Energy was high at Northern Illinois University’s Convocation Center Friday, as dozens gathered in support of the DeKalb and Sycamore booster programs that raised $46,000 during the semiannual FNBO Challenge.
DeKalb city leaders are moving ahead with plans to maintain current bus fares – at least for now. Rates are expected to remain in place until 2025, at which point city leaders may consider increases.
The leadership at St. Mary School invites the school community to take part in a slate of activities planned as part of Catholic Schools Week, which begins Jan. 29 and ends Feb. 4.
“There’s real opportunity right now with a lot of the federal money that’s going to be available as part of the infrastructure act that’s going to get passed onto Illinois,” DeKalb Mayor Cohen Barnes said, regarding a possible Metra station in DeKalb.
The impact of having a new code of conduct in place for the start of the 2022-23 school year may have prompted students in DeKalb schools to see fewer out-of-school suspensions but more in-school suspensions, District 428 data shows.
Local experts say people have been starting the New Year on a positive note by eliminating alcohol from their diet. So much so, it’s leading non-alcoholic beverages to gain steam in the market.
Despite DeKalb County electoral officials knocking him from the April 4 ballot, Michael “Corn Bread” Zasada wants to ensure his name remains an option for voters as the only one running for DeKalb Park Board commissioner.
The DeKalb Electoral Board on Friday voted to dismiss objections against the City Council’s 5th Ward aldermanic candidate Scott Adams, meaning the alderman will remain on the April 4 election ballot.
The proposal is an extension of one of several 2023 summer build outs planned as DeKalb District 428 leaders identify needs to create more space for students and staff in five of the district’s school buildings, district documents show.
A fight between two students in a Northern Illinois University residential hall led one to a nearby hospital for treatment over the weekend, campus officials confirmed Tuesday.
The tavern will undergo major improvements prompting its temporary closure next month.
Tips for talking to youth about football, first-aid safety offered at DeKalb library’s after-school program. The monthly lecture series is typically designed to help area youth connect STEM concepts to current events.
DeKalb’s Ward 5 Alderman Scott McAdams will have to wait a little bit longer to learn if his name may remain on the April 4 consolidated election ballot after no decision was made Friday by the city's Electoral Board on objections to his candidacy.
The only person running for one of two available seats on the DeKalb Park District’s Board of Commissioners was kicked off the April election ballot this week after a ruling by the DeKalb County Electoral Board.
Former DeKalb District 428 school board member Howard Solomon was knocked from the April 4 ballot this week after a ruling by the DeKalb County Electoral Board. Solomon said he plans to still run as a write-in candidate.