Village Green Home and Garden offers more than just plants with their indoor and outdoor furniture, educational workshops, and Christmas décor. Their store also changes with the seasons to completely embrace the time of year. You can even rent one of their Plant Bars for your next event for some fun planting activities. CEO and Creative Director Jessica Salisbury shows Michelle how to replant a plant and how to decorate it with decorative soil coverings. You can check out their website at villagegreenrockford.com or you can visit their two locations at 6101 Riverside Blvd, Rockford Illinois and 2640 North Main St, Rockford Illinois. Sponsored By Village Green Home and Garden
The City of Rockford approved the 2024 budget at City Council. Standing out on the budget plans is the no increase in the property tax levy. Officials say this continues to reduce the property tax burden.
Eyewitness News Anchor Mimi Murphy sat down with the engagement director for the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois to learn more about how students can take advantage.
The nonprofit Vested Interested in K9s will be donating a new bullet and stab-proof vest for the Stephenson County K9 Ralph.
Greg Miller and his wife owns "This Is It Eatery" in Freeport, which will be featured on the web series "America's Best Restaurants."
Freeport Police arrested a 44-year-old Freeport man on Friday after he allegedly kicked in the door to an apartment, entered the residence and battered a woman.
Ryan Olsen, 44, and Joshua Beilfuss, 40, face charges of burglary, criminal damage to property and resisting arrest.
Around 100 kids visited the Rockford airport to receive presents and meet Santa.
Many from the city and surrounding areas come out for the parade and tons of fun
A Janesville man was arrested in a SWAT Team raid on his home Thursday as part of an investigation into child pornography.
Police in Ogle County have issued a "nationwide arrest warrant" for Bailey Gildea, who is charged with several felonies including battery, mob action, fleeing and resisting arrest.
Rockford's Midtown Market continues, moves indoors for the winter
Rockford housing inventory to remain strong into 2024