The school board discussed purchasing five buses at a cost of $478,125 at Monday night’s meeting.
The school board also voted to renew a four-year contract with the district's current athletic wear provider, Game On.
The Batavia City Council approved the two referendum questions focused on changing the roles of city clerk and city treasurer at its Jan. 17 meeting.
Batavia High School Spanish teacher Lisa Stoneberg often gets emails from younger students whom she doesn’t teach.
A developer is expected to build more than 160 new homes in the Winding Creek subdivision in Batavia, while new restaurants will open their doors in the new year.
The referendum narrowly failed in the Nov. 8 general election.
The council also struck a section of this city’s liquor code barring the sale of alcohol online or by phone.
The ability to empathize with students is a necessity for any teacher. It’s an invaluable trait that H.C. Storm and Alex Gustafson School teacher Alexandra Piron has come to appreciate since her own time as a student in the Batavia Public Schools isn’t quite that far off.
The district's 2022 tax levy increased by just over 5% from last year's levy.
The Batavia City Council approved a $148 million budget for 2023 at the Dec. 5 meeting.
The Kaneland school board voted to approve the replacement of three malfunctioning HVAC control units during its Nov. 28 board meeting.
The fee will be in effect for 17 qualifying retailers starting July 1, 2023.
The district should know if the referendum will pass by Nov. 22, once all mail-in ballots are counted.
The Kaneland School District 302 voted at Monday night’s school board meeting to add a $57 million referendum to the April 4 ballot.
A deer tried to get into the showroom at a Westmont auto dealership Wednesday morning, then jumped through the window of a nearby nursing home, injuring one person, police said.