AURORA – West Aurora Superintendent Jim Rydland has announced he plans to retire at the end of next school year in June 2014.
CAMPTON HILLS – Unlocked cars were again the target of thieves in Campton Hills, according to Campton Hills Police Department reports.
NORTH AURORA – A 21-year-old man was airlifted after a crash early Wednesday in North Aurora, according to a news release issued by the North Aurora Police Department.
BATAVIA – Melba, a cow statue made of an oil tank and a milk can, had been hanging out in Mike and Kelly McCormick’s backyard in Batavia for about two months.
For many teenagers, college after high school is as routine as checking Facebook.
NORTH AURORA – Village officials are exploring whether to go green for its power.
SUGAR GROVE – Village officials have filled in several more sinkholes that have opened up in the ground along streets in a neighborhood on Sugar Grove’s northeast side.
BATAVIA – State Rep. Kay Hatcher, R-Yorkville, recognized many locations around the Fox Valley as she watched the new “Man of Steel” movie.
As funny stories came out of Lindsay Zucco’s and her friends’ attempts to balance motherhood, careers and training for triathlons, she said, people would tell the group they should write a book.
BATAVIA – Batavia fire officials are reminding residents about the dangers of fireworks after a man was injured last weekend in a fireworks-related accident.
BATAVIA – Batavia plan commissioners are set to review plans for a proposed Walgreens store in downtown Batavia.
ST. CHARLES – A woman pulled over for a traffic violation learned the car she had bought for $1,500 was stolen, according to a St. Charles Police Department report.
GENEVA – Swedish Days opened Tuesday to a butter-yellow sun in a bright blue sky, a sweep of light clouds and a mild breeze, a perfect start to the six-day festival in downtown Geneva.
ELBURN – Chris Halsey, born and raised in Elburn, said he was bullied as a kid growing up, and his son also was bullied.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting June 12, at LK Johnson Studio, 409 Stevens St. Alderman Ron Singer (left) and Geneva Chamber of Commerce Membership Director Judy Carroll hold the ribbon while owner, Larry Johnson with his wife, Mary Jane, cut the ribbon.
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