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The annual Swedish Day Festival, the midwest’s oldest Midsummer festival, returns to Good Templar Park on Sunday, June 18.
Road closures will be in effect Sunday and Monday for the holiday events.
Geneva High School and middle school students wrote affirmations among other activities as part of a campaign this month to support awareness and education during Mental Health Awareness Month.
Jay Womack named 2023 Swedish Days parade marshal.
The Geneva District 304 school board Monday approved spending $40,000 to replace the Burgess Field scoreboard a year earlier than planned.
Ella’s Italian Pub celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 18 in the former Doughocracy location on Third Street in Geneva.
The Geneva District 304 school board Monday voted to accept a $10,150 anonymous donation to support the Project Lead the Way program.
Register in advance of auditions on June 7.
Burger and Sushi House, or BASH, celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 19 in Geneva.
In a series of three proclamations this week, Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns declared June as Pride Month, June 2 as Gun Violence Awareness Day and May 20-26 as National Safe Boating Week.
Geneva’s Fabyan Villa Museum, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is now open for the season with expanded hours and capacity for more visitors.
The St. Peter Community Food Pantry marks its 40th year this month, as it continues serving about 350 families on the second and fourth Wednesdays every month.
A massage therapist at a Geneva spa was charged with four counts of criminal sexual assault and six counts of criminal sexual abuse, according to police and court records.
Caroline Shop and Interiors celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Geneva location.
Geneva alderpersons recommended four contracts and a purchase agreement Monday for nearly $3.5 million.