Elgin Post 57, one-hit by Wheaton in the district final last weekend, took out any lingering frustrations on Wednesday, pounding Lena Post 577 14-1 in the Division 2 tournament opener in Barrington.
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An event that began in 1960, Algonquin Founders' Day bring families, friends and neighbors together to enjoy a four day event which celebrates the local community.
A public meeting with the Fox River Study Group on trail connections will be held on July 29 at St John’s Lutheran School at 300 Jefferson Street in Algonquin between 6:30 and 8:30 P.M.
Zeljko Ivelic, 33, of 500 block of Lancaster Drive, Pingree Grove, was injured in a crash that took place about 8:01 a.m. at the intersection of Route 31 and 72 near Spring Hill Mall, West Dundee Sgt. Steve Fletter said.
July 23 1:13 p.m. |
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Sue Ericson, executive director of the Food for Greater Elgin food pantry, attended Monday’s East Dundee Board meeting to talk about the village’s partnership with the organization.
July 23 10:30 a.m. |
A man who is often heard repeating truisms such as “every day is a training day” and “failure to train is training to fail” is the second West Dundee employee to land the esteemed Lamplighter Award.
July 23 10:25 a.m. |
John Heiderscheidt, coordinator of school safety and security, reported to the U46 board Monday that 23 percent fewer high-school students and 29 percent fewer middle-school students were suspended for fighting last school year than the year before.
July 23 10:20 a.m. |
The tavern hopes to open by the end of July, but the project has been slowed by delays in getting permits and inspections. The site is almost surrounded by the City of Elgin but is still in an unincorporated area, so it’s controlled by Kane County planning and zoning rules.
July 23 10:06 a.m. |
While the weather was summer sultry Tuesday, winter’s coming to the Elgin city council meeting Wednesday
July 22 5:46 p.m. |
Officers responded to a call of a possible drowning shortly after 10 a.m. Sunday in the Fox River near Angelina Place, according to a statement from Carpentersville police.
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July 22 5:43 p.m. |
Those in Carpentersville who have items to sell can reserve a space for the upcoming first community yard sale in advance for $10. The fee goes up to $15 the day of event, set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2.
July 22 5:14 p.m. |
The former 5,000-square-foot Majestic Video Store is located at 105 Rinn Street. Some residents have said they noticed a tree growing through a hole in the roof.
Previously, the village required those businesses that offer video gambling to pay a $35 a year permit fee and an additional fee of $135 per machine annually. Now, businesses will have to pay a $1,000 a year permit fee and an additional $250 per machine annually.
July 22 4:30 p.m. |