A Norridge man was charged with felony aggravated assault of a police officer by allegedly almost rear-ending a squad car, according to Batavia police report released following a Freedom of Information Act request.
For September 13 through 20: Police reports from the city of Batavia
Campton Hills residents in an equestrian subdivision are worried that when the the village's zoning code gets updated, it will require special use permits for horses and licensing for chickens, while Village President Michael Tyrrell says it will not.
When a domestic violence survivor goes back to her abuser and gets physically injured again, the response should not be that she was asking for it, executive directors of Kane County’s two domestic violence shelters said.
More details regarding an alleged aggravated kidnapping July 19 were released in a St. Charles police report following a Freedom of Information Act request.
Geneva police officers and sergeants were presented with lifesaving medals Monday, as Chief Eric Passarelli told of three events in the past year where officers’ actions gave three people a second chance at life.
Geneva aldermen approve a special event application for the annual Ooh La La Chocolate Race, though local merchants don't like the location of 20 port-a-potties lined up on their street.
Local author John Bray of St. Charles will read from his new children’s picture book, “The End” at 1 p.m. Oct. 2 at Penrose Brewing Company, 509 Stevens St., Geneva.
Businesses and other properties in Batavia, reported graffiti vandalism believed to have occurred overnight from Sept. 12-13, according to police reports.
TowerNorth Development LLC filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Geneva over its denial last month of a zoning amendment to allow a 100-foot Verizon Wireless cell tower at 1800 W. State St., asking a judge to order the city to approve its zoning application.
Kane County Board member Mark Davoust’s opponent in the Nov. 8 general election, Democrat Thomas Hodge, is alleging that Davoust is not a legal resident of Illinois and not only cannot continue serving on the board, but is not eligible to be on the ballot.
After nearly a month and a half without an agreement, Campton Hils and the Campton Township Highway District approved a new five-year amended contract.
A stormwater drainage study, done over three years, identified 25 areas of Geneva as needing drainage infrastructure improvements at an estimated cost of nearly $17 million, according to a presentation at a special City Council meeting Monday.
Geneva District 304 school officials are looking for input on 10 of 31 qualities the community wants to see in a new superintendent.
The table was piled high with food – cans of black beans, a gallon of milk, a bag of rice, a carton of eggs, a fresh cantaloupe, a bag of pancake mix.