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All of Downtown Rockford will transform into a winter wonderland on Saturday for Stroll on State, which means many roads will be closed to traffic.
December is National Giving Month, and local nonprofits are wrapping up their final push for as many donations as possible before the end of the year.
Opponents of assault weapons are trying to get the high-powered guns banned during a trip to Washington D.C.
The Annual "Community Scholarship Fair" returned for the 11th time Tuesday night after a two-year hiatus.
The Rockford Park District has released some numbers as part of its 2023 budget.
It is that time of year, when decorations are up, lights are shining and trees are covered in lights and ornaments.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people of puppy scams ahead of the holidays.
More and more auto companies are pivoting to building electric vehicles, so state lawmakers are taking more steps to get them to build in Illinois.
Millions of federal dollars are coming to Illinois to support small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Jails across the country are in a constant battle to keep contraband out of the hands of inmates.
There was help for local students on finding overlooked scholarships Tuesday night.
Glenn Patterson built a name for himself as an educator and mentor to kids across the City of Rockford.
Illinois' SAFE-T Act will go into effect on January 1, but 62 state's attorneys plan to carry on with their lawsuits even though some changes were made.