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Oswego resident Jerri Lynn Baker’s fish soup recipe won Sons of Norway Polar Star Lodge 5-472′s 2024 Souper Bowl contest.
Random Acts Matter is a nonprofit organization founded in St. Charles in 2016 that believes no act of kindness is too small. Residents can still sign up to help with events throughout the weekend.
The acclaimed St. Charles Singers will launch a new community outreach initiative with a pair of “Choral Connections” concerts Feb. 23 and 24, teaming up with students from across the region.
The St. Charles Arts Council has announced it is now accepting submissions for the 2024 Fox Valley Student Art Show.
The School District 303 board approved spending $268,030 on the remediation of mold from mobile classrooms at Davis Primary at their Feb. 12 meeting.
S. Riverside Ave. (Route 25) and Devereaux Way in St. Charles will see closures for the next month while the city replaces the Riverside Lift Station
Jon J. Duerr, who led the Kane County Forest Preserve District to success in open space preservation, died Monday. He was 81.
District 303 School Board members voted to approve new enrollment zone boundaries for St.Charles middle schools and high schools on Monday,
The warmer weather we’ve experienced recently has caused some arthropods, aka woodpecker food, to start moving around.
In the fall, Fox Ridge Early Childhood Center will become an elementary school, early childhood care will be moved to the Haines Center and Lincoln Elementary School will be repurposed for transition programming and staff offices.
The city of St. Charles launched its new utility billing software this week and to help complete the first round of billings the office will be closed to in-person visits only on Friday.
State Sen. Rachel Ventura recently chose two young adults at the Illinois Youth Center facility in St. Charles to serve as interns through a Department of Juvenile Justice program.
St. Charles Park District has announced it will receive a $600,000 grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
April Noel of Crystal Lake has written the drama “Shutter Speed,” with a read-through planned Feb. 24 in Crystal Lake. Her improv comedy troupe will perform Feb. 17 at Steel Beam Theatre in St. Charles.
Random Acts Matter volunteers handed out orange roses in St. Charles as part of Random Acts of Kindness Week on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024.