The 2024 Chrysler Pacifica enters its seventh year as one of the very best in the class. While the hybrid version is without a doubt the cutting edge for technology, the future for the Pacifica no doubt holds ample EV promise.
The Will County Division of Transportation is holding two public information meetings in December about the future of Wilmington-Peotone Road, between Interstate 55 and Drecksler Road.
City officials will host an open house Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023, to familiarize residents with Dixon’s Project Rock.
The Ford F-150 Tremor is a very capable daily driver pickup for anyone who wants on-road comfort with plenty of off-road capability. The Tremor Supercrew variant has everything a full-size pickup owner dreams of – and then some.
Elegant and big on power, the 2023 Lincoln Navigator doesn't have a lot of competitors that can achieve what it does so well – bathe you in absolute luxury while towing a massive trailer.
The next Human Services Transportation Plan meeting for Region 3 will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at the Mendota Moose Lodge, 221 E. 12th St. in Mendota.
The $5 million project will reconstruct Illinois 78 from U.S. 30 to south of Academic Drive on the city’s south side.
DeKalb’s Classic Auto Factory gearing up to host live music event on Saturday.
While Toyota and Honda deservedly rule the sales roost with impressive CR-V and RAV4 offerings, the number three sales leader happens to be an unlikely candidate whose performance and attractive base price drive big annual sales – the Chevrolet Equinox.
Applications for Winter Salaried Highway Maintainers must be completed online at https://illinois.jobs2web.com.
The company's plans to expand within feet of neighboring homes has riled residents who worry about traffic, pollution and other impacts.
Work is anticipated to begin late next week on 14 grind and overlay projects.
After three months of ongoing discussion, a motion to remove traffic signals at a Morrison intersection screeched to a halt Tuesday night.
The starting salary is $4,850 monthly. Applicants must have a commercial driver’s license and submit to a criminal background check.
The Morrison City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2023, will consider whether to move forward with a plan to remove traffic lights at a U.S. 30 intersection and change traffic flow in that area.