Stories about Somonauk, Illinois
A Somonauk teenage boy died following a three-vehicle crash Monday night on Somonauk Road, north of Sandwich.
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Only one of five candidates running for three seats on the Genoa-Kingston School District 424 School Board, David Cleveland, appeared to address voters during a virtual forum this week ahead of the April 4 election.
Nearly three dozen DeKalb County residents filed by Monday’s deadline to run for a school board seat in eight different community school districts in this spring’s Consolidated Election.
The Somonauk Public Library, 700 E. La Salle St., will host best-selling Christian author, Joan Aubele, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, to discuss, “Hearts Ablaze: The Ripples We Create.”
The Indian Creek volleyball team met Somonauk Tuesday in the first round of the Aurora Christian Regional.
A bridge on North 45th Road in Northville Township, located between County Highway 2 (East 2351st Road) and County Highway 3 (East 2750th Road), south of Somonauk, will be closed for repairs beginning Thursday, Oct. 6.
The Somonauk Road railroad crossing, located south of U.S. Route 30, will be closed to all traffic for repair work beginning Monday, Sept. 19.
Hinckley-Big Rock volleyball took on Somonauk Thursday night at Hinckley-Big Rock High School.
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.