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Geneva (Kane, Illinois)

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  • Father of accused bully says boys should have been kept apart

    Father of accused bully says boys should have been kept apart
    The father of a boy accused in a lawsuit of bullying another boy at a St. Charles school said school personnel failed to keep the two first-graders away from each other, as he said had been arranged. "They said they were going to separate them and...
  • Creating tax for disability services would put Kane County in unique spot

    Creating tax for disability services would put Kane County in unique spot
    If Kane County voters approve a tax proposal to fund developmental disabilities services next month, county officials, providers and the general public will have to work through a system that exists nowhere else in Illinois. The county, according to...
  • Crews work to clear Geneva's roads

    Crews work to clear Geneva's roads
    In Geneva, snow crews worked through the night to clear the city's main roads. "They were in pretty good shape as of 8 a.m. this morning, so we didn’t have any major traffic problems as a result of snow" said Kevin Stahr, communications director...
  • Two Geneva residents seek GOP nod in Dist. 11 county board race

    Two Geneva residents seek GOP nod in Dist. 11 county board race
    The two Republicans running for the Kane County Board seat currently held by Mike Donahue are longtime residents of Geneva, and each says his background better qualifies him for the job. John Martin, an attorney and founder of a Wheaton-based law firm,...
  • Oak Park, River Forest, La Grange police blotter: Feb. 25

    Oak Park, River Forest, La Grange police blotter: Feb. 25
    The following items were taken from police reports: Oak Park A 26-year-old Chicago man was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and illegal possession of ammunition without a firearm owner's...
  • Tri-Cities officials review housing recommendations

     Tri-Cities officials review housing recommendations
    Exploring employer-assisted housing options in St. Charles and expanding Batavia's crime-free rental housing program to include single-family residences are just two of several recommendations to come out of a months-long project aimed at considering...
  • Residents seek answers on Batavia electric rates

    Residents seek answers on Batavia electric rates
    Batavia officials are considering an electric rate increase or an increased sales tax to help pay for the city's participation in an energy project that is costing the city millions. In advance of a March vote on whether to increase rates or taxes,...
  • Local Voices West: March 13 edition

    Local Voices West: March 13 edition
    Letters to the editor from Wheaton, Elmhurst and Geneva. School repairs I am voting yes on March 18 for the referendum that would allow District 87 to make vital repairs and facility improvements at all four of our high schools. I view this as a...
  • Woman found hanged at Kane County Jail

    Woman found hanged at Kane County Jail
    A female inmate was found hanged Friday while in custody at the Kane County Adult Justice Center, officials said. An officer found the woman unresponsive in her cell around 1:45 p.m while making a routine check, the Kane County Sheriff's Office said...
  • Towns pay a high price for power

    Towns pay a high price for power
    Across the nation, cities are taking advantage of deals for cheaper electricity made possible by low-cost natural gas. But not in five Chicago suburbs and more than 200 other Midwestern towns that made a big bet on coal. Almost every month, Batavia,...
  • Stolen credit card helps U.S. marshals nab suspect in deadly carjacking spree

    Stolen credit card helps U.S. marshals nab suspect in deadly carjacking spree
    The use of a stolen credit card in Milwaukee helped U.S. marshals nab a north suburban man who police say went on a weekend carjacking spree in Chicago and caused a crash that killed an 11-year-old boy.  Rockie Douglas, 34, was waiting for food at a...