In the last nine days, residents of downstate Washington have faced challenges they never imagined, in the wake of a devastating tornado.
Washington Ald. Tyler Gee said the weather means real reconstruction will be delayed for hundreds of families.
After innumerable other moments in recent years when you’d think, and perhaps you openly hoped, an exit for the most confounding ballplayer in town was forthcoming, it finally goes down like this.
More than 100 concrete trucks will form a caravan to the intersection of Randolph Street and Wacker Drive to rebuild the pavement today.
A stalled plan to rebuild the historic Pilgrim Baptist Church is getting new life.