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Kane County Forest Preserve District naturalists will demonstrate how to tap a maple tree and offer an opportunity for guests to try drilling and setting a tap of their own.
The North Stars broke through at one of the most opportune times, snapping a 10-game conference losing streak with a hard-fought, 69-62 win over crosstown rival St. Charles East (11-15, 5-6) Friday night.
Ambrose, the Batavia senior forward, scored 17 points to power Batavia and avenge first loss to Geneva back on Dec. 16.
CASA Kane County will host the annual Children’s Champion Celebration on Saturday, March 4 at the Q Center, 1405 S 5th Ave. in St. Charles.
A 45-year-old Lake in the Hills woman previously convicted of stealing from TLS Veterans and the Sun City Community Association of Huntley is again facing identity theft and theft charges, court records show.
Cougar Tonka -- who arrived as a cub in 2005 -- had been suffering from complications of arthritis.
Marmion senior guard Jabe Haith rehashes Cadets' win over No. 9 ranked Mt. Carmel; St. Charles East guard Steven Call has buzzer beater layup to stun Wheaton Warrenville South to hand the Tigers first DuKane Conference loss in nearly two years.
Aldermen will consider approving a $128.3 million budget for 2023-24 at the next City Council meeting Feb. 6, following a public hearing.
The opening for the exhibit, “Voytek: The Tides of Time," is from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17 at 116 Gallery, 116 W. Main St., St. Charles.
Lake Park freshman Allie Gogola hit a game-tying 3-pointer with 36 seconds left in overtime, but two free throws from St. Charles North senior Alyssa Hughes ensured the victory on Thursday.
Amber Jirsa, an English teacher at Batavia High School, was named Teacher of the Year in the north suburban region, and is a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year. The winner will be announced in April.
Batavia established a temporary warming center at City Hall, 100 N. Island Ave., Batavia, beginning at 10 p.m. Thursday in response to a National Weather Service wind chill advisory.
Michael Isaacson will be the guest of U.S. Rep. Bill Foster at Tuesday night's speech.
During the episode, entitled “Winding Down From the Windy City,” the couple is shown three different houses in St. Charles. The episode aired Tuesday night.
A new Mexican restaurant and cocktail lounge, Hacienda Real, 1602 Commons Dr., Geneva, will open on Sunday.