Kaneland parents are encouraged to bring their children, ages 3 to 5 years old, to a preschool screening on Friday, Oct. 21, at Morningstar Community Church, 8S101 Barnes Road. Children will be assessed on development milestones including speech, hearing, vision and motor skills. For an appointment, call (630) 365-5111, ext. 158.
KANE COUNTY—Autumn is the beginning of the flu season, and now is a good time to think about protecting yourself with a flu vaccine. The Kane County Health Department encourages all residents to take the time to get a flu vaccine.
SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board is just saying no … to synthetic alternative drugs.
GENEVA—The LivingWell Cancer Resource Center announces several upcoming events to increase awareness and to help raise funds for the center during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October:
GENEVA—Is there someone that you know who deserves to be recognized for their dedication to the community?
SPRINGFIELD—Influenza vaccine is now at local health departments, pharmacies and health care facilities around the state.
KANE COUNTY—A senior companion program that pairs up volunteers and seniors with the goal of enhancing their lives is expanding throughout southern Kane County.
The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has partnered with Illinois State Police and local law enforcement agencies across the state to kick off the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” mobilization, an intensive, two-week crackdown on impaired driving leading up to the Labor Day holiday.
GENEVA—TriCity Family Services is accepting nominations for the 27th Annual William D. Barth Award.
SPRINGFIELD—The hottest days of summer are ahead—can you keep your home comfortable without breaking the bank? The Energy Education Council offers some simple tips to boost comfort and save on electric bills during the sultriest of days: • Make sure your air conditioner filter is clean; change or clean it monthly during the cooling season.…
KANE COUNTY—The recent wet spring is sure to breed a good crop of mosquitoes, but while they may be annoying, they are not the kind that spread West Nile virus.
With the thermometer expected to rise into the 90s and the humidity climbing to uncomfortably high levels Friday, the Kane County Health Department again is urging residents to take precautions as these conditions can lead to heat illness.
SPRINGFIELD—With summer beginning, Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Damon T. Arnold is warning Illinoisans to avoid contact with bats as they start becoming more active during this time of year. Bats are the primary carrier of rabies in Illinois. Thirteen bats and one bovine have tested positive for rabies already this year.
SPRINGFIELD—“When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors” is the slogan used by the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) and the National Weather Service (NWS) to remind people to take cover when a thunderstorm approaches.
Geneva—Herbie’s Friends, a program to help grieving families cope with loss, grief and death, is offered by Fox Valley Volunteer Hospice (FVVH).
GENEVA—Delnor Hospital has been honored at an awards ceremony sponsored by Professional Research Consultants, Inc. for achieving exceptional physician satisfaction.
GENEVA–Finding the right physician can be challenging. There are so many important questions and factors to consider, such as whether the doctor has specialized experience, whether the physician has a comfortable bedside manner, and whether the medical practice accepts your insurance.
SPRINGFIELD—Weeks of rain and flooding in southern Illinois have made conditions ripe for mosquitoes.
The Kane County Health Department is urging residents to take precautions as temperature and humidity levels climb Tuesday to create conditions where heat illness is possible.
Kane County—Almost 12 years to the day, the free mammogram fund Two Women, For Women officially ceased operations Wednesday.