News, articles and information about Batavia, Illinois from the Kane County Chronicle and Shaw Local
To launch the holiday season, Albright Community Theatre presents “A Christmas Carol” weekends from Dec. 2 to 11 in downtown Batavia.
The meals contained everything needed for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for a family of eight, including a whole frozen turkey, fruit, vegetables, dessert and more.
The Batavia Police Department has announced there will be several temporary roadblocks and traffic interruptions throughout the northwest side of the city.
The fee will be in effect for 17 qualifying retailers starting July 1, 2023.
The campus monitors’ reports released in response to a Shaw Local News Network Freedom of Information Act request offered additional insight into what transpired leading up to the headlock captured on video.
Batavia Fire Department Chief Craig Hanson has announced the appointment of two deputy chiefs to assist in managing operations and administration for the department.
Police reports from the Batavia Police Dept. from Nov. 13-16, 2022
The annual Celebration of Lights Festival will light up the Batavia Riverwalk the evening of Nov. 27 as the community gathers to kick off the holiday season and welcome Santa.
Starting July 1, shoppers at some stores in Batavia may have to start paying for each single-use bag in which their purchases are placed.
The district should know if the referendum will pass by Nov. 22, once all mail-in ballots are counted.
The shopping event was created to encourage residents to support local businesses this holiday season.
Police reports from the Batavia Police Dept. for Oct. 30-Nov. 9, 2022
The Boardwalk Shops were created by Batavia MainStreet in partnership with the city of Batavia to help house and support small retail businesses and create a place where shoppers could find local products.
The proceeds from the party will support the Batavia United Way’s Adopt-A-Family program which serves about 150 families in need in Batavia with gifts of clothing, games and toys during the holiday season.
Batavia Public Library cardholders of all ages may experience Big Library Read, the world’s largest digital book club, with Newberry Award-winning young adult novel “A Snake Falls to Earth.”