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Road repairs to commence in Blackberry Creek, Hughes Creek

ELBURN—Blackberry Creek residents will soon see street repair activity within their subdivision. The Elburn Village Board on Monday voted to award several contracts for road repair. The village accepted a quote from Behm Pavement Maintenance not to exceed $19,800 to crack fill approximately 75,000 linear feet of roadway. The following streets slotted for crack sealing… Keep Reading


Photos: Finding out safety is cool

Safety Camp for kids was held Monday and Tuesday at Elburn Lions Park. The camp was hosted by the Elburn Leos Club, the junior club for kids and the Elburn Lions Club. The event was created after Lions member Lora Broz’s daughter Aubrey came to know of the tragic accident that took the life of… Keep Reading


Bids come in for Anderson Road project

ELBURN—Elburn and Kane County officials are hoping to see the earth move on the Anderson Road and Bridge project this fall, now that the Illinois Department of Transportation has received bids for the work. With a bid of approximately $14.4 million, Martam Construction, Inc. and Herlihy Mid-Continent Company were the lowest of six pre-qualified companies… Keep Reading


Photos: A haircut for a great cause

Hanna Williams, 6, of Elburn, cut off 8.5 inches of her hair on July 31 and donated it to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, which partners with the American Cancer Society to provide free wigs for women with cancer. Williams decided to do the donation after watching her grandmother lose her hair while battling cancer. Courtesy Photo Keep Reading

5.Samantha Eichelberger performing the Sorting Ceremony

Photos: Hooray for Harry Potter’s birthday

The Town and Country Public Library held a birthday party for Harry Potter (his fictional 33rd birthday was July 31) Tuesday from noon to 6 p.m. The event included activities such as a birthday cake and singing, a sorting ceremony, potions classes, story time and a movie, a Quidditch match and scavenger hunt. Samantha Eichelberger… Keep Reading

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Anti-bullying group promoting kindness throughout the community

ELBURN—What began as a group of concerned parents—Knights Against Bullying—who wanted to do something about incidents of bullying in the Kaneland schools has grown into a coalition of individuals, groups and organizations that are working together to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children. Knights Against Bullying representative Leigh Ann Reusche was one of… Keep Reading


Elburn gets its ‘GED’

ELBURN—Elburn’s newest pizza place, GED Pizza, located at 151 E. Route 38, was born when Guillermo Mendez saw that Genoa Pizza’s location was up for sale. Guillermo, who was working on the construction crew building Brianna’s Pancake Cafe in Elburn, had worked as a chef in a pizza restaurant before. His father, David Mendez, had… Keep Reading


Idea for Lions Safety Camp born out of tragedy

ELBURN—Aubrey Broz and her father were on their way to go fishing when they noticed a large number of people gathered at the corner of North Third and Reader streets in Elburn. When Aubrey asked her dad about it, he explained that the people were there to remember Caitlyn Phillips, the 13-year-old who was killed… Keep Reading


Elburn stormchaser revisits Moore tornado site

ELBURN—Elburn resident and professional storm chaser Brad Hruza headed down to Moore, Okla., on Wednesday to visit the area that was struck by a deadly tornado on the afternoon of May 20. Hruza, 37, had previously visited the site last month with his storm chasing team, Midwest Storm Hunters. His tour of Moore included a… Keep Reading


Elburn officials, Asian Massage owners to meet in court

ELBURN—Elburn officials have filed a complaint against both the business owner of a massage business within the village, as well as the property owner of the building where the business is located. The business, identified as Asian Massage, last fall took over the spot where Island Tan & Spa was located, in the strip mall… Keep Reading


Town and Country Library Board vacancy

ELBURN—The Town and Country Library Board of Trustees is looking for a candidate to fill a vacancy on the board. If you are interested in being appointed to fill the position, contact Board President David Burroughs or Library Director Mary Lynn Alms at (630) 365-2244. A written statement of interest and qualifications would be appreciated.… Keep Reading


Town and Country Public Library events

ELBURN—The following summer events will take place at the Elburn Town and Country Public LIbrary, 320 E. North St., Elburn. Summer Reading Summer Reading is really moving along. There are already 920 children and teens and almost 400 adults registered for this year’s program entitled “Have Book—Will Travel!” Summer Reading runs from now through Friday,… Keep Reading


Board approves EEI contract for $7.6 million wastewater treatment plant project

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday approved a contract with Engineering Enterprises, Inc. for the modernization improvements to the village’s wastewater treatment facility. The village will pay for the $7.6 million project with $1.5 million currently in the wastewater treatment plant fund, and the remainder with a low-interest loan through the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.… Keep Reading


Photos: Cole’s Crew takes to the streets

Julie and Dan Rutter of Sugar Grove organized, and then facilitated this year’s Chicago NF (neurofibromatosis) Walk, which was held at Gunnar Anderson Forest Preserve in Geneva this past Saturday. They partnered with The Children’s Tumor Foundation, the leading non-profit funding source of NF research in the world. Julie and Dan’s son Cole, a Freshman… Keep Reading


Unincorporated St. Charles man killed in vehicle crash

BLACKBERRY TWP.—The Kane County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a single-vehicle fatal traffic crash that occurred on June 26 near the intersection of Route 47 and Rowe Road in unincorporated Blackberry Township. The initial investigation indicates that a 2002 Chevrolet Suburban was traveling south on Route 47 at a high rate of speed. For reasons… Keep Reading


Ream’s to purchase CCC parking lot

ELBURN—Ream’s Elburn Market, one of the cornerstones of Elburn’s historic downtown, is planning to move out of its current location and into a new building—one that Randy Ream plans to build just across the street, on what is now the Community Congregational Church’s (CCC) parking lot. Randy and Janelle Ream are currently in the process… Keep Reading


Elburn renews contract with Waste Management

ELBURN—The village of Elburn on Monday renewed a contract with Waste Management to continue trash collection and recycling for the next five years. The monthly cost per home will increase about fifty cents each year, starting at $16.40 a month for the first year and ending $18.38 per month for the fifth year. The total… Keep Reading

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