Streator, Illinois news
Centennial School in Streator will have some new looks when students return to school Aug. 18.
The Streator City Council decided it did not want to disrupt the momentum of its downtown facade program, approving $60,000 worth of projects when the budget for the program had half of that amount slated.
The Catholic Diocese of Peoria said the decision whether a student will wear a mask or will be vaccinated will be left up to the parents or guardians of the students within its schools.
Residents who utilize on-street parking on Hoyne Street, River Avenue and Coal Street in Streator should take notice.
The Streator High School Board plans to meet Wednesday, July 28, to talk about procedures for returning to full-time, in-person learning in the 2021-2022 school year.
The Streator Elementary District will require everyone in its buildings to wear a mask for the 2021-2022 school year, unless they prove they are fully-vaccinated from COVID-19.
Three craft marijuana growing proposals in Streator, a craft grower in Marseilles, a craft grower in Peru and a marijuana dispensary proposal in Peru may soon get word whether they will be approved by the state.
The Streator City Councilwill vote Wednesday, July 21, on forbidding parking on Hoyne Street from 12th to James streets, disallowing parking on River Avenue from La Salle to Court streets and prohibiting parking on the east side of Coal Street from Charles Street to the dead end.
With money left in the city of Streator’s budget for two more business facade grants, the Plan Commission recommended four grants Tuesday.
Sombreros and Stetsons, an event centered around Hispanic music, is a go Sunday, Aug. 22, at Heritage Park.