News

The most up to date news for Greenville and Bond County.

Happy Days Star Erin Moran Passes Away

Happy Days star Erin Moran has passed away according to associated press reports. Moran was 56 years old and visited Greenville last year as part of the Greenville Graffiti Car Show on June...

Body Of Man Found Following Search

Following a search, the body of a missing Donnellson man was found in a wooded area near Donnellson Thursday. 33 year old Allan W. Brown, of Donnellson, was reported suicidal and missing by a family...

First Female BNB President Portrait

Friday was Customer Appreciation Day at Bradford National Bank, held in conjunction with the observance of April as Community Banking Month. As part of the festivities, bank officials unveiled a portrait of Myrtle...

Electric Car Port

At the Greenville City Council’s April meeting, Greenville resident Robert Rodgers renewed his request that the city consider installing an electric car charge port in the downtown area. Rodgers, who owns an electric car, said...

March Animal Control Report

Bond County Animal Control Officer Jim Hess reports 48 animal complaints were received during the month of March. 27 were from Greenville, 21 from other areas of the county. 13 dogs were impounded and...

Hospital Auxiliary Meeting

The HSHS Holy Family Hospital Auxiliary general membership meeting is Monday, April 24, starting at 6:15 p.m., in the Fair Oaks Conference Room. Please use the Fair Oaks entrance. All auxiliary members...

Distracted Driving Awareness Week

April 24-28 is “Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week” and the Illinois Association of Police is partnering with AAA (Triple A) and law enforcement agencies to educate motorists on all aspects of distracted driving. ...

HSHS Meets State Officials

Leaders of Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) met with state Senators and Representatives urging them to work with the Illinois Health and Hospital Association and the hospital community to support healthcare. They were among...

Mt. Gilead Road Closed

The Central Road District will close Mt. Gilead Road Tuesday and Wednesday, April 25 and 26, from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., each day for road work.

Planting Progress & Implications

Since the release of the March 31 Prospective Plantings Report and the April World Agricultural Supply report, the corn and soybean markets turn their focus to spring planting. According to a University of Illinois...