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Angelo DiLiberti was a young teenager lying on his living room floor just outside Buffalo, N.Y., when the moment that set the course for his life occurred.
The St. Charles Holiday Homecoming weekend concluded Saturday, Nov. 30 with the Electric Christmas Parade attracting more than 15,000 people along Main Street, the largest attendance on record.
St. Charles resident Beckie Untiedt was volunteering at St. Mark's Abundant Blessings Shop, Dine and Find at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in St. Charles when she answered 11 questions for the Kane County Chronicle's Brenda Schory.
SOURCE: St. Charles Police Department The St. Charles Police Department completed a two-week enforcement period in connection with a Traffic Safety Campaign, ending on Dec. 1, 2013.
If you have an account with FedEx or UPS, you might want to check to make sure the shipping charges you are being billed for are all your packages, or your name could be tied to several scams used by hijackers of such accounts.
Imagine receiving a phone call like this: You spouse and children have been involved in an accident with my brother, who is a fugitive from the law and now is holding your family hostage and is demanding ransom.
Five young men have been cited with fighting, and disorderly conduct-public drunkenness after a fight broke out early Saturday at Cedar and North 2nd streets in downtown St. Charles.
St. Charles police were dispatched at 2:55 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013 to the 300 block of South 7th Street after a resident reported hearing a snow plow, and when he went outside to see who was plowing, saw three people standing in his neighbor's driveway looking into the neighbor's vehicle.
On Dec. 11, Culver's restaurants in Huntley, South Elgin, Carpentersville and St. Charles will be among 74 Culver's in Illinois and Indiana to donate 10 percent of sales to the American Red Cross to help communities devastated last month by tornados and severe storms.
ON THE COVER: Joshua Black sits covered in lights near the Christmas tree in St. Charles.
A resident of the 9N800 block of Hogan Hill near Elgin reported a case of identity theft at 4 p.m. Saturday, according to a sheriff report.
NORTH AURORA – A man who was charged last month in connection with several area robberies, including one at Subway in St. Charles, has been charged in connection with a robbery in North Aurora, according to police.