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Census shows village grew significantly; state may harm village finances ELBURN—At its meeting on Monday, the Elburn Village Board received news that the official census report from the state lists Elburn with 5,602 residents—up from 4,700 at its last census. Keep Reading


Rounds of applause, toasts of thanks

ELBURN—The Village Board gave its thanks amid rounds of applause and bottled water toasts to Gordon Diershaw and Patricia Rompke, who turned over their seats on the board at Monday's meeting, following the reading of the certified election results. Keep Reading


PJ day

Orientation to Family and Consumer Science students on “Wear your PJ Pants to School Day” at Kaneland High School on April 15. Keep Reading


Disney World tour

More than 125 band, color guard and choir students from Kaneland High School took a performance tour at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., during their spring break. Keep Reading


Kicking up some funds

Members of Midtown Martial Arts, located in the Elburn and Countryside Community Center, put on a martial arts demonstration as a fundraiser for the Anderson Family Fund Saturday. Keep Reading


A little bit cleaner

Allie Safran and Chris Marschinke of Barrington, Ill., took part in the Blackberry Creek subdivision clean-up day Saturday. About 25 people spent the morning cleaning. Keep Reading

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5-6 police blotter

The following reports were obtained from local police departments. The individuals charged with crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Keep Reading


Celebrating Arbor Day

Boy Scouts from Elburn Troop 7, Aaron Michek, 15, Sam Webster, 11, and Caden Sheehan, 11, present the Stars and Stripes at Elburn’s Arbor Day Celebration Saturday at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center, while Elburn Village President Dave Anderson reads a proclamation. Keep Reading

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