ELBURN – Madison Mientus said she fell in love with acting in sixth grade, when her mom pushed her to audition for the school play, Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.”
GENEVA – While heavy April rains brought flooding in many areas of Kane County, county officials believe projects undertaken to improve drainage in dozens of locations throughout the county kept the worst of the damage at bay.
GENEVA – When Andrew Thomas was a junior, he placed in the top 10 in Distributive Education Clubs of America International’s finance challenge, competing among 16,000 students from 50 states and seven countries.
BATAVIA – Aldermen have recommended giving a $7,706 downtown improvement grant to the owner of a building along North River Street that now houses an Italian gelato cafe.
Batavia resident David Walgenbach, 23, was sitting on a park bench at the Batavia Riverwalk when he answered nine questions for the Kane County Chronicle’s Brenda Schory.
The nonprofit behind a controversial proposed
GENEVA – The plan to transform the Settler’s Hill landfill into a regional
BATAVIA – Fermilab is moving closer to finding a new director.
The Kane County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal traffic crash that occurred around 12:30 p.m. Wednesday on Route 20 near the intersection of Plank Road that killed 21-year-old Sycamore resident Angela Hansen.
GENEVA – A Geneva man, who had kept nearly a dozen lottery tickets in a cookie jar, made a life-changing discovery when he brought them to a store to check out – one was a Lotto ticket from the Feb. 2 drawing, worth $4.85 million.
GENEVA – As Nathaniel Warner watched emergency personnel work Wednesday morning at the scene of a crash on Fabyan Parkway, he recalled the woman who died in the accident, his niece, as a happy person who leaves behind many friends.
Renowned choreographer Twyla Tharp once said, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.”
GENEVA – Max Meyer isn’t obsessed with superheroes.
BATAVIA – The Batavia City Council’s four standing committees will start meeting as a joint committee in part to help the six newly elected aldermen get up to speed on issues facing the city.