FREEPORT, ILLINOIS – Members of the public are invited to attend receptions to meet the three final candidates in FreeportRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — The Greater Freeport Partnership has been awarded a $2,500 Neighborhood Grant from HomeStart and the Community Foundation ofRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — Six months have passed since Dental Connections and FHN Family Dental Care announced their merger to become oneRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — State Representative Andrew Chesney (R-Freeport) announced the official launch of his First Annual Summer Reading Club ProgramRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS – Next week, the April retail sales report looms large. Retail sales fell sharply in December, with a moderateRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS – On Thursday, May 16, 2019, from 6:00-7:30 pm, the public is invited to participate in the developmentRead more
As expected, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) left the target range for the federal funds rate unchanged, at 2.25%-2.50%.Read more
Dixon, IL – The Illinois Department of Transportation announced last week that weather permitting, pavement patching on US 20 atRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS – Tickets are now on sale for Freeport High School’s spring play, Lend Me a Tenor, with performancesRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS – On Friday May 10th and Saturday May 11th, Perennial plants will be offered for sale to benefitRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — The 2019 issue of the “The Prairie Wind” art and literary magazine is now available at theRead more
Chris Sale looked comfortable back at the park he called home for seven seasons.
The former White Sox ace had 10 strikeouts in six scoreless innings as the Red Sox defeated the White Sox 6-1 in front of 17,504 fans at Guaranteed Rate Field.
“It’s never not going to be weird,” Sale said of pitching…
Michael Kopech sat in the White Sox dugout before Friday’s night’s game against the Red Sox.
A couple of hours later, Chris Sale would be on the mound starting for the Red Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field.
“Who is that?” Kopech asked with a smile. “No, just kidding.”
The two forever will be linked…
Friday’s practice at Halas Hall ended just the way the Bears’ 2018 season did: with a northbound 43-yard field-goal attempt.
Well, eight of them, actually. Each of the kickers the Bears brought in for this weekend’s rookie minicamp got one opportunity to try “The Cody Parkey.” Forty-three yards….
Friday was supposed to be the day Addison Russell returned from his 40-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s domestic violence policy.
Instead he’s in Omaha, Neb., after the Cubs optioned him to Triple-A Iowa on Thursday after he finished a seven-day minor-league assignment.