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Eastbound State Street from Route 25 to East Side Drive will be reduced to one lane from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Monday, May 23 to Thursday, May 26 as crews conduct a moving work zone in the curb lane.
Geneva residents should plan accordingly for two Memorial Day weekend events that will temporarily close streets on the city’s west side and downtown.
The project, being done in cooperation with the Geneva Public Works Department Water Division, will take place from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekdays through Friday, June 3, weather permitting.
Cravings is a small, family-owned restaurant that serves authentic Asian food in downtown Geneva.
Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns issued three proclamations Monday night, declaring June as Pride Month, June 3 as Gun Violence Awareness Day and May 21-27 as National Safe Boating Week, all unanimously approved.
The Williamsburg Elementary School now has water bottle filling stations in each of the four wings of the classrooms, paid for with part of a nearly $25,000 donation from the PTO to the school.
The iconic Third Street retailer continues to wow customers one century later.
Police reports from the city of Geneva
Delnor kicked off its celebrations on May 6 with an awards ceremony honoring achievements of its nursing staff in areas such as leadership, research and professionalism. Nurses were also treated to special events throughout the week.
The efforts of five Geneva officers to rescue a man from suicide began with a call from Union Pacific conductor, who called police when saw someone standing in a small alcove jutting off the railroad trestle that spans the Fox River in Geneva.
The Geneva Viking Ship will be open for summer visits — docent-guided or self-guided — at 528 East Side Dr. in Geneva.
Kirk Road is expected to be closed from Route 38 to Fabyan Parkway for a few hours while police investigate the accident.
Cornerstone Housing Group LLC formally withdrew its zoning application for a 250-unit complex for the southwest corner of East State Street and Kirk Road in Geneva.
Geneva aldermen unanimously approved a recommendation to remove the historic landmark boundary of the entire Mill Race Inn property in the city’s downtown and apply it only to the 1846 limestone blacksmith shop and a smaller part of land around it.
Five Geneva Police officers are being credited with saving a man who was threatening to take his life May 4 on the Union Pacific West line train trestle spanning the Fox River.