FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — FHN and Classic Cinemas Lindo Theatre are proud to offer families some cool fun this summer with theRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — Never leave your car and enjoy a Pork Chop Drive-Thru Meal, Sunday, June 9, 11 am-1 pm at Freeport ChurchRead more
5th Biennial Mini Masterpieces Fundraising Exhibition Opens at Freeport Art Museum Featuring Silent Auction of over 100 artworks by over 50 artists.Read more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — FHN’s Miles And Minutes program is back for its sixth fun year! Summer softball and volleyball leagues,Read more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — The 23rd annual Highland Leadership Golf outing will be hosted by the Highland Community College Foundation onRead more
ILLINOIS — The Whiteside County Airport will be hosting its first ever WingsFest event on June 15th from 9:00 amRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — If you’ve ever fantasized about finding the elusive pot of gold at the end of a rainbow,Read more
Celebrating their 47th Anniversary, Rite-Way Furniture, Mattress, & Appliance Mart would like to thank all their past and current customersRead more
Anyone’s power go out about an hour ago for just a second and then turn back on? We found anRead more
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Illinois lawmakers are in line for a $1,600-a-year salary increase after the House surprised the SenateRead more
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday that former Chicago clerk and state Sen. Miguel del Valle is her choice to be Chicago Public Schools board president.
She also appointed seven members to the Chicago Board of Education. The new members will be sworn in June 26.
Lightfoot previously said she…
Here are five takeaways from the Cubs-Cardinals weekend series at Busch Stadium, which the Cardinals swept.
1. Kris Bryant survived St. Louis, sort of.
Cardinals pitchers created more problems for Kris Bryant than the fans who heckled him during the three-game series after he joked in January that…
Lucas Giolito received a standing ovation as he walked off the mound Sunday against the Indians.
It was well-deserved.
The White Sox pitcher was spectacular, surrendering five hits while striking out nine in 7 1/3 scoreless innings on the way to a 2-0 victory at Guaranteed Rate Field.
The king of the bat flip gently dropped his wooden weapon Sunday and watched the ball soar.
By the time it came down 429 feet away in the left-center-field bleachers at Guaranteed Rate Field, White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson already had completed six steps of a strut easier to interpret than describe.