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The scholarship recipients are selected based on a commitment to their communities through participation in volunteer and civic activities during high school.
Gavin Coyle is an award-winning artist from Northern Ireland who combines traditional Irish music with pop and folk.
The event will feature a panel discussion with a question-and-answer segment. Proceeds will go to community-wide projects focused on the needs of children.
40-unit, high density, condominium development at 1235 Hathaway Drive was workshopped by the Sycamore Planning and Zoning Commission and Kurt Kozlowski with Home Run Property Group this week. The proposal awaits Sycamore City Council approval.
The next concert in the DeKalb Municipal Band’s 168th season will be themed “All That Jazz!” and feature vocalist Karen Manley-Kahler.
The DeKalb County Community Foundation recently awarded the Donald and Patricia Pritchard Scholarships to Logan Bend, Samantha Moore, Natalie Pasillas and Ava Splear.
The Egyptian Theatre recently received a grant for professional development from the DeKalb County Nonprofit Partnership’s Professional Development MicroGrant Program.
The STEM Café will take place – rain or shine – at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, at Open Range Southwest Grill, 1 Golfview Lane, in Sugar Grove. It is free and open to the public, with food and drink available for purchase from Open Range.
The DeKalb County Community Foundation is seeking a new full-time Grants Director and applications for the position will be open through 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15.
The DeKalb County Community Gardens was awarded a Reinvestment Fund Healthy Food Financing Initiative Grant of $200,000.
A developer is asking for Sycamore city support to build a 40-townhome condominium complex on Hathaway Drive near the city’s south side, according to city documents.
A developer wants to turn the former Midwest Museum of Natural History building in downtown Sycamore into a banquet hall and event center, and is asking for city support.
The Spartans got together Monday for their first football practice in preparation for the upcoming season.
Leatherworker Norman Walzer, who studied and made historical footwear as a hobby for more than 50 years, will present at the event Aug. 14.
The Sycamore United Methodist Church United Women in Faith will host a chicken strip drive-thru dinner fundraiser from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, at Sycamore United Methodist Church, 160 Johnson Ave., Sycamore.