to-moderate income homeowners within specific neighborhoods in Streator, Ottawa, Marseilles and Spring Valley may be eligible for housing rehabilitation grants.
A classic car, truck and motorcycle show to benefit the Spring Valley Historic Association is scheduled noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 12, in the 100 and 200 blocks of West St. Paul Street in downtown Spring Valley.