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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

Top Oswego Articles

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  • Naperville police blotter: Feb. 4

    Naperville police blotter: Feb. 4
    The following items were taken from Naperville police reports: Naperville •CDs and paperwork were stolen from an unlocked car in an unlocked garage in the 300 block of Pearson Circle between 8 p.m. Jan. 23 and 7:52 a.m. Jan. 24. •A...
  • Naperville police blotter: Jan. 21

    Naperville police blotter: Jan. 21
    The following items were taken from police reports: Naperville •A 21-year-old Oswego man was arrested after being found to be in possession of cannabis about 12:39 a.m. Jan. 10 in the 3200 block of South Illinois Route 59. •City property...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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  
  • Bail set at $30K for 2 caught stealing vases from Rosehill, suspected in suburban thefts

    Bail set at $30K for 2 caught stealing vases from Rosehill, suspected in suburban thefts
    Two suburban men are accused of stealing bronze vases from Rosehill Cemetery plots Wednesday after Kendall County authorities alerted Chicago police the pair might be there and are suspected of similar thefts in Kendall County, authorities said. A judge...
  • Escaped inmate found at North Side chicken restaurant

    Escaped inmate found at North Side chicken restaurant
    A Cook County Jail detainee who "walked away" from a work site this morning has been taken back into custody after he was located at a fried chicken restaurant on the North Side. "Apparently he didn't like our food,'' said Cara Smith, a spokeswoman...
  • Man charged in Kendall County police pursuit

    Man charged in Kendall County police pursuit
    A Woodridge man has been charged with fleeing police after an early morning pursuit that began in west suburban Aurora. Shortly after midnight, Kendall County sheriffs were notified about a vehicle that had fled a traffic stop being made by the Aurora...
  • Madigan goes against Quinn on pension reform

    Madigan goes against Quinn on pension reform
    SPRINGFIELD — House Speaker Michael Madigan on Wednesday tried to increase the pressure on fellow Democrats in the Senate to get behind his version of pension reform and abandon their own as they head into Gov. Pat Quinn’s special session next...
  • Quinn minimum wage hike could be tough sell

    Quinn minimum wage hike could be tough sell
    It won’t be easy for Democrat Gov. Pat Quinn to find enough lawmakers to vote for the minimum wage increase, what with business groups pronouncing it a “job killer.” But the best news for Quinn is that key Democratic lawmakers...
  • West Chicago woman charged in fatal Oswego accident

    West Chicago woman charged in fatal Oswego accident
    A West Chicago woman was charged with drunk driving after the vehicle she was driving was involved in an accident in Oswego that killed her passenger, police said today. The accident happened at 12:02 a.m Sunday in the 5000 block of Minkler Road in...