Stories about Yorkville
Teacher Lindsey Moss is filming a series of seven Youtube videos to help prepare other art teachers for the challenges they might face this incoming school year. With preschoolers stuck at home during the pandemic, it might be up art teachers to teach students how to hold pens, draw and glue.
Many in the district's working group Tuesday night seemed in favor of using local COVID-19 metrics to determine a mask policy. But without an idea of what metrics to use and how, the future of masks at the district is still uncertain.
Improvements to Mill Road include the realignment of its intersection at Kennedy Road just south of Galena Road along with the installation of a shared-use path and storm drainage improvements, according to information provided by the cit.
“Per surveillance video, police were able to confirm (two) of the offenders were wearing masks and gloves,” police said in the statement.
Yorkville native Melissa Myers earned her black belt in the sport of judo at age 16, has competed in 11 countries worldwide, won her first national title this year at 25 – and has designs on reaching the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Police said officers were told the suspect allegedly tossed a drink that struck the victim and caused damage to the victim’s vehicle at 1:20 p.m. July 20 on Route 34 at Autumn Creek Boulevard.
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