With the agricultural season (hopefully) getting into full swing here soon, this means that pesticides will begin being applied throughout the county.
Barb McVicker, a longtime local educator who has spent many years teaching in the U.S. Virgin Islands, recently provided a gift to the residents at Heritage Health in Hoopeston.
The Hoopeston Chamber of Commerce will be hanging welcome banners at businesses early this year in honor of Hoopeston’s 150th Sesquicentennial Celebration, which will be held the week of Sunday, June 27 through July 3.
Danville Area Community College Higher Learning Center — Hoopeston will be offering classes for Summer and Fall 2021. Summer classes begin May 24 and June 14. Faåll classes begin August 23. For more information or to register call 217-443-3222 (DACC).
A catalog came in the mail recently. It was for a well-known fashion brand and the full color photos depicted young, hip, beautiful people in various stages of living their perfect day. There were people having picnics and visiting the beach. There were people gathered in cheerful groups, ha…
DANVILLE, Ill. – Gardening has become more popular than ever during the past year. Many are new to this activity and would welcome some advice when they purchase plants. How deep should you plant a tomato? How come your peppers did not produce any fruit last year? What is a good perennial to…
The Hoopeston Area Board of Education presented its re-organizational meeting Thursday evening in the high school library.
Charlene Ervin is looking for volunteers to help clean the headstones of military veterans at Floral Hill Cemetery before Memorial Day.
The emerald ash borer, an invasive insect, is old news for much of Indiana, including White County, and it has already done extensive damage to the state’s ash tree population.
Hoopeston Area Superintendent Robert Richardson recognized the Hoopeston Area recipients of the 2020 and 2021 Golden Ruler awards during last week’s Hoopeston Area Board of Education meeting.
After adopting the Internal Property Maintenance Code (IPMC) during the previous meeting, the Hoopeston City Council moved forward with plans to better address the issue of vacant and dilapidated properties in the city Tuesday night.
Hoopeston Public Library is now offering its library cardholders free or discounted passes to museums, science centers, and many more attractions through Explore More Illinois.