NORTH AURORA – The village of North Aurora has decided to terminate its agreement with Integrys Energy Services Inc. for electric supply to residents and small commercial businesses and revert back to the default ComEd rates.
GENEVA – Kane County’s government soon will launch a push to increase the size of the county’s social media network and improve the county’s image among the people who live and work in it.
Alert Sugar Grove officer heard meows during traffic stop
GENEVA – Kane County has eliminated a provision in its rules requiring contractors bidding on road construction and other county-funded projects to participate in federal government-approved apprenticeship and training programs.
GENEVA – A Geneva man was charged Monday with felony possession of heroin after locking himself in a coffee shop restroom, police said.
ELBURN – Village officials will meet earlier and less frequently, starting in July.
Workers demolish the Coultrap facility Tuesday afternoon in Geneva.
BATAVIA – Several people were charged in an underage drinking incident in the 2300 block of Collins Court on June 4.
GENEVA – Geneva aldermen this week recommended approval of $4 million in refunding bonds, saving taxpayers nearly $200,000 in interest over the life of the loans.
ELBURN – Cable television customers in western Kane County have obtained an array of new high-definition channel options.
SUGAR GROVE – Village officials want to know how residents feel about the quality of life in Sugar Grove.
CHICAGO – A nonprofit organization trying to start a virtual charter school in the Fox Valley withdrew its proposal before a state commission had the chance Tuesday to decide whether to deny the group’s appeal.
ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles school board made no mention of its relationship with the city when it officially agreed Tuesday night to pay for a right-turn lane on Red Gate Road at the entrance of St. Charles North High School.
Bob Andrini is careful about wildlife, keeping his garbage inside the garage until pickup day to outwit raccoons.
ST. CHARLES – After beating their drums and rowing their way down the Fox River during RiverFest in St. Charles, a handful of teams claimed bragging rights after placing in the Dragon Boat Races.