Stories about the St. Charles, Illinois City Council
A cocktail bar plans to open in the space that formerly housed 100 Grapes wine tasting room in downtown St. Charles.
Zen Leaf medical and recreational marijuana dispensary is requesting a six-month extension on its current location at 3714 Illinois Ave. while it waits for the state to approve its relocation to the former Jared Jewelry store in the Main Street Commons shopping center in St. Charles.
St. Charles aldermen are moving ahead with plans to seek development proposals for the former police station and adjacent city-owned properties.
The majority of aldermen do not believe that the site of a former bank building on St. Charles' east side is the best location for a Casey's General Store and gas station.
A new business in St. Charles that sells handcrafted fresh pepper hot sauces is moving ahead with plans to partner with local breweries and wineries.
St. Charles aldermen as well as residents are voicing concerns about the size of a 340-unit apartment community being proposed near the city’s east side.
Beef Shack will be coming back to St. Charles following the closing of its previous location in February 2020.
The Electric Christmas Parade is expected to once again light up the holiday season in St. Charles.
At the City Council’s Planning and Development Committee meeting Monday, aldermen unanimously recommended approval of special uses for a restaurant and drive-through facility for the former TitleMax building at 2015 W. Main St. in St. Charles, near its former location, which closed in February 2020.