St. Charles North High School student athlete Alyssa Watanapongse is competing at the national level as a saddle seat horse rider.
Army Corps officials said there were over 300 people at the Monday night meeting in St. Charles, and over 100 attended last night’s meeting in Elgin to consider plans to remove dams along the Fox River.
Progress continues on construction of the First Street plaza project in downtown St. Charles, just south of Route 64.
St. Charles School District 303 board members approved the purchase of two new school buses at a board meeting Sept. 11.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency opened an investigation into the Smithfield Foods meat processing facility in St. Charles after complaints of foul odors.
Starting in the 2024-25 school year, Fox Ridge Early Childhood Center will become an elementary school, early childhood care will be moved to the Haines Center and Lincoln Elementary School will be repurposed to house transition programming and staff offices.
Actress Courtney Rioux, a St. Charles native, is warning that viewers could be in for a winter of reality TV, news and game shows if the actors union isn’t able to come to a resolution with Hollywood studios, production companies and streaming services.
Recovery Centers of America St. Charles celebrated its third anniversary on Sept. 1, and is celebrating Recovery Month with two community events.
Mayor Lora Vitek appointed Jeffrey Mengler as a Natural Resources Commission member at Tuesday's meeting.
Kane County residents receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, benefits can use them to purchase fresh local produce at the Batavia Farmers’ Market.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Charles will be awarding grants of up to $5,000 to non-profit organizations working to better their community before the end of this year.
A St. Charles LGBTQ activist who is the founder and president of Out in Fox Valley was sentenced Aug. 17 to court supervision after pleading guilty earlier this month to possession of explosive ammunition.
St. Charles School District 303 committee members approved of the purchase of two new school buses at the Aug. 28 Business Services Committee meeting.
St. Charles City Council members voted Aug. 21 to approve of a 138-foot cell tower off Route 64 on the city’s east side.
U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi recently sent letters to two federal agencies, asking them to conduct an inspection of the Smithfield Foods meat processing facility in St. Charles, due to the increasing reports from residents about the plant’s foul odors.