A developer is proposing a 534.6-acre mixed-use residential and commercial development proposed on Oswego farmland with 1,500 to 1,600 housing units.
Naperville officials this week approved flood-related variances clearing the way for a new research campus on Warrenville Road. SKF Group's new facility will be part of a global network of high-tech design and engineering hubs.
Oct. 23 1:57 p.m. |
Susan Frick Carlman
The Kendall County Health Department is preparing for Ebola, even though there are no cases confirmed nearby. Officials say residents should be informed, and vigilant.
Oct. 23 1:25 p.m. |
A Batavia police officer was struck from behind and injured early Monday while investigating a suspicious person in the western suburb.
The Naperville Fire Department will conduct a training exercise from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, in cooperation with Canadian National Railroad, according to a city press release.
Oct. 23 11:36 a.m. |
More than 6,210 pounds of fresh serrano chile peppers some of which were sold in Illinois are being recalled over Salmonella concerns.
Oct. 23 9:46 a.m. |
For longtime St. Francis volleyball coach Peg Kopec, Wednesday’s 25-15, 25-15 score wasn’t that big a deal, but the “W” was.
Oct. 22 9:06 p.m. |
The Kansas City Royals will start Yordano Ventura, a former pitcher for the Kane County Cougars, in game 2 of the World Series against the San Francisco Giants.
Aurora will consider three proposals for medical marijuana dispensing facilities and one for a cultivation center.
Oct. 22 5:50 p.m. |
An Oswego mother has filed a lawsuit on behalf of herself and her minor daughter alleging that they were attacked by two Montgomery haunted house employees.
Oct. 22 5:29 p.m. |
Next year Einck will be at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where she was accepted in September.
Oct. 22 5:26 p.m. |
The message Aurora Central Catholic coach Brian Casey posted on his team’s Facebook page Monday summed it up succinctly.
Oct. 22 5:15 p.m. |
Naperville police Sgt. Bill Davis said police were sent about 10:46 p.m. Saturday to investigate a report of "a fight in progress" on the 1700 block of Windward Avenue. Witnesses told police between six and 10 teenagers or young men approached them in a parking lot, and that "a fight ensued between the victim and one of the subjects," Davis said Wednesday via email.
Oct. 22 5:06 p.m. |