Sugar Grove, Illinois news
May 5-8, 2023
A Sugar Grove man has been charged in a Saturday morning shooting in Aurora, authorities said Tuesday.
Kaneland High School held their 2023 commencement ceremony in DeKalb on Sunday, May 21, 2023.
The plan would change the county code that restricts mining operations to the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. If the change were approved, mining operations could apply for permission to operate around the clock.
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Reports from the Sugar Grove Police Department March 15-April 22, 2023
For years, St. Charles resident Scott Koeppel has driven through Sugar Grove to get to his job as Kendall County’s administrator.
Scott Koeppel, who had been Kendall County’s administrator since 2017, has been hired as the village of Sugar Grove’s administrator. The decision was announced during the April 4 board meeting.
The CTE building is expected to cost roughly $60 million and will house Waubonsee’s Automotive Technology, Auto Body Repair and Welding Technology Programs.
A Be the Match Stem Cell Screening and Blood Donation Event was held at Elburn's Lion's Club that in honor of Frankie Techter on Saturday, April 8, 2023. Frankie Techter, a student at Harter Middle School in Sugar Grove, was recently diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia and will need a stem cell transplant.
Vanessa R. Strass, 41, of the 100 block of South Sugar Grove Parkway, Sugar Grove, is charged with one felony count of theft – unauthorized control $10,000-$100,000, according to a Geneva police report.
Sean Michels is poised to join the Board of Trustees, along with two incumbents, after the April 4 consolidated election.
Voters showed up for the Consolidated Election on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 in Kane County.
The Sugar Grove village board is due to vote Tuesday night to hire Scott Koeppel, the current Kendall County administrator. Koeppel would replace former longtime Sugar Grove administrator Brent Eichelberger, who left the village late last year.