October 23, 2014
October 23, 2014
According to the Commercial News, one man was arrested Tuesday on felony charges following a manhunt in the rural area north of Potomac.
The situation began around 9:40 a.m. Tuesday when a deputy on duty ran the license plate of a vehicle, which came back stolen.
The driver was described only as a black male wearing a stocking cap, Woods confirmed. It was unknown whether he was armed at the time.
According to the News-Gazette, Locals should be prepared to walk carefully through the woods at Kennekuk Cove County Park. Who knows what could be lurking?
According to the News-Gazette, Like many of the regulars at Schroeder’s Drive In, Leon “Bud” Miller was surprised and disappointed to find out Tuesday that one of Danville’s fast-food mainstays had suddenly closed its doors that morning.
October 22, 2014
According to the News-Gazette in rural Potomac, County and state authorities late Tuesday afternoon continue to scour a rural area near Potomac for a man who was driving a stolen vehicle.
The search begin around 9:40 a.m. at Illinois 136 and 420 East Road, west of Potomac, when a Vermilion County sheriff’s deputy, while on patrol in a squad car, saw a green Jeep Cherokee that had been reported stolen, said sheriff’s Capt. Dennis Wood.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
GILMAN — The Heartland Spa & Fitness Resort near Gilman has been sold and will be closing Nov. 30 after more than 30 years in business.
According to the Paxton Record,The Asta Care Center nursing homes in Paxton and Pontiac are under new ownership.
Bradley Alter, owner of Skokie-based Certified Health Management, said he recently formed two consulting companies — Paxton Healthcare and Rehab LLC and Pontiac Healthcare and Rehab LLC — that purchased the Paxton and Pontiac long-term care facilities, respectively.
Not much harvest progress was made in the wet farm fields of Illinois this past week.