ELBURN—Ream’s Meat Market keeps on bringing home the bacon when it comes to making Elburn a destination for Chicagoland carnivores in search of the best in meats and sausages. Ream’s recently made the list of “Best Chicagoland Places to Eat,” by the LTH Forum, a Chicago-based culinary chat site whose 9,000 members make it their business to identify small, out-of-the-way eateries and resources for all things food.
KANELAND—Out of 14 teams, Kaneland boys track was second to one.
The Knights’ 98 points were filled with great performances during Saturday’s annual Peterson Prep boys track outing, but West Aurora, with 133 points, was even better.
KANELAND—Lady Knights girls track had themselves a productive Thursday to lead into their Good Friday weekend.
Maple Park—Back in 2005, you might find Debbie Pitstick sitting on the couch. Today you’ll most likely find the Maple Park resident at the gym.
From “before” to “after,” Pitstick lost 80 pounds over the course of five years.
Kaneland National Honor Society inductee Anna Novotny gives a speech during the Knights of Honor ceremony on Monday evening at the KHS auditorium.
A look through this week’s church news and events.
Photo: St. Peter Parish to present Living Stations of the Cross
KANELAND—Kaneland volleyball fans won’t be shocked that outside hitter Katy Dudzinski will be competing at the next level after graduating from high school in the spring of 2012.
KANELAND—There would be no West Aurora Blackhawk Tournament championship like in 2010, but there would be no tournament-ending loss for Lady Knights soccer.
Triple jumper Matt Spitzzeri will be among the Knights carving out a niche in the field events at Saturday’s 42nd annual Peterson Prep at Kaneland High School.
Kaneville—About 60 people with shovels, garden gloves, rakes and brooms showed up on a misty morning for a little spring cleaning at the Conley Farm in Kaneville to get the gardens ready for community outreach programs in the coming months.
KANELAND—Another year, another successful display of visual and performing arts by the Kaneland community.
KANELAND—The usual mid-April Jill Holmes Invite saw Kaneland girls track in mid-to-late season stride on Saturday.
KANELAND—Knights baseball is on a bit of a roll.
Thursday, Kaneland (6-4, 2-0 NIB-12) used two runs in the top of the second and two more in the top of the fifth to nail down a 4-1 win at Rockton, Ill., mainstay Hononegah High School.
KANELAND—A three-match skid left the Lady Knights scraping on the soccer pitch, but a Tuesday win over Streamwood sees Kaneland at 4-5 (1-2 Northern Illinois Big XII) through nine matches.
Sugar Grove—Waubonsee Community College’s Maxzine Rossler heads up a quartet of women’s basketball players that were recognized by the NJCAA Region IV and Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) basketball committees.
Elburn—Island Tan and Nails reopened its doors three weeks ago after being out of business for over a year.
ELBURN—Who’d have ever thought the Dewey Decimal System and cardiovascular activity could be involved in the same event?
Yet, that’s exactly the case with the Elburn Town and Country Public Library’s seventh-annual Dewey Dash 5k and one-mile run/walk, which will be held Sunday, April 10. The one-mile race will take place at 8:30 a.m., with the 5k race to begin at 9 a.m.
Elburn—Twice a year, the community is treated to a homemade spaghetti supper put on by the Elburn Legion Auxiliary.
In October and April, you will find a band of volunteers stirring the pot to make its well-known sauce. But don’t ask for the recipe.
KANELAND—It appears that Kaneland High School softball was happy to get acquainted with Northern Illinois Big XII Conference action.