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DeKalb park board approves - tough budget'
DeKALB – The DeKalb Park Board unanimously approved a $7.3 million budget for the fiscal year ending in 2015 during their meeting Thursday night.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
DeKalb County to issue same-sex marriage licenses
Behind them, their vows from a personal ceremony in 2010 hangs on the wall with their civil union certificate.
Probation issued in meth case
Corey G. Lindquist, of the 600 block of Eleston Drive Crystal Lake, is accused of purchasing pseudoephedrine, a strong decongestant, on Aug. 1 to be used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
South Elgin neighborhood may gain distance from ComEd project
South Elgin residents fearing the impact of new ComEd power lines carrying almost three times the voltage of what already exists would see some relief under a relocation proposal agreed to by Kane County's transportation committee Wednesday.
DeKalb library cuts spending ahead of expansion
DeKALB – The $24 million expansion project at the DeKalb Public Library will influence the library's budget this year as officials cut funding for repairs and strip down fund balances.
Winter storm snowfall varies across DeKalb County
An IDOT snowplow passes Lee Rd. on 23 Wednesday morning in Waterman after southern portions of DeKalb county received three to four inches of snow overnight.
Ii, Taylor vie for Democratic county clerk nomination
Both candidates in the Democratic primary for DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder said the public should be better informed about the office.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Duchnowski: DeKalb library planning Harry Dumpty poetry contest
The DeKalb Public Library staff had so much fun reading the nursery rhymes in last week's column about their bronze egg statue that they want you to take a crack at it.
Maple Park man struck, killed by vehicle near DeKalb
A Maple Park man walking near the intersection of Route 38 and Webster Road near DeKalb was struck and killed by a vehicle early this morning, authorities said.
DeKalb City Council votes to nix South Fourth Street TIF district
DeKALB – Plans for special taxing district to improve South Fourth Street were abandoned Monday during the DeKalb City Council meeting.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
DeKalb GE workers present bid to keep plant open
Rob Winner – firstname.lastname@example.org The General Electric building located at 1900 Pleasant Street in DeKalb, Ill., as seen on Friday, Jan. 10, 2014.
Probation deal entered in DeKalb methamphetamine case
Jennifer Simpson, 32, of the 600 block of Chesham Drive in New Port Richey, Fla., pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine precursor.
Pet of the Week: Socks
Socks is an almost 2-year-old domestic short-haired mix available for adoption at Tails Humane Society in DeKalb.
DeKalb council to consider e-cigarettes, teen nightclubs
DeKALB – City of DeKalb aldermen will consider establishing a temporary law to deal with electronic cigarette retailers and teen nightclubs during their meeting Monday night.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Olson: Take down decorations, shake off winter
Santa arrived at the Santa Claus house on Dec. 6, but with Christmas long gone, it's time the house was, too, Eric Olson writes.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
DeKalb County Spelling Bee continues today
A DeKalb County Spelling Bee winner should be decided today after the Feb. 22 event garnered national media attention for failing to produce a winner after 31 2 hours and 74 rounds.
Kaneland students shine in academic competition
Some of the brightest young minds in the Fox Valley area came to Waubonsee Community College on Feb. 4 to compete in the annual Illinois Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Academic Competition.
Photos of the Week March 2 to 8, 2014
As of Monday morning, the cause of the fire was still unknown. Monica Maschak - email@example.com Mark Mannebach's 8th grade students have replicated WW I propaganda posters that are hanging in Sycamore Middle School's hallways.
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Percussion ensembles support hospices
DeKALB – KishHealth System Hospice is sponsoring its third annual benefit concert, Transformation Through Rhythm, at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 16, in Boutell Memorial Concert Hall in the Northern Illinois University Music Building.