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The Genoa Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8387 will hold their next monthly meeting at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26, at the Genoa Veterans Home, 311 S. Washington St.
Dozens of tikes took to their trikes to cross the finish line in Walnut Street Daycare Center’s annual Trike-A-Thon fundraiser, a philanthropic event that benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Genoa-Kingston volleyball took on Oregon Wednesday night as part of the Volley for the Cure breast cancer fundraiser at Genoa-Kingston High School. Becky Cleveland and her family were recognized as the guests of honor before the match. Cleveland, a former student and employee at Genoa-Kingston is currently battling cancer.
A Genoa man faces criminal charges after police said he attacked a Genoa-Kingston High School staffer outside the building, prompting a soft lockdown of the school.
A new River Run Disc Golf Course was welcomed by the Genoa business community recently.
Brian Wallace, with the Kishwaukee Valley Wanderers, and Kevin Schweitzer take on the newly opened River Run Disc Golf Course in Genoa.
The Sycamore volleyball team traveled north Monday evening for a nonconference match against Genoa-Kingston.
Heartland Band and Trust Company announced that it will host a Community Shred Day from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Heartland Bank Genoa branch, 327 W. Main St., Genoa.
Genoa-Kingston United Way and Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital, in partnership with community members, recently donated toiletry items to Genoa Food Hub.
The Genoa-Kingston volleyball team practices Tuesday as they prepare for the upcoming season under head coach Keith Foster.
Scattered thunderstorms and rainfall which began Friday night and is expected to last through Sunday forced the cancelation of the 8th annual Cruisin’ to Genoa Car Show, event organizers said Saturday.
Advocates and supporters of public waterways say they are concerned about the implications that a recent Illinois Supreme Court decision could have on access to DuPage and Kishwaukee rivers in northern Illinois.
As a federal program enacted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to provide free school lunches for all comes to an end, DeKalb County area school districts are preparing for the 2022-23 school year with plans of their own.
Whether you are an avid car show enthusiast, a total motor head or just want to see some beautiful cars, trucks and tractors, the Cruisin’ to Genoa Car Show is the perfect place to spend a Saturday, writes Krissy Johnson, executive director of the Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce.
Softly, a Genoa-based startup, is creating a Google Chrome browser extension to make it easier for consumers to identify low carbon, organic or cruelty free products while shopping online. "It's really all about product transparency," said co-founder and CEO Mollie Hughes.