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DeKALB – New DeKalb City Manager Anne Marie Gaura wants the city to hire an outside financial expert after staff recently broke rules for making purchases in excess of $20,000.
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Drivers avoid a large pot hole Tuesday on North First Street in DeKalb just north of the intersection with Dresser Road.
5 hrs ago | Northwest Herald
HUNTLEY – Sun City Huntley residents peppered Huntley Park District officials with questions about future costs and the need for a new indoor turf facility during a voter forum Thursday.
9 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle
SYCAMORE – A 25-year-old DeKalb man originally accused of sexually abusing a teenaged girl accepted a plea agreement for aggravated battery Thursday.
11 hrs ago | Hotel Business
Owned by DeKalb Hotel Group, the hotel is the first Hampton property in DeKalb and the 36th in the state.
18 hrs ago | Bureau County Republican
There may be a solid blanket of snow on the ground, but the Princeton Youth Baseball and Softball League is making its pitch for the summer season.
Medical bills for more than 60 students sickened by an odor from a northern Illinois landfill will cost Waste Management more than $70,000.
SYCAMORE – DeKalb County Clerk Doug Johnson is sticking with his decision not to issue same-sex marriage licenses before June 1 despite DeKalb County State's Attorney Richard Schmack saying his decision wouldn't hold up in court.
Amy Fallon at the corner of Normal Road and Lucinda Avenue on Ash Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
YORKVILLE – A DeKalb man was one of two men charged with criminal trespass to a home shortly after midnight Tuesday in Yorkville.
The sculpture of Harry Dumpty, which sits outside the DeKalb Public Library, was created in 1997 by sculptor Brent George and intended to be the less-well-known brother of popular nursery rhyme character Humpty Dumpty.
The neurologist for a 49-year-old Sycamore woman accused of reckless homicide testified Tuesday that he had no concerns about her driving six months after he diagnosed her with a seizure condition.
Paul Dybas and crew hit Dekalb, IL last year and this is the footage they came back with.
The remains of a house at 485 Hyde Road north of Earlville is all that remains after a fire that killed two and injured one early Sunday morning.
Another weekend of cold temperatures has led to fires in homes in DeKalb County.
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