Sycamore Illinois news
The city of Sycamore will add a new ambulance to its emergency fleet in 2025.
Sycamore City Council has agreed for the city to take part in a nationwide pilot program that officials say will create a more efficient wastewater treatment at city facilities.
Sycamore residents will see an annual increase for their monthly refuse service and waste collection starting Jan. 1 through 2028 due to an updated contract recently approved by the Sycamore City Council.
The Ribs, Rhythm and Brews Fest returns to Sycamore this Saturday with more rib vendors than the annual event has ever offered, a Sycamore Chamber of Commerce official said.
A DeKalb man was charged with home invasion and other crimes after he allegedly forced his way into a woman’s hotel room, where her children were present, on Sunday morning, according to a Sycamore Police news release.
Sycamore Police Department found employees from two businesses sold alcohol to a person under the legal age during an alcohol compliance check conducted by the department at 21 Sycamore businesses on July 13.
Sycamore School District 428 school board members are deliberating over ways to up community engagement at school board meetings, and say they plan to host a town hall in the fall.
A $5.4 million plan was approved this week for radium removal for a Sycamore city well. City leaders said residents shouldn't expect to see additional fee increases beyond what was approved in the spring.
The city of Sycamore this week amended its liquor laws to allow for liquor to be sold earlier in the mornings during weekends where events, holidays or festivals occur, such as the upcoming Fizz Ehrler Memorial Turning Back Time Car Show or Pumpkin Fest.
With no air conditioning in the living quarters – and a 66-year-old boiler that went down at least twice over the past winter – Sycamore officials are mulling over the future Sycamore Fire Station No. 1.
The total number of traffic stops, traffic citations, arrests driving while under the influence incidents in Sycamore increased in 2022, according to the Sycamore Police Department 2022 annual report given by Chief Jim Winters.
Community leaders came together Thursday to offer Sycamore-centered updates on economic growth, parks and education in what the Sycamore Chamber of Commerce billed as a state of the community address.
Newcomer Alicia Cosky, will likely soon represent Sycamore residents in Ward 1 on the Sycamore City Council, if unofficial election results hold.
Water infrastructure and growing taxes were among hot topics discussed as candidates for Sycamore City Council, including two contested races, make their final pitches to voters days away from the April 4 election.
After two months on the job, Carl Reina is out as Sycamore fire chief, confirmed Sycamore Fire Department employees, though details on his departure aren’t readily available.