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NY Bagel Shop Closed

We are sorry to announce the closure of NY Bagel and Coffee. Their last day of business was Friday, June 9, 2017.   Message from Mariann and Ron         Visit their website: NY Bagel & Coffee! Check out the full menu for a wide range of coffee and tea drinks as well as sandwiches, more


This year's Movie in the Park is coming up soon!  Make your plans to attend this year's popular family event. When:  Saturday, June 24.  Gates open at 8:30 pm, the movie will begin at 9:00 pm Where: Helms Field, Rochelle THE MOVIE:  Pete's Dragon Brought to you by First National Bank and Rochelle Municipal more


Geneseo, IL – January 24, 2017 – Central Bank Illinois and The First National Bank and Trust Company of Rochelle announce that they have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Central Bank Illinois will acquire all of the assets of The First National Bank and Trust Company of more

Movie in the Park 2016 – Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who attended this year's Movie in the Park.  Special thanks to all of the sponsors who make this event possible. This year's Movie in the Park was held on Saturday, June 25th.  Gates open at 8:30 pm at Helms Field in Rochelle.  TWO movies shown this year more

IRS Phone Scam

We’ve been hearing a few reports of an IRS phone scam recently. This scam is an “oldie” and seems to get dusted off every year about this time. As always, be very cautious about any personal information you give out over the phone, especially on a call you did not more

New Debit Cards for FNB Customers!

Don't forget to activate your new Debit MasterCard and discontinue use of your old Visa CheckCard.  The Visa CheckCards will be deactivated soon!  And - remember, your card number has changed so don't forget to update your records if you have your card tied to any online vendors.


The adoption of chip card technology has been slow in coming to the United States, but chip cards are making their way into our hands - slowly but surely.  What does it mean for you? In the short run, not a lot.  The new chip cards still have a magnetic stripe more

10 Tips For Protecting Your Mobile Device

Protecting Your Mobile Device Your mobile device provides convenient access to your email, bank and social media accounts. Unfortunately, it can potentially provide the same convenient access for criminals. The American Bankers Association recommends following these tips to keep your information – and your money – safe. • Use the passcode lock more

Moving to Windows 10? A word of caution

If you will be using Windows 10 at home, please be aware of a possible security issue with the default settings. Windows 10 will by default share your Wi-Fi network password with any contacts you may have listed in Outlook or Skype — and, with an opt-in, Facebook friends. Wi-Fi Sense may expose information more