You've probably seen the news stories, or the flyers, or the billboard at Riverside and Forest Hills. Emily Anderson, a 25 year old Loves Park woman, has been missing since Sunday, June 18th, and as you might imagine, her family is desperate for information on her.
As we here in Rockford and all over the world mourn over the tragedy that took place in Orlando, you can help! Here are ways that you can do your part to get involved.
1. Donate Blood.
Even though they already have enough donated blood in Orlando, thanks to the thousands of people who stepped up in Florida, the need for donated blood in case of something like this happening locally is real...
A program was introduced to Rockford City Hall last week that is designed to give others, who have spent time behind bars, a second chance along with areas of Rockford neighborhoods.
As they will be trained to tear down old abandoned homes and buildings.
After Monday night's tornado in Sublette, it's amazing that the damage wasn't as bad as it could have been like what happened to our friends in Fairdale.
As we approach the three month mark the town is slowly moving towards rebuilding but is still in need of help.
On Saturday the owner of Grubsteakers, which was destroyed in the April 9th tornado, was proud to be able to serve her customers again with the help of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lindenwood.
Over 10 thousand dollars was raised by local residents and restaurant regulars stopping in for another of Ava Mirtoska fabulous cooked meals.