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Geneva restaurant Ugly Noodle celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting at 2600 Keslinger Road on Dec. 1.
New York style pizza will be available in Geneva when Nemec Brothers Pizzeria, at 317 W. State St., opens on Friday.
The last day of petition filing for Illinois’ March 2024 primary election has seen two hopefuls added to the list of congressional candidates seeking to serve the North, West or Northwest suburbs.
Geneva's annual Christmas Walk was held on Friday.
The Shodeen Family Foundation is asking a judge to overturn Geneva’s denials of its request to at 4 E. State St.
Kane-DuPage Soil and Water Conservation Administrative Coordinator Kat Gerdts and resource conservationist Patrick McPartlan will be guest speakers at the event.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Geneva Christmas Walk on Third Street on Friday, Dec. 1, 2023.
The Geneva Garden Club will feature Leslie Goddard’s “A Marshall Field’s Christmas” Dec. 5 at the Stephen D. Persinger Recreation Center, 3507 Kaneville Road, Geneva.
Fun things to in Kane County this weekend.
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 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.
Candidate hopefuls of both parties lined up early Monday morning at the Kane County Clerk’s Office to file their nominating petitions for the March 19, 2024 primary and the Nov. 5, 2024 general election.
This year The Salvation Army Tri-City Corps is hosting not one but two Kettle Match Days to raise funds for the St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia communities, according to a news release from the Salvation Army.