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Geneva (Kane, Illinois)

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  • Tornado assistance available

    Tornado assistance available
    There are many organizations assisting victims of the tornadoes in central Illinois. Here are a few of the many ways to help: Red Cross The American Red Cross has opened shelters in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Red Cross vehicles are also...
  • Geneva council considers solar panel plan

    Geneva council considers solar panel plan
    Geneva would provide a fraction of its power from a solar array built on the east side of the city under a plan being considered by aldermen. A private solar company put forth the plan after city council members voted earlier this year to walk away from...
  • Tri-Cities residents begin to discuss local housing's future

    Tri-Cities residents begin to discuss local housing's future
    Geneva residents and elected officials gathered at a workshop recently to discuss what kinds of housing development or redevelopment they'd like to see in their neighborhoods given that the city could see several thousand new households within the next 30...
  • Bike paths touted for Route 31 in Geneva

    Route 31 in Geneva could be reduced from four lanes to two, with bicycle lanes added to the sides, under a proposal that aldermen recently voted to advance. Their vote did not approve the "road diet," as the project has been referred to, but it does...
  • St. Charles School District 303 faces another lawsuit

    A St. Charles parent has filed a lawsuit against St. Charles School District 303 and another student's parents after she said her son was injured as a result of being allowed to play near a boy that had bullied him. A woman and her son are listed as...
  • Tri-Cities schools say their key mission is college readiness

    Tri-Cities schools say their key mission is college readiness
    As parents in the Tri-Cities begin to digest the declining scores on statewide exams, school officials say the numbers don't reflect a key marker – whether schools are adequately preparing kids for college. According to the school report card data...
  • Suburban mayors sign letter urging passage of same-sex marriage law

    Suburban mayors sign letter urging passage of same-sex marriage law
    Several suburban mayors in the Fox Valley recently signed a letter urging state legislators to pass a law legalizing same-sex marriage during the fall veto session. The letter, written by Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns and released last week by the gay...
  • Business fails liquor check, and more

    News briefs from Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles and Kane County. Batavia Band starts up Practice begins this week for a new community band for adults in Batavia. The band will perform at various holiday and special city events throughout the year....
  • Hinckley woman dies in Kane County accident

    Hinckley woman dies in Kane County accident
    A 23-year-old Hinckley woman died in a two-vehicle crash Sunday in Kane County. According to a press release from the Kane County Sheriff's Office, Kelly Morsch was driving a 2012 Ford Focus eastbound on Route 38 west of Meredith Road between Elburn and...
  • Windshield air pockets: Cracking open a mystery

    Windshield air pockets: Cracking open a mystery
    Q: On my 2011 Dodge Charger, about a month ago I noticed at the upper corners of the front windshield what appears to be air pockets under the glass, radiating in a dendritic pattern in an arc (looks like a fern branch). It is about one inch in radius...
  • 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&...