KANELAND—A District 302 staff member has been recognized as an Educator of the Year in Kane County.
Kane County—The Kane County Health Department, the Illinois Department of Public Health Laboratories, and other local health departments have reported a recent increase in Salmonella ser. Typhimurium in Northeastern Illinois.
SUGAR GROVE—In the world of aviation, earning a spot on Aviation International News’ (AIN) survey of the top 40 fixed-base operator (FBO) facilities in the country is like winning the Super Bowl. Earning the No.1 spot on the list is like winning baseball’s Triple Crown.
KANE COUNTY—A Kane County judge dismissed a lawsuit against Kane County Board Chairman Karen McConnaughay brought by Elburn resident James MacRunnels. The lawsuit claimed that McConnaughay violated county ordinances when she gave out 14 raises to employees.
Kane County—Kane County is in a position to take advantage of future growth opportunities as a result of the fiscal prudence taken by the County Board during the last 10 years, according to the board chairman.
KANE COUNTY—Roadway work necessary to implement Kane County’s 2011 Resurfacing Program is scheduled to begin the week of May 2 on the following roads …
ST. CHARLES—Garfield Farm Museum will hold its annual Garfield Farm Museum Awards for historic and environmental preservation on Saturday, May 7, at 8:30 p.m. at the Dunham Woods Riding Club in Wayne.
AURORA/SUGAR GROVE—Bob Rieser began working for the city of Aurora in May 1971 as a summer college intern while working toward a degree in civil engineering.
SPRINGFIELD—Anyone in Illinois with a question about a legal matter can call and talk to a lawyer at no cost on Ask A Lawyer Day, Saturday, April 30.
CAMPTON HILLS—The village of Campton Hills is updating its comprehensive plan that will guide land use and other decisions for decades to come.
U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) announced at a press conference at Geneva High School on April 20 that he will be the lead Republican sponsor on legislation to protect the driving public, particularly teenagers, through the nationwide adoption of Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) laws.
Kane County—The Kane County Sheriff’s Department confiscated what officials believe to be the largest amount of heroin ever seized in Kane County following a routine traffic stop Monday in Elgin.
Kane County—Kane County Treasurer David J. Rickert announced this week that taxpayer’s 2010, payable 2011, property tax bills will be mailed out on or before Tuesday, April 26.
Illinois—llinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford on Monday 18 announced a low-interest loan program for farmers in conjunction with the Illinois Farm Bureau.
Elburn—A puppy named Arrow, who was born at a kennel named Texas Aussies, was adopted by a lady in Texas who owns a ranch named Flaming Arrow.
KANE COUNTY—Construction work on Keslinger Road over Mill Creek Bridge and Hughes Road over Blackberry Creek Bridge began Monday and are scheduled to end June 30.
Bristol resident Jeff Goins (left) and Aurora University assistant professor of English Heidi Rosenberg use individual paper words to compose a poem at Phillips Library.
Study looks at Kane’s health
KANE COUNTY—The County Health Rankings, a national study released recently, show once again that Kane County residents are some of the healthiest in the state.
SPRINGFIELD—The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), along with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), presented fluoridation awards to 433 community water systems for maintaining state-mandated fluoride levels every month in 2010.
GENEVA—U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) announced he is now accepting applications for fall semester internships in both his Washington, D.C. and Geneva offices.