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The new location will feature artisan New York style pizza, but also new menu selections for Geneva, according to the press release.
Bursting with favorite things is Geneva’s Christmas Walk, which begins just before 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1.
The Shodeen Family Foundation is asking a judge to overturn Geneva’s denials of its request to at 4 E. State St.
The first day of candidate filing for Illinois’ March 2024 primary election revealed potential interparty contests in five suburban congressional districts.
The love story of Helge and Maj-Lis Erikson – who met on a ship coming to America in 1954 – lives on in a new gift from the family to the Geneva History Museum: Embroidered linens.
The Geneva City Council approved the $58,654.12 purchase of two X10 Unmanned Aerial Systems drones for the Geneva Police and Public Works during its Nov. 20 meeting.
Sara Consdorf started 3 new classes – including Little Vikings Preschool – which helps prepare a new generation of educators.
Geneva streets to close for holiday celebrations
Geneva residents invited to soil and water preservation presentation
Pure Barre Geneva celebrated 10 years in business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 20 at its 500 S. Third Street, Suite 123 location in Geneva.
A Glendale Heights police sergeant and a former employee for the village were the couple who died in what police called a murder-suicide in Homer Glen this week.
Feagans Law Group celebrates ribbon-cutting ceremony
Haven Interiors Studio celebrates new location with ribbon-cutting
The city of Geneva has announced in a recent news release it will participate in the US Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program.
The former Little Owl/Flagstone at the corner of Routes 31 and 38 in Geneva – boarded up and vacant since 2021 – has a chance at a new beginning following a recommendation for a grant and tax rebate of $290,000 so the new owners can finish renovation work.