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Geneva (Kane, Illinois)

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  • Baseball | St. Charles East gets a lift from newcomers

    Baseball | St. Charles East gets a lift from newcomers
    The St. Charles East baseball team wasn't expecting a strong start, but the Saints are looking for another solid finish. The Saints finished third at the Class 4A state tournament last spring but returned just two starters this season. Illinois State...
  • 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...
  • Elburn man killed in Kane County crash

    Elburn man killed in Kane County crash
    An Elburn man died following a two-vehicle crash Monday morning in Kane County, according to sheriff’s police. Police identified the dead man as 68-year-old Burton Brown of the 48W000 block of Country Life Drive. Brown was heading east on...
  • Riverbank land will be studied for TIF

     Riverbank land will be studied for TIF
    The city of Geneva wants a consultant to analyze land on the east bank of the Fox River to see if it can form a TIF district there to spur development. The City Council's committee of the whole voted unanimously Monday night to pay SB Friedman, a Chicago...
  • 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...
  • Math-science charter school proposed for Elgin area

    Math-science charter school proposed for Elgin area
    Just over a year after 18 school districts rejected a proposal to create a virtual charter school in the Fox Valley, Elgin-based District U-46 is considering a charter application for a math and science school that would integrate classroom learning...
  • 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,...
  • Penrose Brewing (finally) reaches Chicago taps

    Penrose Brewing (finally) reaches Chicago taps
    Brewer Tom Korder already had plenty of details to share about Penrose Brewing Company when we first spoke to him in September. From big-picture ideas about his brewing style to intricacies like beer names and tap handle design, it felt like Penrose could...
  • Dodging the obvious

    Dodging the obvious
    When Tony Pacini saw 27-year-old law student Andrea Alvarez across the dodgeball court in early February 2011, she definitely made an impression. "She was hit with a ball and got out right away," remembers Tony, who was 29 and working in sales for AT&...
  • Cook County Jail's sordid history

    Cook County Jail's sordid history
    Almost as if it is cursed, Cook County Jail is perennially either grossly overcrowded or unable to hang on to all its prisoners. Crafty ones devise ingenious escapes, others benefit from bureaucratic blunders. Last week, a convicted murderer enjoyed a few...