Residents who responded to a planning survey indicated they want the village to protect open spaces while developing areas with infrastructure already in place.
More than 100 people packed a church in Lily Lake Tuesday night to learn more about a proposed development that would expand diesel fuel stations and truck parking.
Sycamore senior Leah Benson won beam and took second in the all-around to lead DeKalb-Sycamore to the regional title at Wheaton Warrenville South Monday while Wheaton Warrenville co-op junior Haylie Hinckley was the all-around champ.
Recognizing the need for a MakerSpace for the Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois to provide better STEM opportunities for her peers, Kaitlin Liu of Sugar Grove is creating Tech Camp GSNI by building a hi-tech MakerSpace at Camp Dean in Big Rock.
Coach Paul Muchmore has seen a lot of things in his 27 years at the helm of the Indian Creek program, but nothing like this season where Izzy Turner is the veteran as a sophomore and playing alongside four freshmen, who also are her only teammates.
Lucas Winburn scored nine of his 11 points in the first quarter and 11 different Sycamore players scored as the Spartans started fast and never let up, racing past visiting Plano 59-32.
Elburn could place a referendum for a new police station as the village will ask its voters during April’s election for permission to borrow nearly $10 million to construct a new station.
DeKalb rallied twice to survive Phillips Academy 46-42 during Friday’s fifth-place game in the 95th Annual Chuck Dayton Holiday Classic.
The Board of Trustees approved the employment separation and release agreement with Brent Eichelberger during Tuesday's board meeting.
The popular holiday event, which had been canceled indefinitely in 2021, is back on Dec. 3, thanks to the efforts of former Sugar Grove Park District Executive Director Karen Pritchard.
Some residents said the the economy was the most important issue facing voters in today's election.
York, playing down a man for a majority of the match, overcame a three-goal deficit Friday in the Class 3A state semifinals, but Romeoville held on, 4-3, in double overtime to take down the defending state champion.
Troyer Carlson rushed for a touchdown and threw for three more to lead Kaneland to a 35-14 victory over Riverside-Brookfield during Friday’s Class 6A first-round game in Maple Park.
Troyer Carlson connected with Aric Johnson on two second-half TD passes and Ty Bradshaw earlier broke off a 60-yard TD run, as the Knights pulled away in the second half to beat La Salle-Peru 28-7.
The district's next opportunity for a referendum question to be put on a ballot is now April 2023.