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This free event features performances by local choirs, visits with Santa’s reindeer, ice sculpting, an inflatable sled hill, the Village’s annual tree lighting performance and an emergency vehicle light parade.
Oswegoland Park District’s Director of Recreation Tom Betsinger will become the district’s new executive director on Dec. 4.
Oswego native Jean Bueche has been named as the new assistant village administrator.
Students from Oswego High School and Oswego East High School participated at the Illinois Music Educators Association (ILMEA) District 9 in the Chorus, Band, Jazz Band, Jazz Combo and Orchestra categories.
An Oswego woman was charged with child endangerment Sunday for leaving her three young children at home alone.
Oswego police releases 2023 Christmas Walk traffic alert
A building in rural Oswego was destroyed in a fire early Sunday morning.
Oswego School District 308 plans to replace all nine of the rooftop HVAC units at Plank Jr. High School in order to maintain the school’s indoor air quality.
Oswego SD308 teachers will receive a 4.2% salary increase in the first year of a new five-year agreement with the district.
Winner of the previous school year’s Allied First Bank Crosstown Challenge along with results of the 10th annual SD 308 & Allied First Bank Food Drive, which benefits the Kendall County Community Food Pantry, were revealed at the 19th annual Crosstown Challenge Football Game.
Beef Shack – known for its Cheezy Beef on garlic bread, fresh-cut fries and other items – is expected to open a new restaurant in Oswego in the coming weeks.
Grace Giving Joy now has more capacity to help people in need.
The first phase of a project to widen Wolfs Crossing in Oswego is expected to be completed in the coming weeks.
The Contractors Association of Will and Grundy Counties are businesses associated with the construction industry, “from extremely large road builders to small little mom and pop companies," Les Cheney, executive director, said.
The building that previously housed Esporta Fitness in Oswego could be home to another fitness center or potentially a restaurant.