DANVILLE — With a bunch of seniors from last season’s 8-3 team gone, the Danville High School football team will be young.
If you’ve been waiting for fall to arrive, you are going to get a little taste of it this week as a cold front is scheduled to move through on Tuesday bringing early fall-like temperatures to the area for the remainder of the week.
HOOPESTON — After improving to two victories last season, the Hoopeston Area/Schlarman Academy/Armstrong-Potomac football team wants to improve by even greater heights.
CHAMPAIGN — A year's worth of experience, intensive strength training and an emerging leader at quarterback could combine to give Illinois a realistic shot at winning some games.
GEORGETOWN — Getting back to the playoffs is something that is on Georgetown-Ridge Farm head football coach Josh Cavanaugh’s mind, and judging by the number of players that he has coming back from last season, that task isn’t that far out of reach.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Sharpie in hand, Purdue offensive tackle Grant Hermanns scribbled signature after signature on the Boilermaker football posters during Saturday's fan day. For a minute, don't look at what he wrote. Instead, look at where.
ST. LOUIS — John Gant homered for his first major league hit and pitched one-run ball into the sixth inning, helping the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Washington Nationals 6-4 on Tuesday night for their season-high seventh consecutive victory.
COVINGTON, Ind. — Covington goes into the football season with a roster full of veterans as the team only lost two seniors and a few other players who transferred away or opted to not to play this year.
ST. LOUIS — Paul DeJong handed the Washington Nationals a second straight walk-off loss, capping a back-and-forth finish with a game-ending solo homer in the ninth inning of the St. Louis Cardinals’ 7-6 victory Monday night.
CHICAGO — Ryan Zimmerman hit two home runs off a shaky Jon Lester and tied a career high with six RBIs, sending the Washington Nationals over the Chicago Cubs 9-4 on Saturday.
Have you looked at the Big Vermilion River as you crossed Memorial Bridge this past week? If you look toward the east as you cross the bridge you can see the effects of the partial removal of the dam behind the Public Safety Building. The river has most definitely changed!
This Week's Circulars
- Police probe home invasion, shooting
- DHS teacher charged with sexual assault
- New boutique opens at Towne Centre
- Shared space
- Employee being investigated
- Hill resigns from DACC board, finalist for DACC post
- Arrest made in restaurant robbery
- Police investigating jail death
- Show choir parents voice concerns to D118 board
- On the clock