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The AMPLIFY “Walk A Mile In Our Shoes” event will take place from 5 to 8:30 p.m. March 21 at Oswego East High School. The event, presented by the District Student Coalition, allows students to share their experiences and challenges with their identity, gender, religion, race
1999: Bids are being sought for the new Yorkville City Hall and Police Station. It will be built behind the current Police Station, which will then be removed.
Senior Artists from Oswego High School combined were offered $2,594,000 in tuition scholarships for their work in The Illinois High School Art Exhibition’s Senior Scholarship Exhibition and Northern Regional Exhibition.
Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist in Oswego is releasing “The Stories of the Windows,” a booklet featuring photos of the church’s historic stained-glass windows. Presentation is on Sunday, March 3,
As Oswego Village President Ryan Kauffman noted during his State of the Village address on Feb. 29, a growing number of people — and businesses — want to call Oswego home.
Oswego School District 308 could join other school districts across the state in offering girls wrestling and boys and girls lacrosse as Illinois High School Association sanctioned sports.
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Plans continue to move ahead to build more than 200 single-family houses and townhouse units as part of the second phase of the Hudson Pointe development in Oswego.
An Oswego man was charged after being found with metal knuckles at an Oswego School District 308 special education school on Feb. 20.
The Little White School Museum in Oswego will host “Chicago: True Stories of the 1920s” at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 9.
Oswego will boost the number of members on three village commissions to help make residents feel like they are more involved in local government.
The Oswego Hometown Expo, organized by the Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce, is a way for businesses and organizations in the Oswego area to showcase what they do.
The jazz workshop and festival will include clinics and masterclasses for more than 240 local students.
Local schools include Thompson Middle School in St. Charles, Oswego High School, Naperville Central High School, College of DuPage and more.
A Montgomery man has been charged with allegedly possessing a loaded stolen firearm following a traffic stop on Feb. 20.