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Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists will host the second presentation, “Prostate Health and Surgeries: How Physical Therapy Can Help,” in its three-part pelvic floor health series Feb. 7.
The Northern Illinois University Art Museum will host a public reception for its art exhibit, “A Show of Hands: Recent Work by Ben Stone.”
In its seventh year, DeKalb Park District’s annual Polar Palooza brought a winter festival to Hopkins Park, where families and children enjoyed activities, hot chocolate, sled dogs and ice skating.
Fair weather and clear skies with temperatures in the high 20s and low 30s didn’t deter dozens from taking to Hopkins Park in DeKalb to enjoy a bit of winter fun at the DeKalb Park District’s annual Polar Palooza Saturday.
How do we successfully nurture seeds to productive maturity to prep for the growing season? Let’s begin by assisting their germination and juvenile progression, writes Rachel Farrell of DeKalb's Citizens' Environmental Commission.
DeKalb City Hall will host two workshops for community members to help inspire the design for a new city hall mural. Those interested are invited to attend a free workshop either Feb. 18 or Feb. 22.
Northern Illinois University’s WNIU 90.5 FM radio station will begin a new listener request program, “Your Classics,” in February.
The DeKalb Electoral Board’s recent decision for Ward 5 Alderman Scott McAdams to remain on voters’ ballots in the April 4 consolidated election is now being challenged by the same residents who petitioned for McAdams' removal.
The Huskie pack at Northern Illinois University pack recently grew by one, as the NIU community helped welcome three-month-old puppy Mission III to DeKalb.
Pipestone Veterinary Services in Sycamore recently donated $4,000 to the DeKalb Education Foundation.
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.
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.
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.
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?