Long time city employee Mark LeClair was feted at the regular meeting of the Paxton City Council. Retiring as the director of public works, LeClair was employed by the city for 42 years.
Responding to the increasing number of people wanting to assist law enforcement officials and build a stronger partnership in the fight against crime, Sheriff Mark Doran recently announced in …
A Paxton native has a new position with an area behavioral health treatment organization.
A local farmers market recently expanded their business to include Cissna Park.
Health officials in both Ford and Vermilion counties on Wednesday linked multiple new COVID-19 cases to long-term care facilities.
WATSEKA — East Central Illinois workNet, which operates an office in Iroquois County, is hosting a drive-thru job fair in Watseka for Iroquois County residents interested in getting back to wo…
URBANA -- A Ludlow man who eluded U.S. Marshals Service officers and other police Friday during a six-hour manhunt has turned himself in to authorities Monday.
Several area students are getting on-the-job experience thanks to a program through the Champaign County Regional Planning Commission who is partnering with Iroquois Memorial Hospital.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda Superintendent Cliff McClure released a summary of COVID-19-related mandates and how PBL school district will implement them in the coming school year on the district websi…
GEORGETOWN — The Vermilion Valley Conference and Sangamon Valley Conference will come together in high school football to form the Vermilion Valley Conference Football Alliance, beginning in t…
PEORIA — It will be a two-city race between Champaign and Peoria to win the right to host the high school boys’ basketball state finals.
ST. JOSEPH — No one could consider placing Tuesday’s nonconference boys’ basketball game between Paxton-Buckley-Loda and St. Joseph-Ogden in any sort of offense-based hall of fame.
PAXTON — The Paxton-Buckley-Loda freshman boys’ basketball team took down Dwight on Jan. 9 at home by a score of 47-33.