Stories about Malta, Illinois
Malta Open Garden day is scheduled for July 30. Four private gardens are offering tours for $5 a ticket, which can be bought at the Community Garden on the day of the event.
The honor recognizes the commitment of Kish’s Board of Trustees and leadership to achieve diversity, equity and inclusion in the college’s education programs.
After almost 27 years of private practice in Huntley, attorney Michael J. Fleck will wind down his practice and take a new position with Resource Bank in DeKalb.
Nearly 100 area schoolchildren flocked to Jonamac Orchard Wednesday for a summer day camp to learn all about farm safety and rural living from the DeKalb County Farm Bureau. The biannual camp returned for the first time since 2018.
Kishwaukee College is seeking input from the public to update its Strategic Plan.
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Late Sycamore mayor Kenneth Mundy, who served as mayor from 2005 to 2017, was honored recently with a posthumous award from Kishwaukee College heralding his community service.
There are many events planned around the county to remember those who have died serving our country. Memorial Day is Monday, May 30.
Perla Gonzalez, a Kirkland resident and graduate of Hiawatha High School, was recently selected as Kishwaukee College’s winner of the 2022 Paul Simon Student Essay Contest and Gandhi/King Peace Scholarship.
A Malta man was killed in a crash Tuesday involving a motorcycle and a Cadillac on South Malta Road, according to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office. Police cited the driver of the Cadillac for failing to yield while turning.
A Malta man charged with the 2020 killings of a Mt. Morris woman and her unborn son is asking the court to reduce his $10 million bond to $500,000
A $7 million project to consolidate the Village of Malta and Kishwaukee College’s wastewater treatment facilities was heralded by state and local officials Friday as a cost-savings measure which will also improve area water quality.
Kishwaukee College has announced its winning selections for the Spring 2022 Juried High School Art and Creative Writing Exhibition.
Kishwaukee College student and Phi Theta Kappa member Sierra Price has been named a 2022 Coca-Cola Academic Team Gold Scholar.
Arrest warrant alleges that Matthew T. Plote, of Malta, strangled Melissa Lamesch, 27, and set fire to her house to conceal the death. The killings and fire occurred Nov. 25, 2020, two days before Lamesch was due to give birth to a son.