Animal rights advocates are backing a bill sponsored by State Rep. Barbara Hernandez, D-Aurora, that would make it illegal to declaw cats.
The St. Charles City Council on Monday took a step toward increasing the city's home rule sales tax to generate more revenue for street funding.
What began as a father-son challenge to see a game in each NFL stadium during one season is now in its 10th year of helping fulfill the wishes of members of the military as well as first responders to attend sporting events nationwide.
With charcuterie boards being an increasingly popular way to serve food at parties and other special events, two St. Charles businesses are teaming up to present a Valentine’s Day charcuterie-building class.
An Aurora police officer today shot a person who was allegedly armed with knives at a house in the 900 block of Colorado Avenue in Aurora.
The St. Charles Plan Commission this month will hold a public hearing on plans to increase the height of townhouses proposed to be built northeast of Charlestowne Mall and south of Foxfield Road in St. Charles.
During the episode, entitled “Winding Down From the Windy City,” the couple is shown three different houses in St. Charles. The episode aired Tuesday night.
After being in business since 2016, the CVS Pharmacy at 1500 Lincoln Highway in St. Charles is set to close its doors on Wednesday.
Geneva native Doug Shaffer is happy that a movie he produced starring Anna Camp and Rob Mayes is helping shed a light on such important issues as mental illness and homelessness.
A St. Charles house will be featured in an upcoming episode of HGTV’s “House Hunters.”
At the newly opened store, The Whimsy Farm Candy Store in Campton Hills, one can find candy from Argentina as well as other countries. The store, located at 40W134 Campton Crossings Drive in the Campton Square Shopping Center, opened in December.
The St. Charles City Council next month is set to amend the city’s liquor license rules to allow a cooking school to sell beer and wine.
St. Charles School Board members next week will resume the discussion on whether to change the district's policy on allowing students to transfer to a different elementary school in the district.
St. Charles alderpersons on Monday began discussions on whether to increase the city’s home rule sales tax to generate more revenue for street funding and whether to increase utility rates through 2027 to keep up with the cost of operations, capital projects and debt service.
The St. Charles Council next month is poised to create a tax increment financing district to spur the redevelopment of the shuttered Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles.