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Photos: Super Sunday

Over 115 Mothers and daughters gathered at the Sugar Grove Community House Sunday for a special event that empowered girls to be super, presented by PEAK for Kids. Special guest Amy Logan (right) read her best selling book “A Girl With A Cape” for the ladies, and followed with a book signing. Many local volunteers… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove discusses senior living development

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed the planning and restrictions that would accompany a village zoning district exclusively for seniors over the age of 55. The 60-unit apartment complex designated for seniors would be built on approximately 6 acres of land and would have the specific accommodations for a zoning district for… Keep Reading

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Making the grade

The Sugar Grove Fire Department on March 18 held its swearing-in ceremonies of promoted lieutenants Sara Naden and Erik Carlson; paid on-call firefighters, Joseph Beallis, Michael Brown, Bronson Flannagan, Brandon Gudovitz, Kyle MacDonald, Jacob Mackey, Collin O’Neil and Andrew Pauley; and new recruits, Jonathon Anderson, Christopher Caci, Brent Czekala, Brandon Hamblen, Lloyd Hatcher, Nicholas Linden,… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove

Fenili completes School of Police Staff, Command

Photo: Sugar Grove Police Sergeant Gary Fenili (left) was recognized by the Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday for having completed Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command. Fenili is just the second Sugar Grove Police Department supervisor in 22 years to complete the 10-week course. Photos submitted by the Village of Sugar Grove… Keep Reading

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Waubonsee receives workforce training grant

SUGAR GROVE—Waubonsee Community College’s efforts to boost workforce training have received a boost from the state of Illinois. The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has awarded Waubonsee a grant worth $45,500 through the Illinois Employer Training Investment Program (ETIP) to allow the college to reimburse eligible employers for up to half of the… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Village Board talks salt, road repair options

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board on Tuesday discussed its options for purchasing salt and for road repair. Streets Supervisor Geoff Payton addressed his thoughts and recommendations for the purchasing of salt for next year. “We would like to take advantage of the renewal option since we used a lot of our resources this winter,”… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove shows its support for McCannon

SUGAR GROVE—The friends and family of Matt McCannon welcomed over 250 people to his benefit on Friday, March 14, in the Pine Room at Bliss Creek Golf Course in Sugar Grove. McCannon, a long-time Sugar Grove resident, has been unable to work or receive his health insurance benefits without paying full price since he was… Keep Reading

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Photos: Roundup your friends and head on over

Sugar Grove welcomed a new establishment to the village on Monday, as Roundup Sports Bar & Grill officially opened its doors to the public. The sports-minded restaurant moved into the building that previously housed Runway to Galway, located at 1942 Route 30 in Sugar Grove. Keep Reading

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Photos: A little Knightlife

Last week’s Friday Knightlife was held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Elburn and Countryside Community Center. Kaneland-area students gathered for rounds of dodgeball, pizza, board games, air and floor hockey and more. Renee Dee of Sugar Grove poses with daughter, Natalie, 9. Charlie Dee of Sugar Grove enjoys Paisano’s Pizza. Finn Gannon, 8,… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

McDole Parent Teacher Organization trivia fundraiser

SUGAR GROVE—There will be a fierce trivia competition, a silent auction, and the opportunity to walk away with cash and prizes at the McDole PTO’s trivia competition on Wednesday, March 12, in the Pine Room at Open Range Southwest Grill,1 Golfview Road, Sugar Grove. A private room will open at 6:30 p.m. for food and… Keep Reading

Elburn/Sugar Grove

Waubonsee dean elected to Elburn Lions Club Board

SUGAR GROVE—Dr. Scott Peska, dean for students at Waubonsee Community College, has been elected to serve on the board of directors for the Elburn Lions Club. Peska, of Sycamore, has participated as a member of the Elburn Lions Club for about a year, helping to give Waubonsee an enhanced presence within the local club, the… Keep Reading

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SG Library seeks limiting rate increase

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Public Library hopes to increase its limiting rate an additional $2.14 per month, or $25 more per year (for a home valued at $100,000), through a referendum on the March 18 ballot. The library needs additional funds to maintain the facility and grounds, support a number of current programs, departments and… Keep Reading

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Kaneland students shine in academic competition

SUGAR GROVE—Some of the brightest young minds in the Fox Valley area came to Waubonsee Community College on Feb. 4 to compete in the annual Illinois Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Academic Competition. More than 185 students from 13 public and private high schools vied for top honors in seven subject areas. Top finishers… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Volunteer tutors sought to support adult English literacy

AURORA—The Adult Literacy Project at Waubonsee Community College is seeking volunteer tutors to help adult students increase their proficiency in reading, writing and speaking English, as well as math and other basic skills. All training and materials are provided at no charge. The Adult Literacy Project will offer a two-day tutor training program with sessions… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Sugar Grove discusses General Fund

SUGAR GROVE—After several months of a harsh winter, the Sugar Grove Village Board has found that it’s over the estimated budget for several departments, including Public Works department, Streets, and Building and Maintenance departments. The Village Board on Tuesday discussed the details of the General Fund. “Back in November we were expecting to have a… Keep Reading

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McCannon benefit scheduled for March 14

SUGAR GROVE—Life for Sugar Grove resident Matt McCannon was normal and healthy up until a few months ago. McCannon was working and leading life per usual with his wife and three children until he became sick overnight late last year. McCannon had suffered his first multiple sclerosis outbreak, and was soon diagnosed with the autoimmune… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Waubonsee student dedicates success to brother

SUGAR GROVE—Mario Velazquez doesn’t know how far his college education might take him—or how far, exactly, he will take his college education. But Velazquez is certain that his time spent at Waubonsee Community College has served as an essential link—“a bridge,” he says—connecting his past and present to the destinations he believes he will reach… Keep Reading

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Kaneland/Sugar Grove

A feast fit for the arts

Photo: The Kaneland Arts Initiative on Friday celebrated the arts with its fifth annual Fine Arts Feast at Open Range Southwest Grill in Sugar Grove. KHS art teacher Emily VanDelinder-Birchfield plays the accordion for guests in attendance. Photo courtesy Sally Jane Photography SUGAR GROVE—Rebecca Aimone is an Elburn resident and Kaneland parent who regularly attends… Keep Reading

Sugar Grove

Construction plans underway for Route 30 and Dugan Road

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Village Board earlier this year announced that the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is conducting a study on the road improvement plans necessary for Route 30 and Dugan Road in Sugar Grove. IDOT is specifically studying the Route 30 corridor between the eastern part of Route 47 and the western part… Keep Reading

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