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A Peoria woman narrowly avoided prison Friday for what’s believed to be the first meth-related fatal crash in La Salle County history.
Summer festivals, outdoor concerts, car shows, theater performances and fun runs among the weekend's top activities in the Illinois Valley — and of course, fireworks!
The Burlington Northern/Santa Fe railroad crossing at Lundy Street in Streator still needs more repairs.
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 Streator City Council reached a consensus Monday to contract American Medical Response Solutions to provide 911 ambulance service for the community, now Wednesday the council gave permission for the city manager and fire chief to buy ambulances for AMR to use.
Construction may start Thursday to repave Fulton Street in Streator.
A coffeehouse concert was presented Wednesday at More on Main in Streator by the Poco a Poco Festival.
Brynna Beutke, of Woodland High School, and Lydia Schultz, of Streator High School received a $500 scholarship at the Streator Leading Ladies June 16 meeting.
Lil Miss Sparkler and Mr. Firecracker in Streator will be crowned 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, at the Northpoint stage to kick off the Streator 4th of July Celebration.
Two motorists were ticketed, and one injured, following a two-vehicle crash at 7:55 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Route 23 and North 18th Road, north of Streator, La Salle County Sheriff’s Office said.
Bill Dvorak, of Grand Ridge, has been selling vinyl records for at least 35 years — most of his life.
The Streator City Council will have to wait for another special City Council meeting to announce American Medical Response Solutions as the city’s new official ambulance provider, but the council came to a consensus in favor of it Monday during a special meeting.
The Poco a Poco Festival, founded by professional mezzo-soprano singer Kate Tombaugh, will once again attract freshmen through newly-graduated seniors who are passionate about music to Streator.
Bouncy house and a "treasure" dig part of the activities for the Streator Library's summer reading program.
A new restaurant opened in downtown Streator earlier this week.