Tanzania Development Support group reflects after more than 19,400-foot hike, fundraising for Tanzania school
In an attempt to combat existing workforce shortages, Northwestern Delnor Hospital in Geneva is piloting a program that brings back a familiar staffer to healthcare life: A licensed practical nurse.
A northern Illinois natural gas provider gained Sycamore city approval to build and operate a 160-foot radio communications tower on Dosen Drive on the city’s south side.
The St. Charles Police Department has had an agreement with the Neighbors app since 2019.
Area youth got their hands dirty Wednesday learning about insects, composting and the role worms play in sustainable food production during the kickoff of a day camp run by the DeKalb County Community Gardens.
In an attempt to combat existing workforce shortages, Northwestern Kishwaukee Hospital in DeKalb is piloting a program that brings back a familiar staffer to healthcare life: A licensed practical nurse.
More than 90 residential water service pipes lined with lead have been replaced by the city of Sycamore so far, according to a recent update from city officials. That and other infrastructure updates here:
Calls for service from the Sycamore Fire Department increased by 23% over the past year, according to a recently published annual report.
The city of Sycamore is set to begin the process for its next fire chief.
Water main work on Sabin Street in Sycamore is underway, according to a construction update posted by the city of Sycamore Friday.
A drive-thru sandwich shop is proposed for a Fourth Street building in DeKalb formerly used by KFC on the south side more than a decade ago. The city's Planning and Zoning Commission will consider the proposal Monday.
In the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic forced doctors and area hospitals to delay routine health screenings amid viral surges and overburdened hospital workers.
A northern Illinois natural gas provider is seeking Sycamore city approval to build and operate a 160-foot radio communications tower on Dosen Drive on the city’s south side.
In an effort to encourage nonprofit organizations to rent open space in downtown Sycamore’s City Center, Sycamore City Council this week amended the rent rate for nonprofits to $300 per month.
Weeks of water main construction along Illinois Route 64 near downtown Sycamore was completed Thursday, with new work expected to begin on Exchange Street next week.