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Growth on tap through winter

ROCKFORD - The Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens will be weathertight by December, and work will continue throughout the winter to keep the project on track for a grand opening next fall.

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Woodward breaks ground on burbine testing laboratory

LOVES PARK - Almost two years to the day that Woodward Governor first announced a $50 million plan to expand its landmark plant, the company announced — once again — its plans to break ground on the project’s centerpiece.

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Stateline Area sees signficant growth in home sales, construction

There appear to be some seeds of hope for home buying and the construction industry in the Stateline Area.

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5 stars for rehab of community center

BELVIDERE - Eleanor O’Donnell couldn’t believe her eyes as she walked through the Community Building Complex of Boone County’s auditorium.

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Expense of new Village Hall is on the mark

ROSCOE – Spending is on target for the Village Hall renovations project, which is nearly finished. Treasurer Don Elliot updated trustees Thursday night during their regular Village Board meeting. Included in the list of bills that were approved was a payment to contractor Ringland-Johnson for about $200,000.

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Who's Who at OSF?

OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center Foundation “Partners in Mission” Newsletter

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Greenhouse to give way to Nicholas Conservatory

ROCKFORD – Dismantling the Sinnissippi Park greenhouses began Tuesday as the Rockford Park makes way for the new Nicholas Conservatory.

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Park District awards contract for conservatory

ROCKFORD - Ringland-Johnson, Inc. was awarded a $7.16 million contract to begin construction on the Nicholas Conservatory by a unanimous vote of Rockford Park District commissioners tonight.

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County agrees to pay $50,000 to settle lawsuit

County Administrator Meggon McKinley said that after negotiations between attorneys, EVS Construction officials agreed to drop their lawsuit for $50,000, the amount of bid costs and attorney fees.

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