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Police officers and firefighters responded to 515 Highbury Lane at 2:41 a.m., after a city resident called 911 reporting a building fire somewhere east of the caller's location in the 400 block of Brittany Court.
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A car is loaded onto a tow bed at about 9 a.m. Saturday after a two-car crash on the 1700 block of Route 64 in St. Charles.
St. Charles resident Cathy Deutschendorf was working at TriCity Health Partnership in St. Charles when she answered 10 questions for the Kane County Chronicle's Brenda Schory.
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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.
Tunes of Glory, Pipes and Drums from Warrenville march in the 2013 St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Charles.
Gifting the experience of using well-crafted handmade items is what sparks Fine Line teacher and artist Dan Caldwell to create his decorative and functional works of art.
St. Charles police have arrested two employees of a senior care facility on suspicion they physically abused a resident and recorded their actions.
John H. Wredling, former superintendent of St. Charles Unit District 303 from 1958-1972, and the man Wredling Middle School is named for, will serve as grand marshal for the 15th annual St. Patrick's Parade.
ST. CHARLES – Six businesses were cited in February during the latest round of tobacco compliance checks, according to a news release issued by the St. Charles Police Department.
He was reportedly wanted on a warrant on a charge of deceptive practice. • Aldo Montesdeoca-Morgan, 41, of the 1500 block of Indiana Street, St. Charles, was charged Monday, March 3, with driving without a license and driving without insurance after a crash at East Main Street and Fifth Avenue in St. Charles.
The Kane County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report that a St. Charles School District bus may have been struck Wednesday afternoon by approximately four BB's or pellets.
The supergroup is comprised of singer and guitarist Richie Kotzen, known for his work with Poison and Mr. Big; bassist Billy Sheehan, who has worked with the likes of Steve Vai, David Lee Roth and Mr. Big; and drummer Mike Portnoy, co-founder of progressive metal band Dream Theater.
Kane County transportation officials plan to install yellow flashing left turn arrows along Randall Road with the hopes of improving safety between Fabyan Parkway and Silver Glen Road in Geneva and St. Charles, according to the Kane County Chronicle.