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Tanzania Development Support is accepting donations for its upcoming yard sale fundraiser.
DeKalb County area veterans group, cities and organizers have set events throughout the county for Memorial Day May 27. The events are a chance for community members and veterans to honor those who’ve died in service to the country.
The Sycamore City Council recently considered proposals to renovate Fire Station 1 or build a new one the city’s south side, two options that each would cost more than $11 million.
The DeKalb Police Department announced it will increase patrols for Memorial Day through the “Click It or Ticket” campaign meant to curb distracted driving.
Youth Engaged in Philanthropy recently awarded $14,725 in youth impact grants to 13 community and nonprofit organizations.
Kishwaukee College recognized 18 students for their completion of the college’s registered nursing program during a pinning ceremony.
The DeKalb Public Library will host a workshop on Medicare insurance options.
The Sycamore Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed downtown Sycamore restaurant Pizza Beer Whiskey to its membership.
The Dimensions Dance Academy will host a Tango Night class for adults in DeKalb Saturday.
The driver of a Sycamore District 427 school bus carrying five minors was cited by police Thursday for allegedly failing to yield after the bus collided with an asphalt paver vehicle, according to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
The Friends of the Sycamore Library will host a children’s used-book sale Saturday to help improve the library’s facilities, resources and community services.
Common Grounds, a Sycamore shop known for its coffee, tea, smoothies and community gathering spaces will permanently close in June, announced owners Michelle and Jeff Foster this week.
The DeKalb Public Library will host a workshop on the library’s audiobook and electronic book collections.
The DeKalb County Community Foundation distributed 1,150 kindergarten readiness toolkits to DeKalb County children.
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.