The Geneva couple has transformed the former Johnson's Statuary at 316 Cedar St. into Cedar Fox Wedding and Events. The business is housed in a limestone structure that dates back to 1855.
According to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, 1,584 Americans, including 65 individuals from Illinois, remain unaccounted for in Southeast Asia.
At the City Council’s Planning and Development Committee meeting Monday, aldermen unanimously recommended approval of special uses for a restaurant and drive-through facility for the former TitleMax building at 2015 W. Main St. in St. Charles, near its former location, which closed in February 2020.
Kane County Health Department Assistant Director for Community Health Michael Isaacson can’t say for certain whether the area will see a twindemic in the coming months, where flu and COVID-19 cases simultaneously rise and overwhelm hospitals.
At the City Council’s Planning and Development Committee meeting on Monday, aldermen unanimously recommended extending the program through the winter season and ending it by April 15. The program is currently set to end on Dec. 31.
A 72-year-old St. Charles man riding a motorcycle was seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash near St. Charles Monday afternoon.
Actor and comedian Chris Witaske, a 2001 St. Charles East High School graduate, talks about his career and his upcoming show, "Chicago Party Aunt," which premieres Sept. 17 on Netflix.
The four-day St. Charles Jazz Weekend wrapped up on Sunday.
Andrew King was a St. Charles native and 1977 graduate of Elgin Academy who worked at the World Trade Center and died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
A new developer has submitted plans to redevelop the largely vacant Charlestowne Mall on St. Charles’ east side.
The owner of the popular porcelain figurine company Precious Moments recently sold his 45-acre estate near St. Charles for $3 million.
Andrew King, a bond trader who worked at the World Trace Center, died in the attack. He was 42.
The building that formerly housed Pub 222 in downtown St. Charles will take on a new name and a new life as an American gastropub called Whiskey Bend.