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Sweetness Cookie Company is slated to open Oct. 7 in the strip mall at 454 Redington Dr., about a block off Randall just south of Home Depot.
The plan will incorporate feedback from the community and key stakeholders, as well as members of the general public.
Literacy Volunteers Fox Valley helps adults read, write, speak and understand English by matching them with trained volunteer tutors who provide in-person on virtual lessons once each week.
Water test kits are available for purchase at the Kane-DuPage Soil and Water Conservation District office or the Kane County Farm Bureau. Water samples must be collected by Oct. 30 and returned by Oct. 31.
The St. Charles Business Alliance has announced that applications for the Electric Christmas Parade are now available for local businesses, community groups and non-profits.
St. Charles resident John Mars envisions the western edge of the former Pheasant Run Resort property in St. Charles being home to three museums that would shine a spotlight on Chicagoland sports along with area veterans.
The Fox River is cleaner these days thanks to the recent efforts of several volunteer groups.
The Friends of St. Charles Public Library have announced a sculpture unveiling ceremony at the St. Charles Public Library at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3.
For September 17-18: Reports from the Kane County Sheriff's Office
Kane County Democratic Women will host a free forum on "Our Rights Are on the Ballot: The Impact of Dobbs v. Jackson!” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, 3795 Campton Hills Dr., St. Charles.
The event will address the Community Health Improvement Plan and the top health needs facing Kane County.
The 36th annual ABATE Toy and Food Run is an all-day event scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 9 starting at Knucklehead’s Tavern in Elburn.
Messenger has taken the feedback from its patrons to create a new strategic plan for the upcoming four years in hopes of continuing to improve its offerings and grow alongside the community.
Kane County moved this week toward immediate traffic safety improvements at an intersection that’s seen an increasing number of accidents.
Campton Hills residents in an equestrian subdivision are worried that when the the village's zoning code gets updated, it will require special use permits for horses and licensing for chickens, while Village President Michael Tyrrell says it will not.