Campton Hills, Illinois news
The young owl, likely between 1 and 2 years old, was brought to Anderson in South Elgin on Aug. 6 after a Campton Hills resident saw him on the ground, unable to fly and not moving from where he sat. Campton Hills police took him to Anderson.
The Campton Hills Village Board voted to approve the appointment of Sgt. James Levand as interim police chief after 2 1/2 hours in closed session Friday night.
Clean-up following a tornado that touched down near Corron and Bowes roads in unincorporated Elgin on Thursday, July 13, 2023.
The National Weather Service in the Romeoville office confirmed there were multiple tornadoes in Kane County Wednesday evening with reports in Lily Lake and South Elgin.
The National Weather Service in the Romeoville office said there were multiple tornadoes in Kane County Wednesday evening with confirmed reports only in Lily Lake and South Elgin.
Through an attorney, Campton Hills Police Chief Steven Millar called being placed on administrative leave amid a State Police investigation as “attempts to assassinate his character and impugn his integrity.”
Campton Hills officials put Police Chief Steven Millar on paid administrative leave July 6 due to an ongoing investigation led by the Illinois State Police.
Kane County State’s Attorney’s Jamie Mosser has asked a judge to decide whether Timothy Morgan can serve as a Campton Hills village trustee despite his having a felony conviction.
Campton Hills trustee-elect Timothy Morgan has reversed course and taken his oath of office with plans of being seated on the village board next week, despite a 2002 felony DUI conviction in Michigan, he said.
In the race for Campton Hills village president, Barbara Wojnicki is leading the incumbent Michael Tyrrell, according to unofficial results released via email from the clerk’s office late Tuesday night.
Campton Hills trustee candidates Nicolas Boatner, Janet Burson and Timothy Morgan and village president candidate Barbara Wojnicki celebrated early returns in the Consolidated Election at the Old Towne Pub in Campton Hills on Tuesday, April 4, 2023.
Voters showed up for the Consolidated Election on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 in Kane County.
Our region has long been home to luminaries in varied facets of the art world. The Fox Valley Arts Hall of Fame placed its latest inductees in the spotlight at a gala celebration. Hear from the honorees.
Question: What projects or infrastructure would you look to address in your community and how would you do it? Answer: Roads are our most important infrastructure project. We have many fund revenue sources and grants that largely pay for our roads.
Question: How would you spur economic development in your community? Answer: We need to sustain our prosperity without growth. Our community is focused on quality of life. Read Charles Cappell's full election questionnaire here.