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Apple River man sent to hospital after car crash with Freeport resident

ELIZABETH - An Apple River man was taken to the hospital after a vehicle driven by a Freeport resident struck his car as he attempted to make a turn in rural Elizabeth around 7:30 a.m. on Monday. Daniel Robbe of Apple River was turning left onto West Lone Street from U.S. 20 when a vehicle driven by

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD

Scales Mound FFA hosts blood drive

SCALES MOUND - The Scales Mound FFA hosted a blood drive Nov. 14. Thirty units of blood were collected from 33 people toward the goal of 50 units. The 83 units collected from the September and November drives help earn the American Red Cross scholarship dollars that will be divided among the senior

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-11-22 16:00:00

West Carroll Greenhands win Section 1 quiz bowl

SAVANNA - The West Carroll FFA students won the Section 1 FFA Greenhand Quiz Bowl Career Development Event held Nov. 6 at Stockton High School. West Carroll finished 6-1 in the double elimination bracket. Each match included 15 questions relating to the FFA Organization in which each player of the f

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The Wemstroms: Economic plan needs to be regional

Here we go again. Around and around, the same old silly nonsense. Gov. Bruce Rauner says the problem is state House Speaker Mike Madigan. Jim Sacia, Brian Stewart and Tim Bivins sing a variation of the same song. Their refrain is, "It's Chicago's fault." They claim that the Chicago machine is trying

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-11-23 14:00:00

North Shore takes over 23 assisted living facilities

MILWAUKEE - North Shore Health Care, based in Glendale, Wisconsin, has become the operator of 23 skilled nursing and assisted living facilities in Wisconsin and it is in talks to become the operator of five more, including the Beloit Health and Rehabilitation Center in Beloit. The 28 facilities in W

BELOIT DAILY NEWS

Stockton UUC holds community fundraiser

STOCKTON - Stockton Unitarian Universalist Church recently hosted the fourth annual Council Hill Community Fundraiser at Council Hill Station near Scales Mound. The fundraiser's profits were increased due to the sponsorship of both Illinois Bank & Trust and Apple River State Bank/First Community Ban

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-11-22 21:00:13

OSF, Blue Cross reach deal

Buy Now OSF HealthCare and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois reached an agreement Wednesday to continue OSF's participation in the insurer's network. OSF owns St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Ottawa and its facilities in Streator.Tom Sistak OSF HealthCare and the state's largest private insurer

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-22 21:33:00

Buffalo Rock fall sends man to hospital

A man was injured following a 15-foot fall at Buffalo Rock State Park around 4:30 p.m. Monday, according to Conservation Police Sgt. Phil Wire. Wire said the man, whose name, age and hometown have not yet been released, was assisted by Wallace firefighters at the scene before he was taken to OSF St.

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-21 20:49:43

Toyota tells Georgetown plant it needs to cut costs or else, media reports say

Toyota, the Japanese-based automobile manufacturer, has told the workers at its Georgetown plant to cut costs or face an uncertain future, according to Bloomberg News. In an internal video obtained by Bloomberg News, Wil James, president of the Toyota plant in Georgetown, tells plant workers there

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-11-22 20:20:00

Two injured in wreck in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lexington police say two people were injured after a car ran a red light Wednesday. The accident happened at 12:02 at the intersection of North Martin Luther King Boulevard and Third Street. Police say a car went through a red light and slammed into another car. Two people w

WTVQ - 2017-11-22 20:10:04

CastlePost newly renovated, more plans in the works

VERSAILLES, Ky. (WKYT) - The new owners of the castle in Versailles are ready for business after months of renovations at the property. Our news partners at the Herald-Leader took a look inside the castle. They report the owners are now taking reservations for the restaurant and hotel operating in C

WKYT 27 - 2017-11-23 05:37:00

Lawrenceburg candy company is famous for "Modjeskas"

ANDERSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY-- People who wander into Bauer's Candies, get hit in the nose immediately with a wonderful aroma.Just beyond the lobby, kettles of creamy caramel are cooking for hours a day, five days a week, year-round. Owner Anna Bauer said "We've been around 128 years. The business star

FOXLEXINGTON.COM - 2017-11-22 20:43:53

The season of eating like it's our job is upon us! Some tips to avoid overindulgence this holiday

Special to KyForward It's the time of year so many people dread. Just when the last of the Halloween candy is either consumed or discarded; BAM! Thanksgiving. And the sugar binge begins anew. The holiday season is a three-month junk food marathon, but Thanksgiving is the foremost culprit. Why? The e

KYFORWARD.COM - 2017-11-23 07:02:59

Mission serves hundreds of people in Lexington Thanksgiving dinner

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Hundreds of people in need enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner at Broadway Christian Church in Lexington Wednesday night. It's part of an annual event put on by the Lexington Rescue Mission to serve the community. "We really want to reach out to people who are really hurting thi

WKYT 27 - 2017-11-23 05:37:00

Giving back was the focus of Thanksgiving dinner at Salvation Army

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - For decades, Lundy's Catering has visited the Salvation Army on Thanksgiving to feed people in need. In fact, this is the 30th year the company has teamed up with Salvation Army to provide a meal for the less fortunate. Volunteers of all ages came out on Thursday to serve foo

WKYT 27 - 2017-11-23 19:08:35

Bil Straub: It's about time to talk about sexual harassment; but not all instances are the same

WASHINGTON - I just informed my glorious wife that, with Thanksgiving upon us, I would rather suffer through a barium enema than write the column that follows. But the odious subject of sexual harassment/abuse, and the new public standards for judging such crude and loutish behavior that appear to b

KYFORWARD.COM - 2017-11-23 05:35:09

The Tavern by George Martin review: Rockville Centre gastropub offers oversized portions, erratic service

ESSENTIALS: Open for dinner Monday to Thursday 5 to 10 p.m., Friday 5 to 11 p.m., Saturday 3 to 11 p.m., brunch and dinner on Sunday 11 a.m. It sounded delicious on paper: a filet mignon club sandwich layered with bacon. When it arrived at the table, though, the tower of meat and thick-cut bread had

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 12:45:00

Diocese of Rockville Centre rescinds award to Charlie Rose

The Diocese of Rockville Centre has rescinded an award it planned to give television reporter Charlie Rose after learning of allegations of sexual harassment against him. Sean Dolan, a spokesman for the diocese, said organizers uninvited Rose from Tuesday's luncheon at the Garden City Hotel, where t

NEWSDAY

Churches, charities open doors to offer Thanksgiving meals

Bishop John Barres, leader of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, mingled with guests being fed at Center Moriches church. Soup kitchens, churches and charities across Long Island opened their doors Thursday to serve a proper Thanksgiving feast to hundreds of people in need. "Right now I

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-23 18:45:14

Senator Schumer calls for safety measures at railroad crossing

Rockville Centre attorney Ken Falcon posted the above photo to Facebook after he saw a train go through the Washington Ave. and St. James St. crossing with no gates or signals to warn drivers. The traffic light is green.New York state Senator, Charles Schumer, was at the corner of Washington Avenue

GARDEN CITY NEWS - 2017-11-22 23:02:00