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Events/Sugar Grove

Baby steps

Sugar Grove Public Library to introduce baby storytime programs this month SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Public Library will feature new storytime programs beginning this month. “Baby Storytime” will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 18, and is an interactive storytime between each caregiver and his or her baby. The 30-minute program is ideal for children… Keep Reading

Maple Park

Tuning in

Maple Park discusses potential public safety antenna installation MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday discussed a motion to approve a public safety antenna to be installed on the village’s water tower, at the cost of Kane County Emergency Communications Center. The antenna would eliminate the reception dead zone police officers face when out… Keep Reading

Maple Park

Just say no

Maple Park votes against closing out escrow account MAPLE PARK—The Maple Park Village Board on Tuesday discussed a motion to consider closing out the escrow account for Heritage Hills Estates in the amount of $7,679.85. Village trustee Terry Borg expressed concern for closing out the account before citing whether or not Phase 3 in Heritage… Keep Reading

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Elburn/Events

Celebrate good times

Rescheduled event offers participants opportunity to ring in New Year with Mr. Nicky and Watson ELBURN—Cancelled on Dec. 28 due to inclement weather, Mr. Dan Nicky’s New Year’s concert at Elburn Town and Country Public Library has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 11, at 6:30 p.m. Mr. Nicky will sing some favorite children’s songs, including… Keep Reading

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Kaneland/Kaneville

Photos: Hometown harmonies

Lee Murdock’s annual Hometown Concert took place Saturday evening in the Kaneland High School auditorium. The show featured special guest Tom Kastle (above), a singer, actor, storyteller, and sailor who has performed at maritime and tall ships events all over the globe. Murdock was also joined by The Dock Wallopers (right), his men’s vocal chorus… Keep Reading

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Events/Sugar Grove

Movie night out

Sugar Grove United Methodist Church to host movie event Jan. 29 SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove United Methodist Church will host its annual dinner and movie night on Friday, Jan. 29. The event is free, and the church invites the entire Sugar Grove community to join in on the fun. “This is a time to connect with… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove

Legacy lives on

Former Sugar Grove resident remembers longtime friend with donation CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.—Every time he receives a royalty check from his “Reporter” series of novels, author Peter Gallanis, a former Sugar Grove resident, makes a donation to the National Center for Victims of Crime. Because the novels are about a reporter working to help crack the… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove

Photos: Clowning around

The Sugar Grove Public Library on New Year’s Eve held a New Year’s Carnival for kids ages kindergarten through fifth grade. The library provided snacks, carnival games, crafts, face-painting, balloon animals and a visit from your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Keep Reading

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Events/Faith/Lily Lake

Grace Lutheran chili cook-off Jan. 16

LILY LAKE—Grace Lutheran Church, located at 5N600 Hanson Road, St. Charles, will host its annual chili cook-off event on Saturday, Jan. 16, from 5 to 8 p.m. In addition to the cook-off, a cake bake-off will also take place, with prizes awarded for both contests. Bingo will also be played, with the buy-in being a… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

SG Editorial: 2016 is here, so what now?

We hope all of our readers enjoyed a fun, safe New Year’s holiday last week. Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to begin thinking about 2016 and what you would like to accomplish this year in terms of health, finances and your social life. We might even be able to help you out… Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

EH Editorial: 2016 is here, so what now?

We hope all of our readers enjoyed a fun, safe New Year’s holiday last week. Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to begin thinking about 2016 and what you would like to accomplish this year in terms of health, finances and your social life. We might even be able to help you out… Keep Reading

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Events/Regional

Wedding Expo Jan. 17

ST. CHARLES—Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, located at 3795 Campton Hills Drive in St. Charles, is hosting its fourth annual Wedding Expo, on Sunday, Jan. 17, from 1 to 3 p.m. The Wedding Expo showcases a variety of local service providers. Everything a newly-engaged couple would need to put on a wedding will be featured. Local… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove blood drive Jan 21

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Fire Department & Sugar Grove Firefighters Auxiliary will sponsor a blood drive on Thursday, Jan. 21, 3 to 7:30 p.m. at the Fire Station, 25 S. Municipal Drive, Sugar Grove. To schedule an appointment to donate, sign up at www.heartlandbc.org or call Alyssa Warner at (630) 989-5268. Appointments are preferred, but… Keep Reading

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Elburn

Stepping down

Town and Country Public Library Director Alms set to retire in February ELBURN—Mary Lynn Alms has been working as director of the Town and Country Public Library for nearly 35 years, and she plans to retire in February. “You just know when it’s time,” Alms said. Alms started working at the library in 1981 as… Keep Reading

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Events/Regional

Lazarus House gala Jan. 16

ST. CHARLES—Lazarus House is now accepting reservations for “Unmasking the Face of Homelessness,” a special Gala being held on Saturday, Jan. 16, at the St. Charles Country Club, 1250 Country Club Road, St. Charles. Enjoy social hour filled with silent auction items, a mystery wine pull and background music by harpist Tina Barber. After dinner,… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

An unpleasant discovery

Photo: Sugar Grove resident Laura Wilson on Dec. 17 found quite the surprise in a bag of red grapes she’d purchased: a black widow spider. The grapes were purchased from the Sugar Grove Aldi location, and originated from a grape distributor in California. Photo submitted by Laura Wilson to cwalker@elburnherald.com Sugar Grove resident finds black… Keep Reading

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Elburn

In the rear-view mirror

Elburn bids farewell to 2015 ELBURN—Elburn Village President Dave Anderson recently took a look back at the year 2015 to revisit some of the village’s highlights, achievements and challenges. Top on his list of achievements was the completion of the Anderson Road extension and bridge project, one that took the cooperation, coordination and tenacity of… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove

Full speed ahead

Hard work pays off for Sugar Grove in 2015 SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove in 2015 experienced the satisfaction of having many of its projects move forward, along with a couple of new developments opening within the village. The new 60-unit Sugar Grove Senior Living apartment facility was completed and opened in October, along with American Heartland… Keep Reading

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