The DeKalb and Sycamore softball teams met on the diamond Friday as both teams gear up for the post season.
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DeKalb County voters took advantage of the early voting period Thursday at the polling place in the DeKalb County Legislative Center in Sycamore. Early voting opened Thursday ahead of the June 28 primary election.
The Sycamore High School baseball team took on Dixon Thursday at the Sycamore Community Sports Complex.
Rochelle High School hosted a Class 2A boys track sectional Wednesday with several area teams competing including Sycamore, Kaneland, Dixon, Rock Falls, Sterling, Burlington Central, Wheaton Academy, Wheaton St. Francis, and Princeton.
Woodstock North and Sycamore met Monday on the pitch at Burlington Central High School in an IHSA Class 2A girls soccer regional game.
The Indian Creek baseball team traveled to Hinckley-Big Rock High School Monday for a play-in game to decide who will advance to participate in the Class 1A Somonauk Regional.
Northern Illinois University held commencement ceremonies Saturday at the Convocation Center as students celebrated graduation with their families.
The 2022 DeKalb County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service, which pays tribute to officers who lost their lives in the line of duty this past year, was held Friday afternoon on the lawn of the DeKalb County Courthouse in Sycamore.
The Willrett Flower Company has been doing arrangements for weddings and events through their website and will be opening a storefront at 302 E. Lincoln Highway in DeKalb in June.
Sycamore High School hosted the boys track Interstate 8 Conference Championship meet Friday with teams from LaSalle-Peru, Kaneland, Morris, Ottawa, Plano, Sycamore and Sandwich.
The Spartan softball team welcomed Dixon Thursday afternoon for a nonconference matchup.
The Genoa-Kingston baseball team welcomed Byron Tuesday afternoon for a matchup on the diamond.
The Indian Creek baseball team welcomed IMSA Monday afternoon in Shabbona.
The DeKalb City Council held a special meeting Monday, May 9, 2022, in the parking lot of the former Hillcrest Shopping Center to announce the start of the demolition process of the building.