News, articles, photos, and information about St. Charles, Illinois, from the Kane County Chronicle and Shaw Local
Pickleball enthusiasts throughout Kane County have many options for indoor and outdoor court time.
Barbara Christ started working at the family implement dealership in 1970 but changes to the agricultural landscape in McHenry County means time to walk away for Marengo woman.
The St. Charles Public Library on Wednesday will host a hands-on workshop for small business owners.
Alley 64 in downtown St. Charles could face disciplinary action after St. Charles Police Chief James Keegan alleged the establishment held a rooftop fireworks show in February without permission from the city.
St. Charles residents can get a jump on spring yard clean up.
National recording artist and Broadway-style entertainer Maureen Christine returns to the St. Charles Public Library stage at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Question: What is a library’s role in its community? Answer: The library serves as a third place for the members of the community. A place to gather and obtain resources for research and recreation that reflect the values and beliefs of the community.
The awareness campaign Make Mine Chocolate aims to reduce the number of bunnies that end up in animal shelters once the thrill of Easter has passed, and the complexity of rabbit ownership has set in.
Fox Valley Balloons & Rentals recently was awarded Best of Show at the 2023 St. Charles St. Patrick’s Parade.
Question: Have you sought and/or received any training to run for your local school board? If so, from whom? Answer: Yes I have sought training through The Leadership Institute through their School Board Academy program. Read Dolores Van Hiel's questionnaire here.
About 60 people attended an Interfaith Meet Your Neighbor gathering March 11 at the Islamic Center of Kane County in St. Charles.
It appears that Flagship on the Fox will not be able to use Walnut Avenue for its outdoor dining program this year.
Lakewood is the latest village beset with home burglaries Chief of Police Mike Roth said, and residents should use caution and light their homes.
As for that cast of four who take on 150 characters – they are breathtakingly accomplished and skilled talents.
Question: What would you like to see improved or changed? Answer: There are some specific things: more swimming lessons offered during the spring/winter/fall because supply is not meeting demand. Read Matt Rodgers' election questionnaire here.