Dan and Kristal Templin have established a new fund through the DeKalb County Community Foundation to support organizations and important issues that align with their charitable interests.
All listed DeKalb County communities are at least 40% fully vaccinated from COVID-19 as of Wednesday, according to updated vaccination by zip code data from the Illinois Department of Public Health.
More than 340 local public school students were reported in quarantine because of possible COVID-19 exposure last week, and 22 more virus cases were identified in local schools.
Habitat for Humanity of DeKalb County will hold an orientation meeting for those interested in becoming Habitat homeowners. The meeting will take place online via Zoom at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26.
DeKalb County added 49 more residents to its fully vaccinated total Tuesday, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health, and local health officials reported 13 more virus cases.
While bidding summer adieu is difficult for some, the fall colors, crisp, cool evenings and local seasonal festivals and attractions have many DeKalb County residents and visitors looking forward to one of their most exciting times of the year.
A longtime fixture in the DeKalb area community, Ellingsworth Webb, is the likely successor to represent DeKalb on the DeKalb County Board after the seat was recently vacated by Neill Mohammad.
A Montgomery man facing first-degree murder charges after a fatal July 4, 2020 shooting now faces additional charges in an unrelated matter, after a fight broke out between inmates at DeKalb County Jail last week, according to court records.
A week after DeKalb County government endured a ransomware attack, county officials confirm email servers are back up and running.
DeKalb County added 146 more residents to its fully vaccinated total Monday, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health, and local health officials reported 37 more virus cases.