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Genoa library breaks ground on major expansion
GENOA – Genoa Public Library Director Jen Barton got teary-eyed with emotion during her speech Friday at the groundbreaking ceremony for the library expansion a decade in the making.
Genoa library to break ground on expansion Friday
GENOA – After a decade of planning, the Genoa Public Library will break ground on its $2.3 million expansion Friday.
Drug-induced homicide charge issued in Sycamore overdose death
Joshua M. Walker, 33, of Genoa, was charged with drug-induced homicide in the heroin overdose death of Charles "Chuck" Williams.
Small town police concerned about dispatch fees
Small town police departments in northeastern Illinois are expressing concern over possible increases in the fees they pay for dispatch services from DeKalb County.
Small town police may not be able to afford higher DeKalb County Sheriffa s Office dispatch fees
SYCAMORE – Small town police departments are concerned about the possibility that the cost of DeKalb County Sheriff's Office dispatch services will rise.
Police: Schulz was shot with own gun
Police said that an autopsy report showed that Schulz died of a gunshot wound to the head.
Friends: Missing DeKalb man planned to get gun
DeKalb Police Detective Keith Ehrke walks north on Glidden Rd. with a crew from the Illinois-Wisconsin Search & Rescue Dogs Tuesday morning, July 8, 2014.
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Wayward bear journeys toward safety
But a happy ending might well be in store for a wayward American black bear, presumably from Wisconsin, that wandered through the Sauk Valley in June.
Officials investigating Genoa house fire as county cleans up after storm
GENOA – Amy Allen was happy to find her sister's family cat, Fluffers, alive and well Tuesday after a fire destroyed the family's single-story home in the River Bend subdivision.
Genoa home destroyed in fire
A one-story Genoa home and its attached garage were destroyed Monday night in a fire that might have started with a lightning strike.