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The Streator City Council accepted a bid Wednesday of $646,426 for its 2024 general revenue road project.
Eight members of the Streator Fire Department and EMS were honored Wednesday for saving the life of a Streator resident in a Jan. 1 fire.
Streator is moving forward on a pair of house demolitions, including a former rental house deemed a nuisance following a shooting this past summer.
The Streator City Council agreed to give a company up to two years to create a solar farm on the former Smith Douglas fertilizer manufacturing site.
The Streator City Council and Streator High School Board are moving forward to buy two electronic radar speed signs near the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Bloomington Street, where students regularly cross.
The Streator City Council recently approved a pair of downtown facade grants and placed a Bloomington Street facade grant request on hold until July 1.
Motorists traveling through downtown Streator may have noticed a return of flow Thursday between traffic lights.
Streator firefighters no longer will be involved with code enforcement duties.
Streator residents are two times more likely to be resuscitated and three times more likely to return to a normal life after experiencing a cardiac arrest compared to the national averages, according to new data shared by the Streator Fire Department.
The Streator City Council talked Tuesday about its options should a bus of migrants stop short on its way to Chicago and abandon its passengers in Streator.
Streator is seeking a $650,000 grant to rehabilitate about 10 single-family, owner-occupied homes.
The Streator City Council took a step forward Wednesday on repairing the Kelly Street bridge.
The Streator City Council will vote on its tax levy Wednesday, after reaching a consensus last week.
Chances are Streator residents will be paying more on their property tax bills, not because of an increase in the tax rate, but because their property has been assessed at a higher value.
The Streator Police Department reminded anyone driving non-street legal vehicles their vehicles will be impounded and they will be ticketed, following a crash Tuesday on Route 23.