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Annual summer event had been scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 28 in downtown Geneva.
Police reports from the city of Geneva for Aug. 6, 2022
The Geneva District 304 school board approved $913,401 in payments for several construction projects.
The event is scheduled for Sept. 9-11 on South 4th and James streets.
Kane County Judge John Barsanti ruled Friday that Shadwick R. King, 55, strangled Kathleen King to death in 2014 and disposed of her body by putting it on nearby railroad tracks.
The Geneva History Museum achieved accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums.
Geneva police report that the city’s east side residents have experienced a rash of car burglaries.
The park district earned this award for its comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year ending April 30, 2021.
The windows at the 210 W. State St. locations have been boarded up since July 22.
About 30 people assembled Tuesday evening at the pride-painted fire hydrant at Kirk Road and East State Street to show their support for the LGBTQ+ community.
A rally in support of Chrissy Swanson and the fire hydrant she painted to resemble a Pride flag was held in Geneva on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. The hydrant's rainbow colors were painted over by vandals several times.
Geneva aldermen Monday unanimously voted down a proposal for a 100-foot cell phone tower by Verizon Wireless at 1800 W. State St.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate Jade’s three-year anniversary on July 29 at 25 S. Third St.
Guests are invited to participate in a one-day marketplace showcasing children’s startup businesses.
Supporters of the LGBTQ community are planning a rally at 7 p.m. Aug. 9 at the northwest corner of Kirk Road and State Street in Geneva where the pride-painted fire hydrant is located.