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Burglars target unlocked vehicles in Blackberry Creek

ELBURN—Elburn police are investigating a string of more than 20 automobile burglaries that took place between Sunday night and Monday morning in several neighborhoods in the Blackberry Creek subdivision. Calling it “a crime of opportunity,” Elburn Police Chief Steve Smith said that all of the vehicles entered had been left unlocked, and they were all… Keep Reading


Elburn grants non-bar liquor license to Chico’s Tacos

ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday voted to approve an additional license that would allow Chico’s Tacos to serve liquor. The license falls into a category that allows liquor to be dispensed in a non-bar establishment. This is the second license of its kind in Elburn; Pappa G’s also holds the non-bar liquor license. Chico’s… Keep Reading


Moving north

Elburn and Countryside Fire District to build new station ELBURN—The Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District will build a new main fire station on the corner of Route 38 and N. First Street, once the purchase of the 2.9-acre lot is completed. According to Elburn and Countryside Fire Chief Kelly Callaghan, the Fire District has… Keep Reading


Elburn native authors pregnancy book

ELBURN—When Amy Shoop Riley was pregnant with her daughter McKenzie, every time someone asked, “how do you feel?” she assumed they were really asking, “how badly do you feel?” She assumed she was going to have back pain. Swollen ankles. Raging hormones. And then Riley, who works as a life coach, realized that it wasn’t… Keep Reading


Land acquired for Anderson Road bridge

ELBURN—The land acquisition necessary to begin construction on the Anderson Road extension and bridge has been completed. According to Kane County Director of Transportation Tom Rickert, the 62 acres, owned by three principal property holders, ShoDeen Inc., the Union Pacific Railroad and Metra, was purchased for approximately $2.1 million. Between 14 and 15 of these… Keep Reading


Bridge construction could begin this fall

ELBURN—Construction on the Anderson Road bridge may begin as early as this fall, which means the end could be in sight for endless traffic hold-ups at the railroad crossing on Route 47 in Elburn. The project will include an extension of Anderson Road, from Route 38 to Keslinger Road. The bridge would provide an overpass… Keep Reading

Correcting hip placement

Elburn residents benefit from ‘Yoga … with Lynn’

[colored_box color=”blue”]Yoga … with Lynn Thursdays • 9:30 a.m. Elburn & Countryside Community Center All levels welcome To register, call Lynn at (630) 365-0163 or yogawithlynn@yahoo.com [/colored_box] ELBURN—Elburn resident Erin Walsh said she has always been athletic, but she was looking for an activity with a different approach, something that connected the mind with the… Keep Reading


Elburn village officials sworn in to serve

ELBURN—Village trustee-elect Patricia Schuberg was officially sworn in on Monday night, taking her place with the other board members half-way through the meeting. Schuberg was elected to the Village Board in the 2013 Consolidated Election on April 9 after having served on the Plan Commission for 15 years—six of those as committee chairperson. She said… Keep Reading


Elburn mourns joyful teen

Photo: Caityln Phillips’ immediate family embraces as community members gathered on Tuesday at the intersection of North Third and Reader streets in Elburn to remember her. Caitlyn Phillips, a 13-year-old who was killed on Friday after colliding with a car while rollerblading. Photo by Kimberly Anderson ELBURN—Caitlyn Phillips, or “Caity,” as she was known to… Keep Reading


Village Board agrees to Elburn wastewater treatment plant upgrade

by Susan O’Neill ELBURN—Elburn village trustees all gave the nod on Monday to a $7.6 million plan to modernize Elburn’s wastewater treatment plant. Engineering Enterprises, Inc. representative Jeffrey Freeman’s presentation to the Village Board was the second step in educating the board and the public on the need for the project. Public Works Superintendent John… Keep Reading


Village Board passes annual budget

by Susan O’Neill ELBURN—The Elburn Village Board on Monday approved the 2013-14 budget, with trustee Jerry Schmidt the only “no” vote. In a previous discussion at the board’s April 8 meeting, Schmidt said he could not vote for a budget that included funding for a police force he considers large for a village of Elburn’s… Keep Reading

Casey Crosby fires a pitch from the mound in 2012 action as a member of the Toledo Mud Hens. 					     Photo courtesy of Toledo Mud Hens

Ready for more

Photo: Casey Crosby fires a pitch from the mound in 2012 action as a member of the Toledo Mud Hens. Photo courtesy of Toledo Mud Hens First big-league start whets Crosby’s appetite by Mike Sandrolini ELBURN—Casey Crosby certainly didn’t mind an unexpected change of plans late last May that got him to “The Show,” aka,… Keep Reading

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