The county has $24 million in federal funds at its disposal to help mitigate the devastating financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant money must be allocated by 2024 and spent by 2026, County Administrator Scott Koeppel said.
The owners offer a flavorful line of handcrafted ice creams, Italian ices, yogurts, milkshakes and fruit-infused drinks.
About a quarter of a mile west of Route 47, the two-lane road takes a sharp curve that has often resulted in vehicle accidents that highway engineers euphemistically describe as “roadway departures.”
The city is faced with the prospect of tapping into either Lake Michigan or the Fox River as a source of water by 2030, in order to maintain a reliable supply.
The contestants, both adults and young people, brought a variety of talents to showcase before an excited crowd on Oct. 17 at Venue 1012, Oswego’s brand-new amphitheater off Orchard and Mill roads.
A crowd of about 50 people gathered outside the firehouse in support of George Richter before entering the station.
Clinical therapist Betsey Finnan and occupational therapist Nicole Remblos of Bricolage Wellness examined strategies for dealing with workplace burnout before a group of businesspeople on Oct. 12.
The two lawmakers charged Gov. JB Pritzker with “overreach” for repeatedly invoking emergency powers and governing by executive order.
“It’s improving greatly from where we were 10 years ago,” Yorkville Public Works Director Eric Dhuse said of the city's street maintenance program.
“I’ve told the members of the city council that this is the most critical thing we’re going to do in our time in office,” Yorkville Mayor John Purcell said. “We’re setting our direction for 100 years.”
With the conviction, Kane County Circuit Judge Donald M. Tegeler, Jr. revoked Mark Hampton’s bond and ordered him taken into custody at the Kane County jail. The judge set a Dec. 21 court date for sentencing.
County Board Chairman Scott Gryder noted the difficulties faced by the non-profits, with lower revenues but higher expenses because of the pandemic.“The cost of helping people has increased,” he said.
“It’s gotten to be a very cohesive group to work with,” Jackie Milschewski said of the Yorkville City Council. “I think we’re the best we’ve ever been.”
Kendall County Chief Judge Robert Pilmer denied Williams’ bid to effectively shorten the prison sentence that he had imposed on June 29, 2020.