Friday Jul 25
Stateline Communities Fearing Possible Salt Crisis
Hundreds of local governments were just told by the state they'd likely have to fend for themselves to find salt in time for next winter, which could cause the price of salt to double what it was last year.
Friday Jul 25
Lemonade Stands Raising Money for Non-Profit
Lemonade stands will be set up around the Rockford area this weekend and it's all in the name of a good cause.
Electronic Recycling Drive Saturday in Roscoe
First National Bank and Trust will be hosting a series of Free Electronic Recycling Drives in partnership with Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois.
No Leads 2 Years After Discovery of Baby Noah
The baby boy found decomposing and tossed in a garbage at a Roscoe recycling plant still doesn't have a known family two years after the gruesome discovery.
Super Chevy Magazine
Chevy Resto Tech - August 2014
It was time to fix the rare optional dash-top clock on our '65 Chevelle. The clock was installed some 12 years ago, and worked for about five years.
De Kalb Midweek
Kirkland grows by thousands for Fourth of July festival
KIRKLAND – Jennifer Garman came all the way from Minneapolis to attend the Kirkland Lions' 66th annual Fourth of July celebration last weekend.
Senator Syverson bikes 57 miles on 57th birthday
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Two New Restaurants to Open in the Stateline
According to their Facebook page, Prosser's Chop House plans to open mid-August.
Riverside Park Closed for Possible Flooding
Riverside Park in Roscoe is closed as a precaution, while village leaders prepare for possible flooding.