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Kaneville looks forward to 2014

KANEVILLE—Kaneville Village President Pat Hill’s list of goals for 2014 are straightforward and to the point. There are road improvements she would like to complete this next year, concerning the resurfacing of Merrill Avenue and Lovell Road in Kaneville. Hill also plans on continuing to fix the problem with water flowing into ditches from the… Keep Reading


Kaneville looks back on the year

by Natalie Juns KANEVILLE—Kaneville Village President Pat Hill believes the village’s greatest accomplishment for 2013 was saving its local village post office. Hill found out in early December that the village’s efforts to save the Kaneville Post Office had been heard. “Now that it isn’t closing, we need to work hard to keep the revenue… Keep Reading


Kaneland preschool screening Dec. 13

Aurora—Kaneland School District Special Services will conduct a preschool screening on Friday, Dec. 13, at MorningStar Church in Aurora, for students who may qualify for special education services. If you reside within the Kaneland School District, and suspect that your child, ages 3-5, has any delays in developmental milestones, then you are encouraged to attend.… Keep Reading


Old-fashioned Christmas celebration in Kaneville

by Susan O’Neill KANEVILLE—Celebrate the season with an old-fashioned Christmas in Kaneville on Saturday, Dec. 7. The festivities will begin at 8:30 a.m. in front of the Kaneville Community Center at Harter and Main Street roads, with the inaugural lighting of the community Christmas tree donated by Kaneville business Strang Landscaping. Community members are encouraged… Keep Reading


Kaneville resident to take relief supplies to tornado-damaged area

KANEVILLE—Kaneville resident Kathy Hoffman is asking the public to donate tornado relief items to Washington, Ill., residents affected by last Sunday’s tornado outbreak. Hoffman this Sunday will transport the donated items down to Washington. Items that are needed include cases of water, personal hygiene items, blankets, work gloves, 39-gallon garbage bags and 18-gallon Rubbermaid tubs… Keep Reading


Local residents ‘Help Becky Bounce Back’

KANEVILLE—Nearly 400 people came to Sunday’s Help Becky Bounce Back Benefit, with people packing the Kaneville Community Center’s gym to make frantic last-minute bids in the silent auction and then spilling outside to bid on live auction items. And when the crowd melted away, Anne Carson sat down to tally how much had been raised… Keep Reading


KUMC welcomes new secretary

KANEVILLE—For years, Katee Werrline was a member of Kaneville United Methodist Church in Kaneville, attending services and socializing with parishoners, never knowing that one day, she would be the church secretary. After her mother received the church’s monthly newsletter, which announced an opening for the secretary position, she forwarded the information over to Katee. Werrline… Keep Reading


Nelson fundraiser set for Oct. 20

KANEVILLE—Becky Nelson, the Maple Park native who spent almost five weeks in a coma following a hit-and-run accident in the Cayman Islands on July 1, is awake and undergoing rehabilitation in Chicago—and a family-friendly fundraiser on Oct. 20 intends to raise money to help her bounce back. It’s been a nightmarish scenario for the Nelson… Keep Reading


Kaneville Fest 2013 a success in the community

KANEVILLE—Horse-drawn wagon rides, face-painting, an ice cream eating contest, a fireworks display, and many other attractions contributed to a successful 2013 Kaneville Fest. Approximately 250 area residents attended the festivities the weekend of Aug. 22-25. “(Kaneville Fest) went perfectly,” said Pat Hill, chairperson of the Kaneville Fest Committee and owner of Hill’s Country Store in… Keep Reading


2013 Kaneville Fest time schedule

Thursday, Aug. 22 5-8 p.m. Library book presale at the Kaneville Library. Cost is $5 at the door. Friday, Aug. 23 9 a.m. Community garage sales kick off 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Library book presale continues at the Kaneville Public Library 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Grill out at Hill’s Country Store 5-7 p.m. horse-drawn wagon rides 8… Keep Reading

Kaneville/Maple Park

Hit-and-run accident leaves MP native in coma

Photo: Maple Park native Becky Nelson is currently in a coma as a result of her being struck by a vehicle on July 1 in the Cayman Islands. Nelson, who previously worked at the Kaneville Community Childcare Center, is undergoing treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Fla. Courtesy Photos MAPLE PARK—It was supposed to… Keep Reading


Kaneland Foundation annual golf Sept. 19

SUGAR GROVE—The Kaneland Foundation Annual Golf Outing will take place on Thursday, Sept. 19 at Bliss Creek Golf Course in Sugar Grove. To register or receive more information, contact Beth Sterkel at (630) 365-8295 or email The Kaneland Foundation is a non-profit organization that contributes to the educational needs of the students of District… Keep Reading


Movie night at Hill’s Country Store

KANEVILLE—Hill’s Country Store in Kaneville will host a movie night on Friday, July 12, at the store. Bring blankets and lawn chairs. Free pizza from Paisano’s and popcorn from Rich’s Auto Service will be available, as well as $1 slushies and ice cream. 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

Kaneville Village President Pat Hill is using the sign outside her store, Hill’s Country Store, to urge residents to write letters to the USPS and their congressmen, asking for the post office’s hours to be increased.                                   Photo by Cheryl Borrowdale

Residents, USPS weigh in on reduced Kaneville post office hours

KANEVILLE—Frustration over the reduced hours at the Kaneville post office has been rising, as residents struggle to pick up their mail and do business, and Village President Pat Hill wants to do something about it. The post office, located at 2S101 Harter Road, had its hours slashed in February to just four hours a day,… Keep Reading

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