While election results were delayed from being published for several hours Tuesday night, DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder Doug Johnson wants to assure voters the now-live results are accurate.
A roundup of news and results from the June 28 primary
Incumbent lawmaker Tony McCombie leads retired police officer Victoria Onorato in the Republican primary polls Tuesday for the 89th District in the Illinois House of Representatives, according to unofficial results.
Update: Nearly three hours after primary polls closed Tuesday in DeKalb County, election results were updated on a new portal via the DeKalb County Clerk & Recorder’s Office online.
Five DeKalb County educators were awarded Monday for their work inspiring a love of learning in their students over the past year.
Reactions from people across the Illinois Valley were mixed to the Supreme Court's overruling of Roe v. Wade
Like many over the past 50 years, Kanjana Thepboriruk, of DeKalb, said she made a personal choice when she decided to terminate a pregnancy. "I want to de-stigmatize all of the things I grew up as a young woman not talking about because it was shameful to normalize it," she said
A new tattoo parlor and body modification shop won approval from the Sycamore City Council this week to set up shop in town.
Nearly 100 area schoolchildren flocked to Jonamac Orchard Wednesday for a summer day camp to learn all about farm safety and rural living from the DeKalb County Farm Bureau. The biannual camp returned for the first time since 2018.
Sycamore residents showed up again this week to voice concerns about a potential towing service coming to town, though the business hasn’t yet won full approval to operate. A final vote is expected in July on the proposed business.
“My hope is the community will come out and celebrate freedom,” said DeKalb pastor Joe Mitchell of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. The second annual free family-friendly Juneteenth celebration will start at noon Sunday in Hopkins Park.
A new tattoo parlor and body modification shop is one step closer to leasing space for a studio shop on West Elm Street in Sycamore.
Cooling centers are free and available to use for the public to beat the heat as DeKalb County swelters under continued heat indexes topping 100 degrees and a heat advisory through Wednesday.
The second annual pride event will take place Thursday, June 23, doors open at the Egyptian Theatre at 6 p.m. It will feature a short pride march, and a film viewing.
A Northern Illinois University professor has compiled a Juneteenth reading list for others to learn more throughout June about the federal holiday.