A video that seems to depict Geneva High School students pulling a student with Down syndrome on the floor was taken out of context, the boy’s parents said in a statement to parents from the principal.
The Geneva High School French teacher at the center of a TikTok video controversy submitted her resignation to the district, according to the agenda for the Monday District 304 school board meeting.
A Geneva High School French teachers is under the gun this week following her posting a profanity-laced rant about someone who would not wear a mask at a choir concert at another school district.
Geneva aldermen recommended approval of a tax increment financing redevelopment agreement with an east side restaurant to cover half the cost of demolishing a building and parking lot expansion.
When the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System sent out an email to local police officials asking if they would respond to critical situations in Chicago, Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain said no.
Hours after the tenant of a proposed 278,000-square-foot distribution facility withdrew its interest, the Geneva City Council voted 11-0 against the 54-acre annexation agreement.
Geneva Community Chest is marking its 50th year this month, having raised and given $5.5 million over that period to more than 30 local charities that serve Geneva.
Residents of Chesapeake Commons and Fields of Geneva East subdivisions, and two aldermen, are in opposition to a 278,000-square-foot distribution facility – purported to be proposed by Amazon – for the southeast corner of Division Street and Kirk Road in Geneva.
The world's largest online retailer, Amazon, could be the true applicant behind a proposed 278,000-square-foot distribution facility proposed for the southeast corner of Division Street and Kirk Road in Geneva, according to city documents.
An updated proposal for a proposed 278,000-square-foot distribution facility along the east side of Kirk Road, now includes weight restrictions for outbound trucks between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. and $50,000 for trees and bushes to serve as Kirk Road screening for residents directly west of the property.
Several parents complained to the Geneva District 304 school board Tuesday about its continued mask mandate for children in school, but Board Member Larry Cabeen defended its policy.
A Carol Stream woman was charged with two counts of felony aggravated battery in a public way following a minor traffic accident in the 400 block of West State Street in Geneva.
Fifty-one Kane County residents attended special clinics to see if they could get their criminal records expunged – that is, erased – and 26 cases filed to do that or have records sealed.
Geneva is set to have a new, independent pharmacy again Oct. 18, after the new Geneva Pharmacy, 501 E. State St., Geneva, passes a final inspection.
With the word sun in its name, Suncast Corporation in Batavia is pushing ahead to have its West Chicago distribution centers – 1.5 million square feet – be 100% solar-powered by the end of 2022.