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Village of Bourbonnais Transforms event plaza into Ice Rink

“We look forward to offering this free and fun activity for residents and visitors every year,” expressed Mayor Paul Schore. “As long as the weather cooperates, bring your skates, bundle up and safely enjoy the outdoors.”

Life-Saving & Leadership Recognitions

In recent months, two officers administered life-saving techniques on unresponsive individuals and another completed a highly-accredited law enforcement educational milestone. All three will be recognized at the Village of Bourbonnais Board Meeting Monday, July 15, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. within the Municipal Center at 700 Main Street NW.

Bourbonnais PD Enforces Fourth of July Crackdown

The Bourbonnais Police Department announces plans for July Fourth traffic enforcement with a focus on impaired and unbuckled drivers. The safety campaign will run through July 8 to encompass the weekend following Independence Day.

Family Night Out at Perry Farm, this Friday

Join the Bourbonnais Township Park District this coming Friday, June 14th for “Family Night Out” at the brand new Barnyard Playground!  Gates open at 6pm...

Tails & Ales celebrates furry friends and food this Friday

The Bourbonnais Township Park District along with Grapes & Hops are partnering this Friday for the first annual Tails & Ales event...

Village of Bourbonnais Swears in Incumbents

Four candidates sought three open seats on the Village of Bourbonnais Board of Trustees election held on April 2,...

New construction will make St. George Rd. pedestrian friendly

Tentatively beginning April 1, 2019 - no, this isn't an April Fool's joke - the St. George Road (5000N Rd) overpass will be...

Old Navy Open for Business in Bourbonnais

The attitude as a whole was much more mellow in person over the weekend as Old Navy, located at 1595 N State Rte 50, in Bourbonnais, opened this past weekend.
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Kankakee nears 1.5k cases, 367 active, 32 announced Monday

Kankakee County Health Department announced Monday afternoon 32 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the area.  There are now 1,498 cases since...
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Bradley School District asks parents ‘commit to trimester’ during the pandemic

Bradley Elementary School District #61 is asking parents to commit to a trimester by July 16th for the upcoming school year, through...

For the third time in July, IDPH announces record death lows in state

For the third time this month, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has announced a single-day record low in deaths for...

WHO says believing ‘magically we will get a perfect vaccine’ is ‘not realistic’

The World Health Organization (WHO) had a strong message for the world on Monday. “I want to be straight...