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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.
Gia Mia locations in Geneva and St. Charles beckon for small plates, wood-fired pizzas and an array of other delectable offerings.
Aldermen approved two special events Monday night, the Concours d’Elegance for Aug. 28 and Vargo's Dance's Thriller on 38 on Oct. 13.
Mayor Kevin Burns condemned the repeated defacing of a Pride-painted fire hydrant and another hydrant marked with a Nazi swastika over the weekend.
Volunteers can expect to respond to community emergencies that include severe weather events, major fire and police activities, traffic management, festival assistance and other emergency-related tasks.
A Plainfield man was arrested July 29 following an investigation of multiple reports of criminal defacement of a city-owned fire hydrant, Geneva police announced in a news release.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 29 for Little Red Barn Door’s new location at 21 S. Third St. in Geneva.
A Geneva man was charged with felony arson after he allegedly damaged a neighbor’s vehicle and set it on fire, according to police reports and court records.
After 26 1/2 years as a police officer, Geneva Deputy Chief Michael Frieders announced he would retire Aug. 1.
The Kane County Cougars hosted Shaw Media night and Bark in the Park at Northwestern Medicine Field in Geneva on Tuesday, July 26, 2022.
A fire hydrant painted with Pride flag colors as part of Geneva’s Art on Fire Program was vandalized for a third and fourth time this weekend, artist Chrissy Swanson reported.
Geneva Middle School South will begin a pilot program this fall to give its students an additional eight minutes at the end of every school day to get organized.
Shopping event is scheduled for Aug. 12-14