Aurora police are investigating a suspicious incident outside of a Near West Side elementary school Thursday morning in which a man told two young children to get into his vehicle.
Sept. 19 2:25 p.m. |
Aurora Aldermen gave their blessing to the city applying to the state’s Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to expand the River Edge Redevelopment Zone, know as the Aurora River Zone.
Sept. 19 noon |
A grand jury this week indicted Shadwick King on two counts of murder in the July death of his wife in Geneva.
“Chelsea’s Light: A Brother’s Journey,” written and narrated by Tyler King and directed by Emmy Award winner Bruce Caulk, will premiere at 5 p.m. Saturday at Center Stage.
Sept. 19 10 a.m. |
They recently completed the Fling Mile together in Naperville over Labor Day weekend and are getting ready to be a part of the Steck Elementary Family Fun Run on Sept. 27.
Kurtz is the leading rusher for the Foxes with 523 yards and eight touchdowns, his 65 attempts giving him an average of 8.0 yards a carry.
Sept. 18 6:04 p.m. |
Capsule previews for Kaneland at Yorkville, Marmion at Providence, Waubonsie Valley at Bartlett, West Aurora at Metea Valley, Aurora Christian at St. Ignatius.
Sept. 18 4:49 p.m. |
Albarran led the Foxes to the hard-fought 27-25, 25-22 decision with six kills and four blocks but also had six of her attacks go either long or out of bounds.
Sept. 18 4:33 p.m. |
Lourdes Blacksmith, the director of governmental and multicultural affairs at Waubonsee Community College, was honored with the Woman of Power Award,.
Sept. 18 3:17 p.m. |
Southbound Farnsworth Avenue in Aurora is closed between Liberty and New York streets due to a gas main that was ruptured Thursday afternoon.
Sept. 18 2:10 p.m. |
More than 7,000 area residents in need visit the Kendall County Food Pantry every month, and soon Community Unit School District 308 will have the chance to help.
The Batavia City Council has approved a letter of support for a medical marijuana cultivation center interested in locating within an industrial park on the north end of the city.
Two Aurora University employees were among marathoners who qualified for the Boston Marathon at the Last Chance 26.2 Marathon Chicagoland on Saturday in Geneva.
Sept. 18 11:55 a.m. |
Al Benson | Submitted