GENEVA – A proposal to revise Kane County’s hiring policies and give new control to the county’s various department heads will go to the full County Board for a vote.
GENEVA – The Tri-Cities’ Applebee’s restaurant is among several of the casual dining chain’s locations scheduled to close this summer in the Chicago area after the franchisee that operates the local restaurants filed for bankruptcy protection.
ST. CHARLES – The public is invited to a dedication ceremony to honor former St. Charles Park District commissioner John "Jack" Kerr at 5:45 p.m. May 28 at Pottawatomie Park.
MOOSEHEART – Gary Urwiler can relate to the students at Mooseheart Child City & School because, growing up, he walked the same halls, knew the same buildings and, in some cases, might have shared the same room.
ST. CHARLES – A 24-year-old man has been charged with misdemeanor battery after spitting in the face of another man outside a downtown St. Charles bar, according to the St. Charles Police Department.
BATAVIA – The Batavia City Council agreed Monday to let Albright Theatre Company sell wine at its productions, as well as offer dinner and theater packages.
ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – A Campton Hills woman must perform community service and attend anger management classes for her part in a physical altercation that St. Charles police considered a hate crime, according to Kane County court records.
SUGAR GROVE – Members of the Waubonsee Community College rock band stood ready to run through their set for an upcoming show, the sound of guitars and drums beginning to increase.
BATAVIA – The Batavia City Council on Monday approved a resolution authorizing aldermen, Mayor Jeff Schielke and certain city staff members to receive confidential information related to the Prairie State Energy Campus in downstate Illinois.
GENEVA – Geneva School District 304 welcomes the public to attend an open house honoring 21 retiring teachers and staff with a drop-in reception from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. followed by a recognition ceremony from 4:30 to 4:45 p.m. Thursday in the Geneva Middle School South cafeteria, 1415 Viking Drive.
On a recent trip to Haiti, a Kaneland High School senior made such a connection with a 2 1/2-year-old girl, she wished she could adopt her.
BATAVIA – Three Batavia School District 101 board members stepped down Tuesday night as three new members took their seats.
BATAVIA – Batavia Assistant City Manager Jason Bajor and state Rep. Kay Hatcher, R-Yorkville, will speak at the Batavia Chamber of Commerce Legislative Affairs Committee meeting on Monday.
ELBURN – Kane County officials believe work to build a new bridge over the railroad tracks near the Elburn Metra station could begin this fall.
ELGIN TOWNSHIP – The brother of a man who was accidentally shot in the abdomen this weekend was charged with three felonies, including reckless discharge of a firearm, the Kane County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.