News, articles, photos, and information about St. Charles, Illinois, from the Kane County Chronicle and Shaw Local
St. Charles School District 303 is holding two 'Listen, Learn, Return' sessions for students, staff and families Wednesday, Feb. 1 to discuss recent survey feedback.
Guests who complete the challenge will now receive a new, redesigned t-shirt, and will be entered in a giveaway.
St. Charles police reports for January 17 through January 19, 2023
The St. Charles Park District if offering winter programs for people of all ages.
A St. Charles house will be featured in an upcoming episode of HGTV’s “House Hunters.”
The St. Charles Public Library Foundation is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on its Board of Directors.
Paper wasps will not return to old nests, but the insects' frozen remains can provide valuable protein to winter wildlife when the nests are allowed to remain in place.
The St. Charles City Council next month is set to amend the city’s liquor license rules to allow a cooking school to sell beer and wine.
Reports from the St. Charles Police Department from Jan. 4-15, 2023
St. Charles School Board members next week will resume the discussion on whether to change the district's policy on allowing students to transfer to a different elementary school in the district.
Snow fell throughout the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023, leaving a fresh blanket of snow in Kane County.
St. Charles alderpersons on Monday began discussions on whether to increase the city’s home rule sales tax to generate more revenue for street funding and whether to increase utility rates through 2027 to keep up with the cost of operations, capital projects and debt service.
The St. Charles Council next month is poised to create a tax increment financing district to spur the redevelopment of the shuttered Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles.
The St. Charles Public Library’s Sunday Concert series continues at 2 p.m. Jan. 29 with a special performance by Chicago-based chamber music group Lakeshore Rush.
St. Charles Mayor Lora Vitek is cautiously optimistic a new development plan may be approved.