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Potholes are caused by the expansion and contraction of ground water after the water has entered into the ground under the pavement.
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ST. CHARLES – A 34-year-old man looking to kill time in St. Charles last week was charged with public indecency in a retailer's parking lot, according to St. Charles Police Department reports.
A Richard's Flexofold wooden sled produced in 1909 in Aurora hangs in the booth of Doug and Diane McElwain's Sport and Spool Antiques of Goldsboro, N.C., on Sunday at the Fox Valley Antique Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds.
Among a sea of outfits, teenage girls from the across the suburbs tried to find the perfect prom dress Saturday during the annual Cinderella's Closet at the YWCA in Elgin.
The best place to do that, leading up to the St. Patrick's parade on Saturday, has always been McNally's Traditional Irish Pub.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce is looking for chefs for the sixth annual “60 Men Who Cook” event.
Friends and colleagues said Grotberg usually was connected in some way to music, and her efforts allowed others in St. Charles to embrace performing.
Police pulled over Leone at Brookdale Drive and Maple Avenue at 8:50 p.m. and searched her after the arrest, which is when police found the drugs and a drug pipe, Cmdr.
Nearly a week after a judge significantly knocked down Peter Mazzara's $5 million bail, the St. Charles man accused of financial crimes by the attorney general's office has left jail, records show.
ST. CHARLES – Residents are invited to dress up their dogs and earn prizes at the 2014 St. Patrick's Parade.
The Freshman Student Council at St. Charles East High School sent a care package to U.S. Marine Cpl.
A man who broke into a house in Naperville last summer and made off with jewelry, cash and a $25,000 sedan while the homeowners were sleeping has been sentenced to seven years in prison in that crime.
In honor of the NCAA March Madness Tournament, the Naperville Area Humane Society is reducing the adoption fee for all adult cats through March 16 to $5.
The following is a press release from the St. Charles Police Department. The St. Charles Police Department responded to a home burglary on Monday at 6 p.m. in the 0 to 100 block of Roosevelt Street.