Burns to faces, hands and arms
Public Works says multiple service valves have broken and they need to be repaired.
Residents and businesses in the area on West Walnut St. from Route 4 to College might experience low water pressure or no water pressure at all.
The two candidates have sparred back and forth in recent weeks through press releases and, in some cases, have cancelled other debates due to perceived hostilities.
State Representative Rich Brauer, others, say they'll step in while Poe is out.
Sizable tax bill on its way
Caterpillar Foundation gives $1M to fight Ebola
Farmers welcome sunny forecast
Quinn, Rauner have final debate; election is in two weeks
Severity of burns in Raymond blast unclear
Gill: School district taking on safety head-on
The Libertarian candidate for governor is getting 6 or 7 percent in public opinion polls, which is greater than the lead that Gov. Pat Quinn enjoys in recent polls.
The former site of a Civil War training and prisoner of war camp on the South Side of Chicago has received formal recognition.
Cops always expect the unexpected
Dozens of high school students in central Illinois will serve as election judges at the polls this Election Day.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis says he’s courting black voters in a way that other Republicans haven’t in decades.
Clinton here tomorrow
A Rockford writer has spent years telling spooky stories for a living. “I consider myself to be a folk historian,”…
Senator says privatizing Social Security is a bad idea
Requirements are looser now