The park district received four bids for the project, with Energy Harvest submitting the lowest one at $61,954.50. CHAMPAIGN — It will soon be easier for tennis players to see the ball during matches at the Dodds Tennis Center. At 5:30 p.m. today at the Bresnan Meeting Center, the Champaign park board is scheduled to vote on awarding a bid to install new LED court lighting at the facility. read more

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  • Culver's restaurant opens in Fox River Grove
    The Culver’s occupying the former Villa Bleu and Mr. Beefy’s site opened to the public Monday in Fox River Grove. Owner Barry Himmelfarb said that, so far, business has been “great” and the restaurant has been busy. The eatery opened at 10 a.m. More
  • Vacant Mandile's Restaurant building in Algonquin could see new use as church space
    The pastor of Lifeline Christian Church in Algonquin wants to use the vacant Mandile’s Restaurant building at 2160 Lake Cook Road for services and other functions, he told the village’s Planning and Zoning Commission at its meeting earlier this week. Lifeline pastor Dave Rudin said that up until this point, the church primarily has focused on developing people rather than finding a permanent place to meet. More
  • Cullerton’s advice to new Senate president: Unify
    SPRINGFIELD – The outgoing leader of the Illinois Senate offered a piece of advice for whoever next assumes the position – “bring everyone together.” Chicago Democrat John Cullerton surprised his colleagues in November when he announced his intention to resign from the General Assembly. More
  • Police continue search for missing woman at Starved Rock State Park
    Police continue to search Starved Rock State Park after a missing persons investigation led them there. Tina Donovan, of Ottawa, was reported missing to the Ottawa Police Department by a family member about 4 p.m. Tuesday, and a vehicle owned by Donovan was located in the Starved Rock Lodge parking area as a result of the investigation. Ottawa police Capt. More
  • Caution urged as up to 5 inches of snow expected for this weekend across McHenry County region
    Residents across northeastern Illinois should brace for up to 5 inches of snow this weekend and low wind chills beginning on Sunday. Kevin Birk, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Romeoville, said snow began falling before 3 p.m. More


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