Kane County Animal Control Director Brett Youngsteadt said he has received numerous comments about the Bengal Tiger Encounter show, which is part of next month's Kane County Fair.
The superintendents on Tuesday sent a letter to Illinois State Superintendent of Education Carmen Ayala voicing their concerns about the current guidelines and how they will impact the school year.
Dan Stellato, who is moving to Arizona, was first appointed to the St. Charles Plan Commission in 1989 prior to being elected to the City Council.
Charles A. Fowler, 52, was transported to Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital in Geneva, where he was later pronounced dead. The driver of the semi-truck was treated at the scene by paramedics and released.
Following the recommendation of St. Charles Mayor Lora Vitek, aldermen Monday night unanimously approved the appointment of Heather McGuire at an annual salary of $212,469.71. She will start in the position on July 26.
At 12:33 p.m., St. Charles police and fire departments responded to a report of a crash with injuries at the intersection of Kirk Road and Division Street. Initial callers indicated they believed one person might be entrapped in their vehicle.
Sponsored by the local chapter of the International Organization of Good Templars, Swedish Day is an alcohol-free celebration of the Scandinavian tradition of Midsommar, the longest day of the year in Sweden.
Alderman reviewed concept plans for the property at 2600 E. Main St. during the St. Charles City Council’s Planning and Development Committee meeting on Monday. The property is adjacent to the Foxfield Commons shopping center.
Dr. John Mason on Friday received the city’s highest honor – the Charlemagne Award.
Developer D.R. Horton plans to build 102 townhouses and 62 duplexes on 28.5 acres located northeast of Charlestowne Mall and south of Foxfield Road, known as the Oliver-Hoffman property.
Malik's Music is partnering with the St. Charles Business Alliance this summer to put on a pair of concert fundraisers that will feature young musicians
Darrell Frazier, 18, of the 17700 block of Burnham Avenue in Lansing, has been charged with one count of aggravated battery with a firearm, one count of aggravated vehicular hijacking, one count of armed violence, and two counts of possession of a stolen motor vehicle, all felonies.
St. Charles School Board members on Monday voted 7-0 to pause the agreement, with no penalty being incurred. They also decided that using different materials, the district will continue the training after completing an equity audit.