Stories about Carpentersville, Illinois
DeKalb County prosecutors say video footage shows a 21-year-old DeKalb man and another accused of shooting him to death leaving a party with several other people on Ridge Drive prior to the fatal incident earlier this month.
A Carpentersville man who police say attempted to flee to Wisconsin now faces murder charges in the recent shooting death of a 21-year-old man also from DeKalb, said DeKalb Police Chief David Byrd.
Gary D. Wright and Hampshire Elementary Schools are projected to be over capacity in the next few years, according to data from Algonquin-based District 300.
Carlos Bedoya of Aurora was also sentenced to 112 years in prison in 2019 after a Kane County jury found him guilty of eight counts of predatory criminal sexual assault.
Federal funds helped pay for more mental health social workers, tutors, other employees to help with students’ COVID needs, chief financial officer says
These “unacceptable” behaviors included parents shouting profanities at staff and extending middle fingers “in plan view of students,” Community Unit School District 300 board president said, along with “disrespectful and threatening emails, voicemail messages and phone calls.”
Racial disparities in areas like out-of-school suspensions are why learning about diversity, equity is needed, superintendent says
An East Dundee teen has been convicted of first-degree murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a man at a Carpentersville apartment complex in June 2020.
Algonquin-based Community Unit School District 300 embarked on a lot of ‘ambitious projects,’ one administrator says
Less than two weeks after starting the new school year, Algonquin-based Community School District 300 reported that 48 students have tested positive for COVID-19 and two are in the hospital.