PRINCETON — After nearly 50 years in business in Princeton, the Browning car dealerships have been sold to the Prescott Brothers car dealership, based in Mendota and Rochelle.
PRINCETON — The March 18, 2014, primary ballot is taking shape for Bureau County voters.
PRINCETON — The Princeton City Council has decided to pursue using the local BuEComm office to handle the city’s utility service emergency calls.
Bureau Valley Elementary — Wyanet held its winter concert Tuesday evening at Bureau Valley High School. Each class sang an assortment of Christmas and holiday songs. These second-graders closed out the concert by singing and signing “Away in the Manger.”
Students from Carleen Bergandi’s sixth-grade class at Dimmick Community Consolidated School District took a field trip to the Bureau County Republican on Tuesday to learn about the newspaper business. The trip was inspired after the sixth-graders wrote short articles for the BCR’s winter edition of Illinois Valley Living, which is set to be published later this month. After their tour, the students rounded out their trip by eating lunch in Princeton and visiting the Lovejoy Homestead.
MANLIUS — The Manlius Village Board continues to work on solving a nuisance issue with outdoor wood burners.
SHEFFIELD — The Sheffield Village Board reported Monday the village tax levy yielded $133,600 in operating income for the year ending Dec. 1. The total represents the largest share of the village’s operating income. The village’s tax levy is also at the maximum allowable by law.
PRINCETON — The Princeton Park District has reached out to the Washington, Ill., Park District to help with recovery efforts of that tornado-struck community.
This season, holiday shoppers in LaSalle, Bureau, Putnam and Grundy counties can give cheer to area seniors by participating in the Be a Santa to a Senior program.
Demolition work is now completed at the Habanero’s Mexican Grill and Cantina on Princeton’s South Main Street. The building was destroyed in a fire last March, with 50 firefighters from 12 different departments responding to the scene. Clean-up at the site was delayed for months as insurance companies worked on responsibility issues.
WALNUT— Regulating sport vehicles within the village was on the agenda for the Walnut Village Board.
74 restaurants in Illinois and Indiana to participate in December event
Todd Borsch submitted this photo (below) of the view from West Bluff, Tiskilwa from 1908.
Todd Borsch submitted this photo (above) of the Elm Crest Motel on U.S. Highway 6-34. It was from the late 1940s or early 1950s.
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