SUGAR GROVE – After six years of taking two classes a semester while juggling a full-time job and family, Elburn resident Diana Book is expected to graduate Thursday from Waubonsee Community College.
SUGAR GROVE – Mitchell J. Jeczalik, 53, of Green Hills Court, Sugar Grove, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of battery earlier this month after a physical altercation with a Sugar Grove restaurant employee in November.
ELBURN – Carrie Petrie doesn’t remember exactly when she got “the job,” but she has been closely associated with Elburn’s annual Memorial Day observances for more than 60 years.
A proposed virtual school that could affect some Kane County schools would be delayed for a year if Gov. Pat Quinn signs into law a moratorium on charter schools like it.
BATAVIA – Low-flying aircraft will sprinkle moth pheromones on much of Fermilab and some sections of Batavia in an attempt to combat the spread of a different kind of winged threat.
BATAVIA – Batavia aldermen will take a second look at whether new tattoo parlors should be prohibited from opening in the city’s downtown.
GENEVA – A former teller at the Fifth Third Bank branch in Geneva has been indicted, accused of
BATAVIA – Fermilab computing manager Eileen Berman has had the opportunity to look bison straight in the eye. And she didn’t need to travel far from her workplace to do it.
ST. CHARLES – Four months of negotiations ended Monday night when the St. Charles school board approved a three-year contract with the teachers union.
Geneva resident Deb McQuaid and Sycamore resident Dee Schlagel meet at last week's 25th anniversary celebration for Court Appointed Special Advocates, known as CASA Kane County for Children, at the Dunham Woods Riding Club. McQuaid is the organization's director of advocate education, and Schlagel is CASA's former volunteer coordinator. Volunteers, donors and friends of the organization attended the event.
GENEVA – Kane County again will dole out about
ST. CHARLES – Twelve people want to join Bill Turner in representing the city’s 3rd Ward.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 3 a.m. Tuesday in Kane County. The National Weather Service forecast calls for showers and thunderstorms later tonight.
ST. CHARLES – Twelve people want to join Bill Turner in representing the city's 3rd Ward.
ST. CHARLES – Memorial Day in St. Charles will offer several chances for citizens to show their respect for the troops who gave their lives in service to the United States.