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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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Elburn Village Board approves new Fire Station

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday approved an ordinance to allow a special use of a lot for construction of a new Fire Station that will be constructed on the corner of Route 38 and First Street. According to Elburn and Countryside Fire Chief Kelly Callaghan, the Fire District has outgrown the 20,000-square-foot station on… Keep Reading

Community, Lions come through

Update reveals positive improvements for 13-year-old Virgil resident ELBURN—Forty club members at the Elburn Lions monthly board meeting on June 13 were brought up-to-date on the progress of Virgil resident, 13-year-old Kara Peters, who was born with Down syndrome. At the age of four, Kara was diagnosed with PDDNOS, an autism spectrum disorder, as well… Keep Reading


Kaneland 2013 grad earns pilots license

Photos: 2013 Kaneland grad Alec Koczka of Elburn took his first step toward a career in aviation by earning his private pilot certificate in May. Courtesy Photos ELBURN—Who knew the most exciting part of an 18-year-old’s day would be landing a plane with crosswinds in excess of 25 knots? Alec Koczka, an Elburn resident and… Keep Reading


Twilight Wish Foundation opens new chapter in Elburn

ELBURN—The Twilight Wish Foundation, headquartered in Doylestown, Penn., is pleased to announce the appointment of Terese Klinger as director of the newly-formed Elburn chapter of Twilight Wish Foundation. Klinger has been an occupational therapist for over 10 years, working in a variety of settings. Currently, she is working full-time in home healthcare. Klinger is also… Keep Reading


Photos: 45 miles of Boy Scouting adventure

Elburn Troop 7 spent three days canoeing and camping on the Flambeau River in northern Wisconsin in early June. The Scouts began thier journey at Nine-Mile Tavern in Park Falls, Wis., and covered 45 miles of water, including class 2 and 3 rapids. Working on their Canoe Merit Badge, cooking some delicious outdoor meals, hanging… Keep Reading


Editorial: Elburn Herald comes up big at 2013 IPA Awards

One of the most satisfying things about being a community newspaper is hearing from local residents that our features, investigative reports and photographs have done justice to our surrounding municipalities. Our pages are meant to document the events, celebrations and remembrances that take place within the Kaneland community each and every week, and we never… Keep Reading

KC to perform resurfacing on Keslinger Road

KANE COUNTY—Pavement resurfacing work for Kane County’s 2013 Resurfacing Program is scheduled to take place from now until Friday, July 19, weather permitting, on the portion of Keslinger Road stretching from West County Line Road to Route 47. The resurfacing process typically includes grinding and removal of 1.5 inches to 2.5 inches of the top… Keep Reading


Village Board to begin meeting twice a month

ELBURN—Beginning next month, Elburn Village Board meetings and Committee of the Whole meetings will take place on the same nights. Currently, the Village Board meets on the first and third Mondays of the month, with the Committee of the Whole scheduled for the second and fourth Mondays. Beginning Monday, July 1, both meetings will take… Keep Reading


Board reviews new village job descriptions

ELBURN—With the addition of a finance director to the Elburn village staff, Village Administrator Erin Willrett developed a new job description for her position, the finance director and for the other village managerial and staff positions. Village President Dave Anderson said the creation of a separate position to deal with the village’s financial matters would… Keep Reading


Fish Market hopes to make a splash in Elburn

Photo: Ernesto Candia (right) will open The Fish Market, located at 151 E. Route 38 in Elburn. Photo by Cheryl Borrowdale ELBURN—Fresh fish is something of an obsession for Ernesto Candia, who’s been running a successful fish market in St. Charles for four years, and he plans to bring it to Elburn later this summer.… Keep Reading


Accidental firearm discharge at St. Charles Sportsman’s Club injures 10

BLACKBERRY TWP.—Kane County Sheriff’s Deputies, as well as Elburn Police, Firefighters and EMS, on Tuesday evening were dispatched to the St. Charles Sportsman’s Club, 44W471 Keslinger Road in unincorporated Blackberry Township, on a report of a gun that had accidentally discharged and injured several people. An initial investigation indicates that a member of the club… Keep Reading


Village saves on new dispatcher contract

ELBURN—Fees for dispatch services from Tri-Com Central Dispatch in St. Charles have significantly decreased, for an annual rate of $79,976, down from the previous rate of approximately $97,000. According to Village Administrator Erin Willrett, the decrease was due to the increase in the number of communities in the area taking advantage of the services. The… Keep Reading


Elburn Police respond to possible suicide

ELBURN—Elburn Police on Sunday responded to a report of a possible suicide at a residence on the 300 block of Nebraska Street in Elburn. Upon arrival, police learned that the body of one of the house’s residents, Brandon T. Hampel, 30, had been discovered by another of the house’s residents, who then called 9-1-1 to… Keep Reading


VB approves changes in water use restrictions

ELBURN—With summer close at hand, Elburn residents should take note of the village’s current and modified water use restrictions The Elburn Village Board on Monday approved several changes to the village ordinance, which will bring the current ordinance in line with guidelines established by the Northwest Water Planning Alliance (NWPA), a regional alliance of five… Keep Reading


Trustees: top soil should stay in Blackberry Creek

ELBURN—Now that the village has taken ownership of the park at Blackberry Creek Drive and Patriot Parkway in Blackberry Creek Subdivision, Village Board members on Tuesday discussed what to do with the pile of dirt within the incomplete pedestrian path. In the past, B&B Enterprises principal Charlie Blood allowed local contractors to use the top… Keep Reading


Elburn resident requests ordinance to honor fallen teen

ELBURN—Elburn resident Ron Rosecky made a heartfelt request to the Village Board on Tuesday to create an ordinance that would ban or discourage skateboarding or rollerblading on village streets with a steep incline. Rosecky was a neighbor and a friend to 13-year-old Caitlyn Phillips, who was killed on April 26 after she could not stop… Keep Reading


U.P. Railroad announces grants to support community railroad safety initiatives

OMAHA, NEB.—Union Pacific Railroad recently announced a grant program for community railroad safety initiatives. Grants ranging from $500 to $5,000 will be provided to support initiatives that enhance railroad safety in Union Pacific communities. Grant-funded initiatives may include, but are not limited to: • School safety days • Community safety programs • Grade crossing education… Keep Reading

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