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A recreational and medical cannabis dispensary with a state license already in hand wants to set up shop in downtown DeKalb. If approved, it would be the county's first. A city commission is expected to review the petition Monday.
Entering Friday on a six-game losing streak and having trouble closing out games all season, the Sycamore boys basketball team led wire-to-wire for a 59-33 win against Morris.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of DeKalb will host its second and final Winter Farmers Market for the 2022-2023 season on Feb. 11.
The Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra recently announced the recipients of its 2022 to 2023 KSO Music Education Outreach Musical Instrument Grant.
Ben Sych of New Leaf Energy is seeking DeKalb County Board approval to build two, 5-megawatt solar gardens in Clinton Township.
DeKalb resident Elizabeth Fern Jensen says she hopes sharing her journey and how it led to a victory helps pave a clearer path for transgender individuals like herself.
Malerie Morey had a strong game off the bench as Sycamore downed Kaneland to not only win the Interstate 8 but avenge a loss at Maple Park from earlier this year.
The DeKalb City Council recently approved a plan to sell 217 S. Fourth St., the former city hall annex, and 330 Grove St. to Pappas Development for $100K. What's next for the DeKalb Senior Center?
A DeKalb County judge tossed a lawsuit Wednesday filed last month by DeKalb City Clerk Sasha Cohen seeking relief for what the clerk said was the city’s attempts to bar him from performing his statutory duties.
A DeKalb area church welcomes all to enjoy a hymn sing this month.
Children who’s always dreamt of staying the night at the DeKalb library can get a chance during a stuffed animal sleepover event Friday.
People of all ages are welcome to attend a family-friendly game day in DeKalb Saturday.
The Illusions Drag Queen Show will perform two shows for audiences 18 and older, one at 3 p.m. and another at 7 p.m., Feb. 18 at the historic Sandwich venue at 140 E. Railroad St.
The city of DeKalb has asked a judge to dismiss a civil lawsuit waged by City Clerk Sasha Cohen who alleged his duties were violated after he was barred by city staff last month from accepting candidate nomination papers. A hearing is set for Wednesday.
Martin Ledbetter had 21 points and 12 rebounds Tuesday to lead Hinckley-Big Rock in a dominating performance on the boards against Indian Creek and into a Little 10 Tournament semifinal.