St. Charles fire and police departments continue to investigate the cause of a massive fire that broke out at the former Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles Saturday afternoon.
Plans call for tearing down a former bank building next to the Foxfield Commons shopping center in St. Charles to make way for an Andy’s Frozen Custard store and a Physicians Immediate Care center.
State’s attorneys from Kane, Kendall and DuPage counties are voicing concerns the Safety, Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today Act signed into law last year by Gov. JB Pritzker will result in more, not less, violent criminals in their communities.
State’s attorney’s from Kane, Kendall and DuPage counties are voicing concerns the Safety, Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today Act signed into law last year by Gov. JB Pritzker will result in more, not less, violent criminals in their communities.
St. Charles alderpersons have given the green light to a proposed unpaved motorcycle training course at the Fox River Harley-Davidson store at 131 S. Randall Road in St. Charles.
Two nonprofit organizations – the St. Charles History Museum and the St. Charles Business Alliance – will be able to continue to help put the spotlight on St. Charles as a result of city funding.
A vacancy has emerged on the St. Charles City Council after 1st Ward Alderperson Richard Balla on Monday announced he is moving out of the ward.
Sporting messages like “You Made It!” and “Just Keep Growing,” five new murals are welcoming visitors to downtown St. Charles with a splash of color.
The city of St. Charles will no longer require businesses to wait a year in order to apply for a video gaming license.
Starting July 1, the St. Charles Public Library will no longer charge fines for overdue materials.
During the St. Charles Area Chamber of Commerce's Charlemagne Gala on Friday, St. Charles business owner Linda Strohschein was presented with the annual L.E.A.P. award given by the Chamber of Commerce Women's Business Council
During Friday's Charlemagne Awards Gala at the Q Center in St. Charles, former St. Charles mayor Ray Rogina was presented with the city’s highest honor – the Charlemagne Award.
North Aurora police officers Thursday afternoon were forced to shoot a dog after the dog attacked its owner and a 6-year-old boy.
The St. Charles Library Board has decided not to renew its contact with a security firm that was put in place after threats were made earlier this year against employees for following the state's indoor mask requirements that were in place at the time.
The St. Charles Library Board has hired an executive search firm to help find the next director for the St. Charles Public Library.