West Aurora and Neuqua Valley were ranked among the 100 largest high schools in America by attendance, according to HighSchoolGuide.
Sept. 2 3:39 p.m. |
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A Yorkville man was charged with with disorderly conduct Saturday after police responded to a local campground for reports of a man throwing fireworks.
Sept. 2 2 p.m. |
An early morning McDonald’s run ended with drunken driving charges being filed against a Yorkville man on Monday.
Sept. 2 11:06 a.m. |
Part of Highland Avenue in Aurora will be temporarily closed beginning Wednesday for approximately three weeks.
Sept. 2 11 a.m. |
Kraft Foods is recalling over 7,500 cases of American cheese slices after a supplier failed to store an ingredient at the correct temperature.
Sept. 2 10:53 a.m. |
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The trial of a former Geneva man charged with sexual assault has been delayed and is now scheduled for December.
With nothing to play for and an eye on a playoff date on the road with Wisconsin on Wednesday night, it would have been understandable for the Cougars to be look past Monday’s regular-season finale against Peoria.
For two and a half years, Harris worked as a teacher’s aide in East Aurora School District’s alternative education program, which until this school year was run by the Urban League.
Aug. 31 10 a.m. |
The defending Class 8A state champions stumbled out of the gate and the Warriors certainly took advantage, prevailing 20-6.
Lightning flashed in the skies to the south Saturday night as Oswego coach Brian Cooney gathered his team in the end zone at Batavia High School.
It figured. Lightning had just struck, figuratively, four times in the final 1:49 of his Panthers’ unbelievable 40-38 comeback victory over defending Class 6A state champion Batavia in a game that was delayed the night before by lightning.
Aug. 30 9:18 p.m. |
Geneva’s senior quarterback completed four straight passes to open the game and threw for 175 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Vikings to a 41-23 win in the rescheduled season opener pushed back by Friday’s threatening weather.
Aug. 30 6:58 p.m. |
A small crowd was gathering outside the Hotel Baker in downtown St. Charles early Saturday evening, hoping to catch a glimpse of Hollywood.
No. 3 Benet won its eight-team Benet Invitational for the fourth straight year — seventh in the last eight — topping No. 9 Hinsdale Central 25-14, 25-23.