Sugar Grove Village President Jen Konen delivered her 2022 State of the Village address on Jan. 11 at the Sugar Grove Public Library.
Elburn intends on having the referendum for a new police department on the ballot in November, which is among the biggest news in the village this year, while Sugar Grove will see new restaurant, retail development.
Students continue to attend school in-person, but district is ready if remote learning is needed during the omicron variant surge.
Compensation increases to go into effect on May 1.
A new village president, a beloved holiday event canceled and schools reopening are some of the biggest headlines of the past year.
Darrell Island sank a key free throw and Lane McVicar reached 1,000 career points as DeKalb beat Guilford on Thursday to wrap up the Dayton Classic
Huntley starters Ben Ahmer and Adam Guazz were sitting on the bench together in foul trouble during Wednesday’s semifinal game against DeKalb in the 92nd Annual Chuck Dayton Holiday Classic at DeKalb. While that could’ve spelled doom for the Red Raiders, it proved once again that this team’s talent runs deep.
Bookhunters New and Used Books opened in July.
Sessions allow residents to consider short-term, long-term goals for the village as population continues to grow.
Students will have the entire first week of January 2023 off next school year.
Attorney for developer Shodeen Homes said she’d file an objection at Dec. 6 Village Board meeting.
The dedication of the Kevin Geary memorial bench was held on Nov. 24 and followed by a gathering at the Sugar Grove Township. Geary passed away in October.
Jaden Schutt put it all on display during Tuesday’s home opener against Sandwich, soaring to the rim and hammering down four dunks while knocking down four of his trademark 3-pointers to lead the Mustangs to a 90-52, non-conference victory.