They say they don't make 'em like they used to. In this particular case, that's not quite true. In this case, they're made almost exactly like they used to.
Longtime Princeton pharmacist Bill Nelson has put away the tools of his trade and closed the doors to one of Princeton's longest existing businesses.
There are two things in life Rick Kamrath holds most dear to his heart — the Green Bay Packers and Princeton Logan Junior High Lions basketball.
Illinois Valley artists create their personal picture for readers
Teacher Tracy Barnes' third-grade students at Lincoln Elementary School in Oglesby told Illinois Valley Living readers what they like best about spring. Their answers are written just as the students wrote them.
John Young of Spring Valley describes himself as a welder ... but most would describe him differently.
Dr. Paul Bonucci, MD, talks about his life outside the emergency room, clinic
PRINCETON — Browning Ford-Chrysler in Princeton has a rich history, going back to its roots in Bradford in 1945 when Glenn Browning started a Ford dealership.
Like a pair of favorite gloves, they seem to fit perfectly. They finish each others' sentences. They seem to know what the other is going to say long before they say it. They are a team in the truest sense of the word, however, their individual personalities compliment this couple whose commitment has stood the test of time.
Ruth Wealer of Princeton has led a long and happy life.
PERU — More than 1,500 years ago, St. Benedict urged his followers to "welcome everyone as Christ' — to greet them as joyously as though they were Christ himself.
They are a legend in the Illinois Valley, so you won't want to miss their newest CD — "Those Oldies But Goodies — Love Generic Music" by the Generics Goodies Band.