STATELINE NEWS--Attending the premiere of “Wag the Dog” with one of the movie’s stars, Dustin Hoffman.
Talking about music and life with the legendary Paul McCartney.
Pushing through a horde of paparazzi with actress Lindsay Lohan.
Not many people can say, “Been there, done that.”
ROSCOE – Roscoe police are on the lookout for an Illinois man who they say scammed local businesses out of money for banner advertising that never was delivered.
The Winnebago County State’s Attorney’s office obtained the warrants March 10, 2017 for Richard Wheeler, 66, of Sandwich, Illinois.
ROSCOE -- Alex Tyms Jr., Scout executive of the Glacier’s Edge Council, says area troops continue to grow despite the controversy over the Boy Scouts of America’s decision to allow openly gay adults as Scout leaders.
Glacier’s Edge membership has increased by 4 percent during the past year, which includes Cub Scout troops, Boy Scout troops, Venture troops and Explorers groups, Tyms said.
The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in December ended its relationship with the Boy Scouts over the change in policy.
WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- If you’ve been looking past the couch lately for your lost New Year's resolution about getting in shape, you’re not alone. According a study from the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology, only one in 10 resolution-making souls achieve their goals by Feb. 1, if at all. Equally adding to the misery for those in the Midwest is the bone-chilling, snow-laden landscape we face each winter.
One of your best bets for braving the outdoors while getting some exercise may be a bicycle.
Welcome to the redesigned Walworth County Sunday, Stateline News and Janesville Messenger.
The new look papers will arrive at your home this weekend.
We hear a lot of talk about the decline of the printed newspaper and what the news business will be like a few short years from now.
UPDATED -- Members of the newly formed Stateline Chamber of Commerce may have felt deflated upon learning the site for the annual RoRo Expo had come down in the ice and wind of a winter storm, but a new location already is in the works.
With the collapse of the Hononegah Community High School Athletic Dome on Dec. 28, the chamber has scrambled to find a new location for one of its more popular events of the year.
Sometimes it seems like the days take forever, but the months fly by.
In a year that seemed to pass in the blink of an eye, some of the most notable stories of 2015 clearly illustrated how quickly things can change in our communities.
ROSCOE -- A Roscoe father and son died early Friday after they were unable to escape their burning house.
Harlem-Roscoe firefighters were called about 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6, 2915 to a two-story home in the 8000 block of Elevator Road.
Alan Bekielewski and his 2-year-old son. Orin. died from injuries sustained in the fire. Alan's wife, Olivia, and their daughter, Octavia, were able to escape, according to a GoFundMe.org page set up for the family.
In the first three hours after the page was set up, more then $5,000 was donated toward the $10,000 goal.
The page is located at https://www.gofundme.com/Bekielewski
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
If you go: Here There Be Dragons
When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015
Where: Roland Olson Forest Preserve in Roscoe
Admission: Free for spectators, $3 and a nonperishable food item for participants
STATELINE NEWS -- Don’t get confused if it seems as if you’ve stepped back in time next weekend in Roscoe.
Members of the Dagorhir Rockford chapter will host their eighth annual Here There Be Dragons event from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, at Roland Olson Forest Preserve (MAP I GPS) in Roscoe. The event will feature simulated medieval battles, weapon checks, combat classes and silent auction.
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