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The 10 Things Rockford Dads Want Most for Father’s Day
If you're struggling to come up with a great gift idea for the Father in your life, this list covers it all.
Rockford Woman’s Lyme Disease Story Will Scare You Into Protecting Yourself This Summer
Lyme disease is on the rise. And its no joke. Because of this past winter's unusually warm temperatures, the tick population is larger than normal.
Winnebago Police Selling Jeep with a Sordid and Smelly Past
While this 2013 Jeep with low miles can be had for an incredible price, what the vehicle has been through might change your mind.
5 Rockford Area Wineries Perfect for a Summer Day or Night
I can think of almost nothing better than some wine, a Summer breeze and someone lovely to share that wine with you.
Roscoe Man Has Best Lifehack for Mowing Your Lawn This Summer
When I drove past this man cutting his lawn, I laughed out loud. I had to find out why he constructed the strangest lawn mower I've ever seen. His story didn't disappoint.
5 Incredible Illinois Camping Spots You Must Visit This Summer
The sound of a fire crackling, the smell of fresh evergreen and bug spray, kids splashing in the lake, and us adults getting our drink on. Let's hit the woods.
Rockford’s Longest-Running Farmer’s Market Returns This Week
What you can expect to see at this year's Edgebrook Farmer's Market when it opens Wednesday, May 3 at 9 a.m..
Construction Changes Coming to Harlem, Alpine in Loves Park
Starting Wednesday (5/3) your commute will have some changes if it includes the intersection of Harlem and Alpine Roads in Loves Park.
Manhunt Ends, Fugitive Joseph Jakubowski Has Been Captured
The manhunt for anti-government manifesto writing Joseph Jakubowski has ended on a farm in Vernon County, Wisconsin.
Survivors Remember Devastation on Belvidere Tornado’s 50th Anniversary
April 21, 1967 was like any other Friday at school with buildings full of kids excited for the weekend. But something horrific was brewing as the school day was ending.