- State employees get another win in pay dispute
- Judge tosses Chicago pension deal
- AFSCME, Rauner administration still at odds
- Through the brewing class
- AFSCME: Governor trying to force work stoppage
- What’s to negotiate? Illinois GOP, Dems can’t agree on topic
- Windows users rejoice: Windows 10 fixes what ails you!
- An easy fix to the Cubs scoring woes
- Trump ripped on floor of state House
- Striving to preserve biodiversity
Rockford City Market inaugural opening
Rockford City Market opened Friday, June 11, to a healthy group of shoppers. Rockford City Market will take place from 3-7 p.m., Fridays, now through Oct. 22 along Water Street in downtown Rockford, between State and Jefferson streets. The market will include local growers and vendors who sell natural products, including vegetables, fruit, eggs, meat, cheeses, flowers, herbs, baked goods, wine and healthy snacks, as well as artisans and vendors with unique offerings and performers located within a 150-mile radius of the Rockford Region are encouraged to apply. Pictured right (blue shirt) is Rockford Area Venues and Entertainment Authority (RAVE) Chairman Mike Dunn.
From the June 16-22, 2010 issue