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State Sen. Meg Loughran Cappel announced the grant for Plainfield and Oswego
As of April, the county’s unemployment rate stood at 7%, below one year prior when it reached 16%
Commissioners are appointed to five-year terms
A Montessori school owner is seeking a special use permit to relocate Maplewood Montessori School from DeKalb to Sycamore, in a former now vacant daycare which stood on Stonehenge Drive.
The Sycamore Fire Department was among those 149 fire agencies across the state awarded a cumulative $3.3 million from the Office of the Illinois Fire Marshal’s Small Equipment Grant Program.
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.
Village Board members say density, traffic are among their main concerns
With limited options, the Will County Board will likely maintain its 13 district structure
“I’ve been waiting long enough, hoping somebody else would speak out for me, for my community, for my children,” Nguyen said. “But maybe it’s time that I have to put myself out there and be the change I want to see.” Former local League of Women Voters president Linh Nguyen has announced her intent to run for DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder in 2022.
The future electric vehicle production facility is expected to bring about 1,400 jobs to Joliet