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Happy Hooves Therapeutic Farm in Elburn began its first day camp session of the summer on Monday, June 27, 2022. The camp will host five sessions through the summer.
Jaclyn Vazquez-Algrim and Scott Algrim's 19 month old daughter Ava came home from Lurie Children's Hospital on June 2, after being hospitalized since her birth on Oct. 24, 2020. Vazquez-Algrim gave birth to Ava and her twin sister, Olivia, 13 weeks early after contracti.
A neighbor has been questioning the village about repairing the light pole, which was accidentally struck by a car in November.
Drone will assist in police searches and investigations, according to the Elburn Police Department.
A Memorial Day Ceremony was held at Blackberry Cemetery in Elburn on Monday, May 30, 2022.
With a menu focused on food slow-smoked in the wood-burning smoker daily, Obscurity Brewing has established a fun, welcoming collection of destinations in Elburn.
Police reports from the village of Elburn
Elburn Police, Scout Troop 17 and the Elburn Lions Club combined to offer safety lessons during a bike rodeo for children on Sunday, May 15, 2022 in Elburn.
A Kane County judge increased bond to $300,000 from a $50,000 recognizance bond for a Yorkville man accused of sexual assault.
Trustees had been weighing whether to vacate the property, in which case the village would no longer have to maintain it, before ultimately voting during an April 4 meeting to keep it.
A Yorkville man was charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual assault in Elburn, police announced in a news release.
On Sunday afternoon sledders of all ages were out in full force, enjoying the hill on sleds, slides and tubes for the first time this winter.