Genoa, Illinois news
Effective immediately, Genoa residents are being asked to alternate when to use water outdoors amid an ongoing drought and concerns over water usage, though it’s not a mandate, said Genoa Mayor Jonathon Brust. DeKalb and Sycamore city managers said there's no plans to implement any water usage restrictions in their communities.
DeKalb County’s regional fire fighting strike team headed to Rockton Monday evening to aid more than 150 firefighters in battling a blaze at the Chemtool Inc plant on the Illinois-Wisconsin border.
The Genoa-Kingston All School Alumni Association will hold its Biennial Meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 26, at the Genoa Veterans Home, 311 S. Washington St. in Genoa.
Here are 5 things to go in DeKalb County this weekend, including OpenDoor Coffee's block party in Genoa and a Malta Community Celebration. Check it out and make sure you submit events to the Daily Chronicle's community calendar!
The Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce crowned new royalty Wednesday after the 62nd annual Genoa Day’s King and Queen Scholarship Contest winners were selected: newly-graduated high school seniors Hanna Chriss and Owen Simmons.
The Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce is excited for a summer of fun in Genoa! We are beginning the summer with the Genoa Days King and Queen Scholarship Competition on June 9.
A Kingston woman is facing charges after police allege she broke into her neighbor’s home and attacked him, although she told police he allegedly sexually assaulted her.
New weekly feature: 5 things to go in DeKalb County this weekend. Check it out and make sure you submit events to the Daily Chronicle's community calendar to help us spread the word!
A person who purchased a lottery ticket at the Butera Market in Genoa is now $32,656 richer.
There are many events planned around the county this Memorial Day weekend to remember those who have died serving our country.