GENEVA – The City of Geneva Historic Preservation Commission is sponsoring a citywide photography contest honoring May as National Preservation Month.
ST. CHARLES – The 11th annual Tyler Brett Caruso Memorial Concert is set from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at Lincoln Park, which is at Fourth Street and Main Street, St. Charles. The free concert will celebrate the life of Caruso, a St. Charles East High School student leader, musician, athlete, and community activist who died unexpectedly of cardiac arrest on July 14, 2002, at the age of 17.
MAPLE PARK – Maple Park American Legion Post 312 has planned Memorial Day services. Services take place Monday, May 27, at six Maple Park cemeteries. Members will place American flags on the graves of service members. The post chaplain will recite a prayer, and the rifle squad will fire three volleys of seven rifles over the graves of veterans.
ST. CHARLES – Geneva resident Marcia Dimmitt, a mother of three and grandmother of five, didn't want to spend Mother's Day at a restaurant or in a shopping mall.
GENEVA - For Colleen and Chris Ottens, concern for the plight of the people of Haiti is something never far from their mind.
Suzanne Spry would volunteer at her children’s school when they were in elementary school, but now that Jenna, 11, and Derek, 14, are in middle school, she said, there are fewer opportunities for her to do so.
ST. CHARLES – The city of St. Charles’ environmental laboratory again has received accreditation with zero deviations by the Illinois Department of Public Health for microbiological analyses of drinking water samples, the city announced this week.
ST. CHARLES – The city of St. Charles will celebrate Memorial Day with official ceremonies and a parade, according to a city news release.
GENEVA – While the bank that owns the Mill Race Inn is struggling to find a buyer, Geneva city officials say they are on the verge of ordering the shuttered restaurant building razed because of safety concerns over its deteriorating condition.
ST. CHARLES – St. Charles police officers will be out in force conducting DUI and seat belt enforcement through May 27, according to a St. Charles Police Department news release.
ST. CHARLES – Aldermen on Monday are expected to review a draft of the 2013 comprehensive plan, according to a city of St. Charles news release.
Geneva mayor: Report won’t damage shopping center’s commercial standing
St. Charles resident Christine Coleman, 27, was working as a barista at Biggby Coffee in St. Charles when she answered 10 questions for the Kane County Chronicle’s Brenda Schory.
ST. CHARLES – Four people have submitted applications this week to fill the 3rd Ward alderman seat Ray Rogina vacated when he was sworn in as mayor on Monday, according to the St. Charles Mayor's Office.
GENEVA – The owners of Geneva Commons, a lifestyle mall on Randall Road in Geneva, defaulted on a $40.4 million loan, Crain's Chicago Business reported on Friday.