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Former police Lt. Don Kramer is aiming to follow in his father's footsteps as Kane County Sheriff next year. Kramer, 55, of Geneva, recently announced his candidacy for sheriff in the 2014 election. He's the first to come forward, and will run as a...
Tags: Elections, Primaries, Substance Abuse, Politics
Consultants hired to investigate whether Geneva's downtown qualifies for establishment of a "business district" that would collect additional sales tax to fund downtown projects are scheduled to finish the job this summer. Nancy Hill of Ehlers and...
Tribune reporterAt least eight of Applebee’s 33 restaurants in the Chicago area are expected to close as its local franchisee seeks to reorganize its operations in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a spokesman said late yesterday. The casual-dining chain has 2,000 U.S....
The clock was ticking, and Olivia Block had yet to plate the last course. During the three-hour test, judges had hovered over her shoulder, a fellow competitor was inches away on the other side of the table, and the nearby audience watched every move as...
An innovative community on working farm Serosun Farms by John DeWald & Associates has a development in Hampshire, Ill., in north central Kane County, just west of the Fox River Valley area that includes St. Charles, Geneva and Elgin. We asked them about...
Tags: Hampshire, Energy Saving, Agriculture, House Building, Elgin
The search for a new director of USC’s journalism school has taken a confusing turn after a Northwestern University professor accepted the job but then suddenly withdrew two days later. Douglas Foster’s reversal and decision not to head up...
Charles "Chic" Williams, the man Geneva parents knew to call day or night for problems with their teens, died last week at his Rockford home. Mr. Williams, 67, began his career at Geneva High School in 1969 as an English teacher, eventually becoming...
Tags: Substance Abuse
News briefs from the Tri-Cities. Geneva District 304 renames building to honor Coultrap The Geneva Community Unit School District 304 Board of Education has voted to change the name of the central office on Fourth Street to the Coultrap...
The following are taken from police reports: Wheaton •Residents are asked to be on alert after a driver approached a boy and offered him candy on April 16 around 3:30 p.m. near Danada Drive and Naperville Road. The older Oldsmobile was occupied...
Pro-Gun America fears that gun registration will certainly lead to confiscation by an Obama government determined to disarm and, thereby, control his "subjects." Obviously a "slippery slope" like that would be something to fear. Slippery slopes,...
Tribune reporterThroughout the Tri-Cities, cleanup and recovery efforts were underway Friday, as some waited to see whether the Fox River would continue to rise in key areas during the weekend. Officials in St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia reported improved road...
Geneva's Ben Kanute won both the Olympic distance and sprint races at the Collegiate Triathlon Championships this weekend in Tempe, Arizona. Kanute, 20, a sophomore at the University of Arizona, also had the fastest leg in the mixed team relay. Former...
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