The meeting is set for 6 p.m. June 7 in the community room on the second floor of the DeKalb Police Department, 700 W. Lincoln Highway.
The Kishwaukee Water Reclamation District is one step closer to enacting a plan that allows it to have more control over developments and zoning outside of DeKalb city proceedings, which officials said will help save taxpayers money.
A DeKalb panel recently gave their preliminary approval to change DeKalb city code, which could pave the way for the Kishwaukee Water Reclamation District to govern as its own sanitary district, similar to Northern Illinois University.
The DeKalb City Council this week appeared nearly split over a proposed parental fine ordinance which they said could address youth misconduct, an occurrence DeKalb Police Chief David Byrd called a "systemic issue."
The district is still targeting an August 2025 opening date for the new elementary school, officials said.
The mansion, originally constructed in 1897, is in the process of changing ownership and undergoing improvements to help preserve the building.
DeKalb residents turned out by the dozens to weigh in at a town hall meeting this week on how best to develop a city-owned vacant lot at the northwest corner of West Hillcrest Drive and Blackhawk Road. They also debated the city's proposal.
A teenager was stabbed during a series of group fights recently that DeKalb officials said Thursday spurred numerous community fighting, bullying and threatening behavior by high school-aged youth. City leaders say they have a plan
The project team behind the city of DeKalb and Northern Illinois University’s bids to suss out support for a Metra extension and feasibility study are soliciting DeKalb County area businesses and locals to weigh in.
The DeKalb Fire Department’s emergency response calls in 2022 remained steady compared to 2021, prompting the department to direct DeKalb city leaders to shore up vehicle, equipment and staffing needs in the city’s 2023 budget.
DeKalb panel action Monday, if upheld by the City Council, allows DeKalb District 428 to plan for elimination of the modular classroom in two years, when a $31.8M plan for a new north side elementary school is expected to be completed.
The informational meeting aims to give those who live and work in and around the Annie Glidden North Neighborhood the opportunity to weigh in on what’s proposed for the empty lot at the corner of West Hillcrest Drive and Blackhawk Road.
Project leaders anticipate starting construction on the hotel in spring 2024 with an opening date targeted in summer 2025, city documents show.
For aspiring engineers at Northern Illinois University, a highlight of their senior year tackles a year-long invention project, which is presented to the community and, potentially, future employers in the spring.
In wake of a DeKalb teenager's death, DeKalb County area domestic violence experts are talking red flags to watch for if ever in a situation where someone close may become violent, and stress resources are available to those in need.