Jackson spent most of his professional career overseas where he played for Country Austria before settling down in Freeport, where he has lived for over 27 years with his wife, Carmela, owner of Twice As Nice.Read more
Harris credits his drive from being underrated and often the underdog. “I used that to fuel me,” he said.Read more
The first 100 fans will get a free pennant.Read more
Becke comes to Highland with a successful background in coaching.Read more
The Highland Cougar Women’s Volleyball team has 11 on the team, with one returning sophomore, one transfer, and nine freshmen.Read more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — Highland Community College will not have a women’s basketball team for the upcoming 2019-2020 season. “Obviously weRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — Based on academic excellence, 10 Highland Community College student-athletes are honored as NJCAA All-Academic Team recipients. InRead more
Here is your chance to “Bowl with the Pro’s” in Freeport, IL in the 2019 PBA50 Midwest/Central Regions Greater FreeportRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — Thirty-four Highland Community College student-athletes were named to the 2018-2019 Arrowhead Conference Academic Excellence Team. Academic ExcellenceRead more
FREEPORT, ILLINOIS — The 23rd annual Highland Leadership Golf outing will be hosted by the Highland Community College Foundation onRead more
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.
Back in January, Kyle Long finally got his first taste of the NFL playoffs. At the end of his sixth season with the Bears, after 73 games played and 23 games missed, after a whirlwind of surgeries — ankle, neck, shoulder, elbow — and three trips to injured reserve, Long returned from a serious…