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Elburn Lions Calendar winners

ELBURN—The following people won $25 in the Elburn Lions Park Calendar Raffle for October 2015: Ron Algrim, Elburn Uglies, Nancy Wilkison, Addison Vanetta, Tar & Fish, Kelly Callaghan and Ralph Drendel, all of Elburn; Joe Kryszak of Maple Park; Caitin Medernach of Sycamore; Jim Gillett of DeKalb; Patrick Bales and Dave Crelghton of Geneva; Dale… Keep Reading


Motorcyclist, passenger injured during charity ride Sunday

BLACKBERRY TWP—A motorcyclist and his passenger were injured in a crash that took place near the intersection of Main Street and Green Road in unincorporated Blackberry Township on Sunday. The crash took place during the A.B.A.T.E. charity ride at approximately 12:45 p.m. The initial investigation shows Curtis Dalton, 46, of Warrenville, Ill., swerved on his… Keep Reading


Clothes. Toys. Oh my!

Kaneland John Stewart Elementary semi-annual clothing, toy sale to take place Oct. 16-17 ELBURN—It’s that time of year again: the semi-annual Kaneland John Stewart Elementary Clothing and Toy Sale. The event will take place Friday and Saturday, Oct. 16-17, at Kaneland John Stewart Elementary School, 817 Prairie Valley St. The sale is scheduled for 6… Keep Reading

Girls Basketball/Kaneland

That didn’t take long

Former KHS standout inducted into Elmhurst College Hall of Fame ELMHURST, ILL.—It was just a matter of time, really. Former Kaneland basketball player Lyndsie Long (class of 2006) was inducted into the Elmhurst College Hall of Fame this past Saturday. The ceremony took place during halftime of Elmhurst’s homecoming football game versus Carthage. In her… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: A thank you to Kaneland community

On behalf of the staff and students of Kaneland High School, we would like to thank the Kaneland community for its support of our fabulous Homecoming week. With the help of many, we were able to show off our Knight pride with Paint the Town, spirit week, assemblies, the Powder Puff game and our inaugural… Keep Reading

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Looking out for local taxpayers

It is now mid-October, and the taxpayer citizens of Elburn and Blackberry Township are still locked in what is now a five-month battle with the Kane County Forest Preserve District over taxation rights to the 18-acre Patten rental property at 101 S. Main St. (Route 47). More properly, the question is, “Should the property remain… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: A taste of the Big Apple in Elburn

There’s a new pizza business in Elburn, and we’re “shore” our readers will love it. Shore Louie’s Pizza opened on Oct. 8 at 151 E. Route 38, and it specializes in New York-style thin crust pizza, stromboli, sandwiches and additional Italian-American menu items. The “Louie” in Shore Louie’s Pizza is Louis Cina, an Elburn resident… Keep Reading


Standing Pat-ten

Potential buyer for Patten property brings issue back before the board ELBURN—An interested buyer for a portion of the Patten property at 1001 S. Main St. in Elburn brought several Kane County Forest Preserve officials back to the village’s Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday night. Ralph Helm of Ralph Helm, Inc., who owns… Keep Reading

Maple Park

Mr. plow

Maple Park to allow Public Works to hire a seasonal, part-time employee for snow plowing purposes MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday discussed the possibility of allowing Public Works Manager Mike Miller to hire a seasonal, part-time employee to plow snow this coming winter. “I think Mike should be able to advertise for… Keep Reading

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Maple Park restructures monthly meeting schedule

MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday discussed changing the schedule of meetings every month for each committee, as a way to save time as well as increase the productivity of each meeting. Several trustees expressed their concern about having lengthy meetings and never being able to fully address the issues at hand within… Keep Reading

Maple Park

Maple Park approves parking code amendment

MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday passed a motion to amend Section 7-5-2, or “No Parking Generally,” of the Maple Park Village Code. The ordinance amends the code by removing two paragraphs regarding no parking during construction of homes at certain times, outlining certain streets within the Heritage Hills subdivision. Village trustee Terry… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Can’t take the wind out of these sails

Sugar Grove community enjoys Harter Park opening, inaugural kite festival SUGAR GROVE—Organizers for Saturday’s “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” festival in Sugar Grove had hoped for a little wind. They got more wind than they had hoped for, but the Sugar Grove Park District event was still a success. Fierce winds and temps in the… Keep Reading

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On the horizon

Sugar Grove Senior Living Apartment anticipates October opening SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed development regarding the 60-unit Senior Living Apartment located at 119 W. Galena Boulevard in Sugar Grove. Kristi Smith of Sugar Grove Senior Living and Ludwig and Company attended last night’s meeting and updated the board on the development.… Keep Reading

Events/Regional/Sugar Grove

A stage production with a ‘Twist’

Waubonsee Community College to stage ‘Oliver!’ production Oct. 16-18 SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College will bring the production of “Oliver!” to its Sugar Grove campus auditorium stage the weekend of Oct. 16-18. “Oliver!” the broadway adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved story, “Oliver Twist,” is a Tony Award-winning musical based on a classic tale about an innocent… Keep Reading


Gentlest Ben

Former Elburn pastor remembered for kindness, caring spirit ELBURN—Rev. Bennett McNeal only spent three of his 69 years on this Earth as the pastor of the Elburn Community Congregational United Church of Christ, but his impact on the community was great enough that he was known simply as “Pastor Ben.” McNeal died Sept. 27 while… Keep Reading


Police chase ends in Elburn

ELBURN—A 15-minute police chase that started in DeKalb ended at the intersection of Routes 38 and 47 in Elburn Wednesday morning. DeKalb police apprehended the subject of the chase, Christopher J. Gerken, 25, of Sycamore, just past 7 a.m. on Wednesday. Gerken had been the subject of an investigation following the murder of Matthew Clark,… Keep Reading

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