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Now that their new facility on Franklin Street is complete, leaders at Cornbelt Fire Protection District are turning their attention to some improvements at the main station.
Delivering food baskets to needy families is a Christmas tradition for local law enforcement officers, and they carried on that tradition in Mahomet last Wednesday morning.
New details are fleshing out the timeline of a May police shooting that shocked the community and sparked a statewide manhunt.
Firefighters from multiple departments responded to a house fire in Mahomet on Monday afternoon.
Cornbelt Fire Chief John Koller said that his firefighters were joined by volunteers from Seymour, Bondville and Sangamon Valley in responding to a fire at 602 Colony Grove.
With a new village-wide limit set to go into effect Sept. 1, leaders are hoping drivers will keep an eye on their speedometers.
This week, contractors began work on the roof of the new Cornbelt firehouse on Franklin Street. The project, which has been going on since the spring, has seen a few minor setbacks—but fire district leaders say that they’re still on target to move into the new building this fall.
Mahomet police are investigating the death of a Fisher teen killed in a single-vehicle accident early Sunday.
Police Chief Mike Metzler said the accident happened at 4:30 a.m. on Illinois 47 on the north edge of town near the entrance to the Lake of the Woods Grand Prairie Museum.
The hunt for the man charged with shooting a village police officer has shifted away from Mahomet, but the incident is still on the minds of residents—some of whom found a practical way to show their support for local law enforcement Monday.
The search continued Sunday morning for a suspect whom authorities say shot a Mahomet police officer following a routine traffic stop on Saturday night.
In a statement early Sunday, Police Chief Mike Metzler said that officers from Mahomet and across the area are looking for Dracy "Clint" Pendleton, 34, of Bellflower.
By the end of the summer, Franklin Street will have a much different look.
Above is an architect’s rendering of the 7-bay, 10,200-square-foot new facility that Cornbelt Fire Protection District is building in the 500 block of Franklin Street.