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As part of its riverfront development project, the City Council Monday hired a consulting firm to study the feasibility of creating a railroad “quiet zone.”
Sterling Main Street is taking applications for its new retail business incubator, Shoppes at Grandon Plaza, which is set to open in the spring.
A $3.3 million project to widen and resurface a little less than a mile of Locust Street/state Route 40 in Sterling is postponed.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration Monday made public its final incident report outlining errors made during the Dec. 4 fire that took the life of Sterling firefighter Lt. Garrett Ramos.
As $3 million in work is poised to get underway on the reconstruction of Wallace Street, a key component in Sterling’s riverfront development, the City Council Monday prioritized more than $7.2 million in projects for the next phase of its plan.
The Sterling City Council Monday unanimously passed economic incentives for the developer who plans to spend $14 million to redevelop the former Kmart site in the East Lincolnway business corridor.
The Sterling City Council is poised to approve economic incentives for the developer who plans to spend $14 million to redevelop the former Kmart site in the East Lincolnway business corridor.
The Sterling City Council agreed to pay nearly $180,000 for vehicle and body cameras for the police department.
The city will allocate $300,000 of its nearly $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to a new roof for Sterling Theater,
The Dixon and Sterling councils have approved the increased fees, and Rock Falls could be voting on upping fees soon.
A local developer plans to build 10 luxury, furnished apartments in the top five floors of the Midland States Banks building in downtown Sterling
The Sterling City Council Monday created an ordinance allowing and governing recreational fires within city limits.
Dig it! The City Council declared Tuesday Lexi Rodriguez Day at its meeting Monday.
Sterling City Council discusses pension bonds, approves tax levy estimate
Upgrades to the downtown Central Park begin in the spring