- Lorraine theaters sold to unnamed buyer HOOPESTON -- The Lorraine theaters have been sold. Jim Richards, president of the Lorraine Foundation, announced the sale of the Lorraine and Lorraine II to an unnamed buyer at a foundation public meeting on Oct. 3. "The Lorraine has been sold," Rich
- Library offers teen movie
- Jaycees offer haunted house
- Hoopeston fundraiser to help pay fire expenses HOOPESTON -- Businesses and organizations are sponsoring a Hometown Heroes Fundraiser from 2 p.m.-midnight Saturday at McFerren Park to help with expenses incurred by the J&R Used Tire fire last June. "The amount of money that the city is going to ne
Changes in liquor ordinance fall in Hoopeston
City council members brought the hotly contested original liquor ordinance amendment back for a vote Tuesday. The ordinance had been tabled at the previous meeting following a call for further discussion.
- Meeting on Lorraine Thursday
- First aid, CPR classes set
Hoopeston committee discusses liquor licenses
Increasing liquor licenses and gaming hours were on the agenda Wednesday for the Hoopeston Civic Improvement Committee during a public meeting. Five of the 12 license-holders attended.
- Library to offer movies
- Hoopeston OKs property tax levy HOOPESTON -- Hoopeston Area school board members unanimously approved the estimated property tax levy of $3,150,500 for the year 2013, a 9.18 percent increase more than the previous year. Mark Eighner, district treasurer, said he figured what the est
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