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A new regional study shows St. Charles will grow 27 percent by the year 2040, fueling a need for expanded housing options.
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Check out the most-read articles and blogs so far this month on Geneva Patch: A letter to Mr. Rogers and the Geneva 304 School Board Dead Pony, Donkey, Chickens Found on Kane Co.
The case against a Chicago woman charged in a stabbing at the Batavia Apartments in August 2012 was dismissed just days before her jury trial was set to begin.
GENEVA – A raise that will bring the salary of Kane County's emergency communications director to $96,600 is one step closer to approval.
Northwestern Memorial HealthCare and Cadence Health said Thursday they are pursuing a merger that would create one of the largest health systems in the Chicago area.
GENEVA – The Association of School Business Officials International awarded Geneva School District 304 its Meritorious Budget Award for excellence in budget presentation, the third time the district applied for and received this award.
GENEVA – A deputy clerk in Kane County Clerk Jack Cunningham's office has been suspended without pay for five days after he sent a campaign email on the county's server, a violation of election law, officials said.
Geneva musician Ryan Hobbs understands how some people might find it intimidating to go to a concert hall to hear music.
ST. CHARLES – For 13 years, a group of volunteer gardeners grew vegetables on two plots on the edge of the University of Illinois Horticultural Research Center at Peck Road and Route 38. Bill Fiedler, 85, of St. Charles, estimated they brought 1,300 to 1,500 pounds of produce – tomatoes, peppers and squash – to a local pantry ... (more)
Mayor Kevin Burns nominated Seno out of a pool of eight candidates who had applied for the City Council position.
GENEVA – The Kane County Board on Tuesday approved the extra funding needed to build the sheriff's shooting range, which came in more than $800,000 over initial estimates.
GENEVA – As a Civil War paymaster for the 52nd Illinois Infantry Regiment, Major Joseph H. Mayborne traveled with a 200-pound bulletproof strong box loaded down with coins and cash.
Police said they arrested Algin Sanders, 29, of the 200 block of Mill Street at 2:02 a.m. Sunday.
GENEVA – Aldermen acting as the Committee of the Whole recommended approval of a new five-year contract for brush and leaf collection in a 7-3 split vote Monday, ensuring that it will come up for discussion when the City Council takes final action March 17. At issue was Kramer Tree Specialists Inc., of West Chicago, receiving a no-bid ... (more)