- Library plans book sale
- DAR seeks vets’ names
Hoopeston council rejects expanded liquor sales
City council members on Tuesday voted down the proposed expanded liquor license ordinance amendment with Mayor Bill Crusinberry casting the deciding vote.
Hoopeston Area school staff to see insurance rates increase
Hank Hornbeck, superintendent of Hoopeston Area schools, informed board members Thursday that staff health insurance rates would increase 5.99 percent from the previous year. Health insurance would remain with Health Alliance.
Hoopeston council hears water project update
Mike Streff, Foth Infrastructure & Environment, LLC, updated city council members Tuesday on the continuing progress of the ground and elevated water storage tank project.
Hoopeston group discusses economic development
Economic growth was on the agenda Monday night in Hoopeston as about 50 people gathered at St. Anthony's Parish Hall to discuss an economic development strategy for the city.
- Readers’ theater planned
- Money program for kids
Hoopeston council hears complaints about motel
Downtown Hoopeston business owners and residents flooded the council meeting Tuesday, voicing concerns regarding the Downtown Motel, asking what is being done to alleviate the problem in that area.
Hoopeston Area, Schlarman form football co-op
Hoopeston Area school board members unanimously approved the agreement Tuesday between Hoopeston Area High School and Schlarman Academy for a two-year football co-op.
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