DeKalb County marked it’s 10,000th case of the novel coronavirus Friday and counting, as 24 more cases were reported to close out the week, while the local fully vaccinated population climbed past 30,000.
Kishwaukee College recognized two outgoing board members at a recent Board of Trustees meeting. Roberta “Bobbi” Burke and Ken Doubler were both commended for their dedication to the college and each received a plaque to recognize their service.
Some locals are reporting heightened anxiety as Illinois gradually reopens in a post-vaccine COVID-19 world. Are you anxious about returning to social settings, work or crowds after a year of mitigations? Local mental health professionals offer tips on how to cope.
Lawyers representing Sycamore residents in a class-action lawsuit filed against the City of Sycamore are now in the beginning stages of evidence gathering in the case, related to months of public outcry over concerns about water quality.
The community stage for the summer’s biggest bash, DeKalb Corn Fest, is moving to the Egyptian Theatre this year, event organizers announced this week, while the soundstage will remain outdoors. Here's the full music lineup: