Members of Friends of the Fox River plan to hold more than 20 river cleanup and celebration events Saturday as part of “It’s Our Fox River Day” along 60 miles of the river from Yorkville north to McHenry.
For as far back as I can remember, goldenrod has suffered under the misconception that it causes hay fever.
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.
At the City Council’s Planning and Development Committee meeting on Monday, aldermen unanimously recommended extending the program through the winter season and ending it by April 15. The program is currently set to end on Dec. 31.
The building that formerly housed Pub 222 in downtown St. Charles will take on a new name and a new life as an American gastropub called Whiskey Bend.
Microbreweries in St. Charles located in industrial districts next to residential areas can no longer have outdoor entertainment.
Larry Maholland was appointed St. Charles city administrator in 1997. He held the position for eight years prior to retiring from the city in 2005.