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Tribune reporterUpdate: St. Charles police cancelled the missing person alert for Sarah Mignin this evening, after she was found safe in Michigan, police said. Police had been looking for the 89-year-old woman after she failed to show up at her daughter’s home...
Of 182 boys and young men recently locked up in Illinois' three medium-security youth prisons, at least 135 used to miss so much school that they were labeled chronic truants. Nearly 60 percent couldn't even read at the third-grade level when they were...
Batavia 'Pride and Prejudice' chosen The One Book, One Batavia selection for 2013 is "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen. One Book, One Batavia is an annual community-wide reading program presented by the Batavia Public Library and co-sponsored...
Allen R. Harju, 53, St. Charles, Ill., speeding, fined $105. Dek Mahamed Bedri, 22, Minneapolis, Minn., speeding, fined $85. Terra Lynn Liebig, 37, of 546 Seventh Ave. S.E., violation of snow removal regulations, fined $117. Matthew James...
Tags: Groton, Prisons, Theft, Trials, Punishment
The city of Elmhurst has outlined a list of capital projects it might do over the next five years, including construction of an underpass at York Road and the Illinois Prairie Path. City Manager Jim Grabowski recently introduced the idea of building...
The following items were taken from Geneva and Batavia police records. Geneva A coin purse containing cash and credit cards was reported stolen from inside a car parked in the 1100 block of Brentwood Place on Feb. 11, according to police. Reports show...
After nearly three years, construction on a St. Charles home for a disabled veteran and his family is expected to get underway this summer. In July 2010, John Hall of St. Charles-based John Hall Homes first presented the idea of building two houses...
A new, expanded nature center recently opened in St. Charles — a facility hoped to become the educational hub for Kane County forest preserves programs. Creek Bend Nature Center opened to the public Feb. 4 in the LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve...
Shoppers and diners in St. Charles and Geneva might notice a few missing mainstays this holiday shopping season, but there are some new restaurants and shops cropping up in their place. In St. Charles, two restaurants, Pi Pizza Perfection, 102 E. Main...
The ponds, creeks and nature trails in St. Charles could soon see more visitors listening intently to the sounds in the air, trying to identify the ribbits, croaks and grunts of frogs. Identifying different types of frogs in the area helps a regional...
Tribune reportersTossing away a plastic bag in a parking lot might be littering, but when it happens after an armed robbery it can lead to a Class X felony charge -- if St. Charles police find a palm print on it. On May 19, a 37-year-old man was attacked by two robbers...
Tags: Glendale Heights, Theft
Ellendale, N.D.: Earl Herman Redlin, 95, of Ellendale died Dec. 21, 2012, at Sanford Palliative Care, Fargo, N.D. He was born July 20, 1917, to Robert Julius and Thersa (Zirbel) Redlin in rural Codington County. Earl was educated in Watertown, where...
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