PRINCETON — The Bureau-Putnam Health Department will be offering a food handler safety class several times through the rest of 2014.
Klaudia Rees, owner of Cookie Jar Country Bakery in Putnam, arranges her variety of produce at Princeton’s Farmers’ Market on Tuesday evening. The mar ...
MANLIUS — Throughout the next five years, the Bureau Valley community will be striving to build a new vision for their school district.
PRINCETON — The Princeton Elementary School Board has reviewed a tentative multi-million dollar budget for the new fiscal year.
DEPUE — Exxon Mobil is developing improvement plans to better regulate its areas linked to DePue’s Superfund site.
PRINCETON— Five Princeton stores are featured in the October issue of the Midwest Living national magazine.
PRINCETON — Heartland Bank’s Great Medallion Hunt begins Saturday. This is the 27th year for the Great Medallion Hunt.
NEPONSET — A mayor pro tem has been sworn into office for the village of Neponset.Village trustee Ke ...
DIXON — The Dixon City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on using some of the Crundwell recovery money to repair Dixon Public Library.
Where did you grow up: Seatonville.
Family: Eight brothers, one sister, four so ...
Aug. 28 – Joann Johnson, furniture, collectibles and household, 4 p.m., 1722 S. Euclid Ave., Princeton, Tumbleson Auction Co., auctioneers.
Aidan Rossler of Malden took some time away from the rides and the animals at the 159th Bureau County Fair to have his faces painted. The fair offered ...
SPRING VALLEY — Teachers, students and administration are revving up for Thursday’s grand opening of the new John F. Kennedy School addition.
PRINCETON — Monday’s high temperatures and humidity caused a National Weather Service two-day heat advisory for the Illinois Valley.
PRINCETON — The 159th Bureau County Fair was a success, in spite of the occasional rain and the hot, humid weather.