Stories about Somonauk, Illinois
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.
The intersection of Chicago Road and Governor Beveridge Highway in rural Somonauk Township is closed until further notice due to a large sinkhole that developed in the area, confirmed DeKalb County highway officials Friday.
The Women’s Group of St. John the Baptist Church in Somonauk is hosting a spring rummage sale 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 22, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, in the parish center at 130 W. La Salle St.
Update: A fire that started in a bedroom at a home in rural Somonauk Friday caused an estimated $250,000 worth of damage, said Somonauk Fire Chief Pat Colford Monday.
Firefighters from Somonauk Fire Protection District and surrounding departments responded to a house fire in rural Somonauk early Friday morning.
Crime Stoppers is seeking information regarding a theft from Resource Bank’s ATM in Hinckley at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, as well as a theft of a pickup truck in Somonauk.
Ron Adamson of DeKalb is on a mission: To raise $5,000 and show the community that a skateboard is a viable – and fun – mode of transportation by riding 40 miles across DeKalb County.
The Somonauk Bobcats saw an 11-point third-quarter lead slip away in a regional title game loss to Pecatonica.
The La Salle County Republicans will be hosting a meet and greet from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, at the Lake Holiday Lodge, 283 Easy St., Somonauk.
The Illinois State Superintendent of Schools approved earlier this month the proposed consolidation of the Somonauk and Leland school districts, meaning the question will be put on the June 28 primary ballot for voters in the districts to decide.
The musical will be performed in a round stage setting at Somonauk Baptist Church, 315 E. North St. in Somonauk.
A Somonauk man is facing charges after allegedly attacking a woman with a physical disability and threatened to cut her throat with a knife, DeKalb County prosecutors say.
The Mystery Diner took an excursion to Somonauk's Village Courtyard Restaurant for a dining experience with "George" and "Jane."
If all goes to plan, the Somonauk Leland Community Unit School District will start classes in August 2023.
Thanks to a $9,000 donation from TC Energy Foundation, students in several programs at Indian Valley Vocational Center will have enhanced learning experiences.