Slow water meters costing Rockford lost revenue

Many Rockford homes have two water meters, one for drinking water and one for landscape irrigation. All will be replaced over a five-year period.	Photo by CLIFF HILL

by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL In a proactive move to increase City revenue with accurate water meter readings, the City of Rockford plans to change out all residential and business water meters within the City along with those in areas served by Rockford outside the City limits. Over time the reading mechanisms of all water […]

BIRTHDAYS — June 9-15

9 Madison Kunkle, Collin P. Mackie, Peter Schluckebier 10 Joanne Case, Phyllis Klomparens, Tom Laage, Wanda Northcutt, David Steffes 11 Rachel Furman, Mike Mawby, Thelma Vis 12 Jordan Orr 13 Frank Berris, Andrew Halliday, Willie Schrier, Bunny Voss, Dylis Wilson 14 Michelle Doane, Betsy Leistner, Rick Maharry Claire Smitter

THE TAX ATTIC with Jerry Coon

Foreclosures, home equity loans The tax return preparation business is a whole lot more complicated today than it was when I started preparing taxes back in 1978. The Internal Revenue Service has to deal with many more preparers today than in 1978. Of course, we probably have to deal with more IRS people today than […]

A Salute to Our Hometown Graduates

Leah Marie Curry Jonas Dröge Rebecca Mathilde Gobert Jorrit Gorseman Annbritt Hagenah Emilie Luise Hahne Bérénice Marie-Louise Lagarde Jeremie Wayne Murray Paige Lauren Nastaj Clara Petrine Møller Nielsen Chutipan Panumaswiwat Mariana Kozyreff Pereira Mariana Saraiva de Melo Pinheiro Amber Lee Stults Kelly Jocelyn Villarroel Cascos Matthew James Warkoczeski Eliane Svenja Weishaupt Jody Kay Scherer Rachel […]


Thursday, June 7 Rockford Area Historical Society Annual Picnic and Election of Officers—6:30 p.m. at Rockford Community Cabin, 220 N. Monroe St. Please bring your own table service and a dish to pass. Tent Sale—noon to 8 p.m. at Wolverine World Wide Family YMCA, 6555 Jupiter Ave. NE, Belmont. Find discounted rates on popular brands […]