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Elburn Days booths available

ELBURN—There are still vendor booths available on the Elburn Community Congregational Church parking lot (north side of the church) for Elburn Days, Aug. 15, 16 and 17. The church during the festival will host an indoor rummage sale, crafts for sale and a sloppy Joe lunch. Booths are 10 feet by 10 feet. All spaces… Keep Reading


Letter: Thank you for continued blood drive support

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Elburn blood drive on June 26 was shut down early for the safety of all participants. We apologize for the inconvenience to those affected. For those who were unable to get the gift card premium, call Kay Swift at (630) 365-6088 to arrange the receipt of your card.… Keep Reading


Elburn business not compliant with state requirements

ELBURN—During a recent compliance visit to a massage business in town, Elburn police found that the business’ personnel did not have the proper licensing from the state in order to offer massages at the site. According to Elburn Police Chief Steve Smith, a license from the Illinois Department of Professional Regulations is required in order… Keep Reading


Exchange students seeking host families in Elburn

ELBURN—Visiting students ages 15-18 from around the world, including Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand, are seeking host families in and around Elburn for the 2014-15 academic school year. Host families are needed for the fall semester and full school year. Host families (traditional families, singles, empty nesters, etc.) serve as mentors and a home base… Keep Reading


In the name of the father

Photo: Elburn Hill Church pastor Gary Augustine teaches a Malachi Dads course at Stateville Correntional Center in Joliet, Ill., which aims to teach inmates a Christian approach to fathering, and fathering from a distance. Photo submitted by Gary Augustine to CBorrowdale@elburnherald.com Augustine teaches parenting course to prison inmates ELBURN—Gary Augustine has entered Stateville Correctional Center… Keep Reading


Sirens not just for tornadoes anymore

ELBURN—The next time you hear a siren in Elburn, it may not be a tornado warning. Earlier this year, village trustee Dave Gualdoni, who works with the village’s Community Emergency Response Team, and Police Chief Steve Smith, revised the village’s outdoor warning siren policy to include the siren’s use for severe thunderstorm warnings issued by… Keep Reading


Village clarifies parkway maintenance responsibilities

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday approved an ordinance that would require property owners to maintain village parkways adjacent to their property. This would include mowing the grass, keeping driveways in good repair, as well as keeping the frontage parkway free from weeds, rubbish and debris. Building Commissioner Tom Brennan told board members at the… Keep Reading


Cummins’ victory lane continues through summer

ELBURN—For the city of Buffalo, NY, it’ll be nice to have a bonafide winner in its midst. The football thing hasn’t worked out. Enter Kaneland Harter Middle School athlete Mabel Cummins, soon to enter eighth grade. Already one of the elite bowling talents in her age group, the busy Cummins heads to the United States… Keep Reading


Dunkin’ Donuts Elburn location breaks ground

ELBURN—Dunkin’ Donuts broke ground in late May for its new restaurant and drive-thru location on the Jewel-Osco property in Elburn. Although the restaurant was initially set to open sometime this spring, discussions between Dunkin’ Donuts and the Jewel-Osco held up construction until now. The plan, submitted by Dunkin’ Donuts to the village of Elburn in… Keep Reading


Elburn Idol accepting applications

ELBURN—The Elburn Days Community Stage is currently accepting applications for the Elburn Idol singing competition. The contest is open to anyone age 9 and older. There are four different age groups: Junior (9-12), Teen (13-15), Senior (16-18) and Adult (19 and up). Each age division will have a winner that receives a $50 cash prize… Keep Reading


Parish prepares for Pentecost with candlelight prayer vigil

Photo: Members of St. Gall Catholic Church recently held a vigil in celebration of Pentecost. Courtesy photo by Donna Doherty submitted to DBehrends@elburnherald.com ELBURN—With new ministry comes new ideas, and St. Gall Catholic Church bore witness to a new idea on Friday. During a discussion about Pentecost and its importance to the church as a… Keep Reading


Village considers credit card convenience fee

ELBURN—Residents will soon be required to pay a convenience fee of $2 when they pay village bills and fees with their credit card. Village Board members on Monday discussed the fee recommended by Village Finance Director Doug Elder to help cover the village’s cost of accepting credit. Elder said that the village had 859 credit… Keep Reading


Village grants Community Center’s bill request

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday heard the Elburn and Countryside Community Center’s request to assist with costs associated with a broken water pipe in the building. The board granted an adjustment to the Community Center’s bill, waiving the $383.52 sewer charge portion of the bill, and giving the Community Center 12 months to pay… Keep Reading


Elburn Idol applications now being accepted

ELBURN—The Elburn Days Community Stage is currently accepting applications for the Elburn Idol singing competition. The contest is open to ages 9 and older. There are four different age groups: Junior (9-12), Teen (13-15), Senior (16-18) and Adult (19 and up). Each age division will have a winner that receives a $50 cash prize and… Keep Reading


Alternative to Elburn baseball request

ELBURN—Village officials on Monday declined a request from Elburn Youth Baseball and Softball League (EYBSL) that the village help to pay to move gates located in the Blackberry retention fields, instead making a suggestion for a less-costly solution. The village currently leases these fields, located along Keslinger Road near the water tower, to the EYBSL.… Keep Reading


Elburn American Legion raffle winners

ELBURN—The following won $50 in the Elburn American Legion Post No. 360 raffle on April 25: F. Bonniki and David Dickinson of Elburn, Steve Hall of Maple Park, W. Schumacher of Batavia, Jon Vestor of DeKalb, Dave Scaffidi and Tom Reisel. The $100 winners were Allen Baumgartner, Martin Johnson and Gil Johnson of Elburn; Ernie… Keep Reading

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