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Awareness, Public Safety
The National Weather Service Chicago says to be on the lookout for thunderstorms, winds up to 60 mph and some flooding of the Fox River in Montgomery.
No appointment is needed for vaccine clinic that takes place on April 8.
Some of the things we still do today have their roots in ancient—and sometimes pagan—traditions.
The Yellow Dot Program is designed to provide medical information on vehicle drivers and passengers in case of an emergency.
There's much more to know about St. Patrick's Day beyond green beer, the wearing o' the green and "Kiss Me -- I'm Irish."
Kayli Link is having fellow Long Beach students color pictures of manatees to send to the Governor of Florida.
After 24 hours of snowfall, the National Weather Service said Yorkville had the most snow.
Police & Fire, Awareness
Plan is in effect for non-injury traffic accidents during the current weather.
All classes and after school activities are cancelled due to the weather on Tuesday, March 5.
Take a short quiz for a chance to win a weather-alert radio in honor of March being Severe Weather Preparedness Month in Illinois.
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