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Oswego

Oswego
The Kendall County village is mostly built out to the west and north, where it abuts Yorkville, Montgomery and Aurora. But it still has some room to grow to the east and south before it meets Plainfield and Joliet. Its current population of about 27,000 will expand to 100,000 after it is built out. Read more about Oswego, IL
The Kendall County village is mostly built out to the west and north, where it abuts Yorkville, Montgomery and Aurora. But it still has some room to grow to the east and south before it meets Plainfield and Joliet. Its current population of about 27,000 will expand to 100,000 after it is built out. Read more about Oswego, IL « Show less

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  • Bill to expand Plainfield park board advances in Springfield

    Bill to expand Plainfield park board advances in Springfield
    A bill aimed at expanding the Plainfield Park District board — and effectively shifting power away from the board majority — is expected to go before the full Illinois House soon. The bill recently passed the House Cities and Villages...
  • Boy pulled from Kendall County pond dies

    Boy pulled from Kendall County pond dies
    A 2-year-old boy pulled from a pond near Montgomery Monday afternoon died Wednesday from near-drowning and hypthermia, officials said. Mohamed Qattum, of the 208 block of Fernwood Drive in unincorporated Kendall County near Montgomery, was pronounced...
  • Check with veterinarian about cat's sneezing

    Check with veterinarian about cat's sneezing
    NASHVILLE, TN -- These reader questions were answered at the American Animal Hospital Association Conference 2014 here, March 20-23. AAHA is the only organization which accredits veterinary practices for excellence in veterinary standards. There are...
  • Boy pulled from Kendall County retention pond

    Boy pulled from Kendall County retention pond
    Police pulled a 2-year-old boy from a pond near Montgomery this afternoon and he was transported to Rush-Copley Hospital, intially in critical condition, officials said. Oswego firefighters responded to a report of a possible drowning around 1 p.m. in a...
  • Cross claims GOP nomination in race for state treasurer

    Cross claims GOP nomination in race for state treasurer
    A veteran state lawmaker claimed the Republican nomination for Illinois treasurer Tuesday night. Rep. Tom Cross, of Oswego, won nearly 57 percent of the vote, vs. just more than 43 percent from opponent Bob Grogan, a two-term DuPage County auditor...
  • Vote March 18th

    To the citizens of Illinois: I am one of the few voters who will go to the polls on March 18 to select the candidates you will vote for in November.  No need to thank me. — Dave Wrenn, Oswego  
  • Q&A: Amanda Drinkall of 'Venus in Fur'

    Q&A: Amanda Drinkall of 'Venus in Fur'
    Amanda Drinkall may have grown up in a conservative Presbyterian family in Oswego, Ill., but that doesn't mean that her family isn't supportive of her decision to step into a pair of stiletto-heeled boots—and not much else—for her role in...
  • Naperville police blotter: March 11

    Naperville police blotter: March 11
    The following items were taken from police reports: Naperville •A mailbox in the 2700 block of Cedar Glade Drive was damaged about 12:30 a.m. Feb. 28. •A vehicle was burglarized in the 800 block of Benedetti Drive between 7 and 9 p.m. Feb....
  • Concealed carry law: Illinois Realtors consider implications

    At homes listed for sale this spring, a prospective buyer may notice the manicured lawn, the pot of flowers by the walkway, and possibly the state's official "no guns" sign posted by the front door. Realty firms, like other businesses, are grappling with...
  • Real estate agents grapple with Illinois' new gun law

    Real estate agents grapple with Illinois' new gun law
    At homes listed for sale this spring, a prospective buyer may notice the manicured lawn, the pot of flowers by the walkway, and possibly the state’s official “no guns” sign posted by the front door. Realty firms, like other businesses,...
  • Four candidates vie for GOP nominee in 50th House race

    The four Republicans vying for the party nomination in the race to replace retiring state Rep. Kay Hatcher share similar positions on almost every issue, including their stated focus – improving Illinois' business climate and economic health....