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June 19 marks "Lazarus House Good Neighbor Day," which is a great time to remember that homelessness is still among us, says Lazarus House Executive Director Liz Eakins.
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Laura Rush and her father ride the merry-go-round at Geneva Swedish Days in 1970.
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With his cowboy hat laying next to him, Jose Lara of Elgin, enjoys the nice afternoon weather as he practices guitar at his Elgin home.
Kane County Sheriff's Lt. Kevin Williams, surrounded by family and supporters on Thursday, announced his candidacy for sheriff in the 2014 election.
Thumbs up to the decision by Virtual Learning Solutions to withdraw its application to open an online-only charter school in the Fox Valley that would have spanned 18 districts, including those in Batavia, Geneva, Kaneland and St. Charles.
Descriptions of gruesome murders come across Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon's desk on a regular basis.
A St. Charles woman with strong ties to the local business community pleaded guilty Friday to stealing $21,900 from a client of the bank she managed.
Like last year's show, the Religious Booksellers Trade Exhibit convention saw light traffic from vendors and retailers for the 22nd annual gathering, held May 28-30 at the Pheasant Run Resort in the Chicago suburb of St. Charles, Ill.
A long-simmering fight between the Batavia and Geneva library districts is back on the front burner, as testimony began Wednesday in a lawsuit over who gets to add about 1,600 acres in Blackberry Township to their district.
Yorkville police officers responded to calls from three residents on Bertram Drive Wednesday, all who reported that their vehicles had been broken into.
ST. CHARLES – A man test-firing paint guns in his backyard was unaware the paintballs were landing on vehicles parked at St. Charles Fire Station 3, according to a St. Charles Police Department report.
Norton Creek teacher Kristin Berry and Fox Ridge teacher Laurelie Schaeffer discuss the St. Charles School District 303 second-grade curriculum Tuesday at St. Charles East High School.
Tim Treutler of St. Charles and his dog, Tede, watch as a storm rolls in at the dog park at James O. Breen Community Park in St. Charles on Wednesday afternoon.
Geneva Public Works employee Eric Moutray guides an ash tree into a chipping machine Thursday as it is removed from Green Meadow Lane in Geneva.