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DeKalb, Illinois is located in Dekalb County. Zip codes in DeKalb, IL include 60115. The median home price in DeKalb is $139,900 which is roughly $82/per square foot. More DeKalb information.

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1 hr ago | Daily Chronicle

D-428 approves fiscal 2015 budget

DeKALB – DeKalb School District 428 board members approved a budget for this academic year with a $3.1 million operating deficit, which is about $341,000 less than previously anticipated. Overall, the spending plan for the fiscal year that started July 1 includes $74.1 million in revenue and $77.2 million in expenses in its operating funds.

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8 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

DeKalb man gets three years for heroin deal

A DeKalb man arrested in connection with a DeKalb drug investigation last year was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison. Samuel U. Jones, 40, of the 900 block of Crane Drive, pleaded guilty Tuesday to unlawful delivery of a controlled substance while all other charges were dropped.

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10 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

Culvera s owner hopes to attract NIU students

15, 2014. Danielle Guerra - dguerra@shawmedia.com Culver's general manager Tim Newkirk shows employees Linda Young and Jacqueline Lorusso how to make custard as they prepare for the lunch rush on opening day in Culver's at 1262 W. Lincoln Highway in DeKalb on Monday, Sept.

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14 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

Sycamore's college credit option allows students to get ahead

15, 2014. Sycamore and Kishwaukee College have started a pilot program where high school seniors take classes in government, college algebra, composition, or business, and receive gen.

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19 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

Sept. 15 police reports

Note to readers: Information in Police Reports is obtained from the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office and city police departments. Individuals listed in Police Reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proven guilty in court.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Daily Chronicle

DeKalb County residents push to restore Annie Glidden house

15, 2014. DeKALB – A group of DeKalb residents is trying to save a 113-year old home owned by the Northern Illinois University Foundation, but the foundation president isn't convinced the home is worth preserving.

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Daily Chronicle

No one injured in semi crash on Peace Road

SYCAMORE – No one was injured Friday evening when a semitrailer tipped over on Peace Road near DeKalb Avenue, police said. Mark Braffett, 41, of DeKalb was driving for Northern Contracting Inc. of Sycamore about 7 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Peace Road and DeKalb Avenue.

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Daily Chronicle

Fundraising effort underway for DeKalb crash victim

CORTLAND – A friend of Kimberly Havlicek, the Cortland woman who died early Friday after a head-on collision on Interstate 88, is asking for help to pay for her funeral expenses. Salina Beverly, Havlicek's close friend, started a Gofundme.com account to raise enough money to pay for the cremation costs.

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Daily Chronicle

Chicago man accused of breaking into apartment, punching family member

A Chicago man appeared in court Monday for the first time on allegations he punched a family member in the head last month while trespassing at University Village. Daniel C. Phillips, 26, of the 11600 block of South Justine Street, is accused of trespassing on Aug. 14 at University Village, 722 N. Annie Glidden Road, DeKalb, when the apartment complex's property owner had previously banned him, court records show.

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The Daily Gazette

Sterling crash victim's condition unchanged

ROCKFORD – The condition of a Sterling man injured in a crash that killed a DeKalb woman Friday was unchanged as of Sunday night. Juan Ayala-Jimenez, 40, remained in serious condition after being hit head-on by a car that was driving against the traffic on Interstate 88 just west of Annie Glidden Road in DeKalb.

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Daily Chronicle

Face Time With Jeff Winters

After 20 years with the DeKalb Police Department, officer Jeff Winters has responded to his share of emergency calls. He was recently awarded for three of them, one involving saving an infant's life, another for making a little girl's day and yet another for a 2011 incident in Cortland.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Daily Chronicle

DeKalb looks to spend tax revenue

DeKALB – The pressure for DeKalb leaders to find other ways to fund certain city operations is increasing as they look for the best ways to spend the rest of special tax revenue that will disappear in the next six years. The city currently uses some of the special revenue, incremental tax generated by the city's two tax increment financing districts, to pay for city operations and street repairs.

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Daily Chronicle

Former mayor of DeKalb remembered

DeKALB – Jay Ebbesen always knew his father, Joseph Ebbesen, made an impact on people. But it wasn't until he stood at his father's memorial Saturday that he really felt the love and inspiration Joseph Ebbesen left behind.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Daily Chronicle

Photos: Tails Mutt Strut 5K

Apollo, a 6 month-old boxer/french mastiff mix, cheers on finishers of the 9th annual Tails Mutt Strut at Hopkins Park in DeKalb with his owner Tails volunteer Julia Mattera, on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014.

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Daily Chronicle

Olson: When does a professor cross the line?

A university should include faculty with a wide range of views, even controversial ones, and they shouldn't be penalized for expressing them. That widely accepted concept is called “academic freedom,” and it's one of the privileges that comes along with having tenure as a professor.

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Daily Chronicle

Our View: Thumbs-up, thumbs-down: Camp Power a positive force

Thumbs-up: To a drop in crime . From mid-June to mid-August, “part 2” crimes – including battery, criminal damage, trespassing, weapons, sex crimes and some narcotics offenses – in DeKalb's University Village were down 26 percent from the same period last year.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Daily Herald

Armchair quarterbacks can learn about the physics of football

At the next STEM Cafe on Wednesday, Sept. 17, learn about "The Physics of Football" with Northern Illinois University professor and armchair quarterback Mike Eads.

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Daily Chronicle

Officials investigating fire at DeKalb apartment

Fire officials are trying to determine what caused a kitchen fire just before noon Friday at Amber Manor Apartments, 914 Ridge Ridge Drive in DeKalb. Officials found heavy damage at Apartment No.

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The Daily Gazette

DeKalb woman killed, Sterling man injured in crash on I-88

DeKALB – A 28-year-old DeKalb woman was killed early Friday when she drove her car against traffic on Interstate 88 and crashed head-on with another car, state police said. Kimberly Havlicek was driving west in the eastbound lanes just west of Annie Glidden Road about 12:50 a.m. Friday when her 2002 Mitsubishi Galant collided with a 2012 Toyota Camry, Illinois State Police Master Sgt.

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Daily Chronicle

DeKalb woman killed in crash on Interstate 88

DeKALB – A 28-year-old DeKalb woman was killed early Friday when she drove her car against traffic on Interstate 88 and crashed head-on with another car, state police said. Kimberly Havlicek was driving west in the eastbound lanes just west of Annie Glidden Road about 12:50 a.m. Friday when her 2002 Mitsubishi Galant collided with a 2012 Toyota Camry, Illinois State Police Master Sgt.

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