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Kane County Forest Preserve District naturalists will demonstrate how to tap a maple tree and offer an opportunity for guests to try drilling and setting a tap of their own.
Aldermen will consider approving a $128.3 million budget for 2023-24 at the next City Council meeting Feb. 6, following a public hearing.
A new Mexican restaurant and cocktail lounge, Hacienda Real, 1602 Commons Dr., Geneva, will open on Sunday.
Geneva native Doug Shaffer is happy that a movie he produced starring Anna Camp and Rob Mayes is helping shed a light on such important issues as mental illness and homelessness.
A Geneva man was charged with felony home invasion causing injury and criminal damage to property, after allegedly damaging multiple vehicles – including a 2017 white Corvette – all stemming from a domestic battery incident
Reports from the Geneva Police Department from Jan. 12-24, 2023
The District 304 board on Wednesday night picked Assistant Superintendent Andrew Barrett to take over when current Superintendent Kent Mutchler retires in June.
Snow fell throughout the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023, leaving a fresh blanket of snow in Kane County.
Geneva District 304 Assistant Superintendent for Learning and Teaching Andrew Barrett and District 300 Chief Academic Officer Elizabeth Freeman both fielded questions Tuesday from community members as they vie to be the district’s next superintendent.
The Geneva Wedding Walk features a selection of wedding professionals ready to help find the perfect gown, reception venue, photographer, music, honeymoon destination and more.
Floyd’s 99 Barbershop’s 17th location in the Chicago area is set to open Friday at 1042 Commons Drive, Geneva.
Aldermen at a special City Council meeting Monday unanimously approved a resolution that would allow the city to purchase the former Geneva library building for $450,000.
The 12th annual event will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Geneva Public Library, 227 S. Seventh St.
Geneva District 304 residents can attend a public forum with two new superintendent candidates from 4 to 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.
If approved, the city would pay $450,000 for the 115-year-old building.