Bike trails can be found all over the Fox Valley, and the City of Elgin has designated bike lanes in addition to the bike trail.
Aug. 22 4:11 p.m. |
The winners at the tournament will be the community charities the Lions support as all profits will go to charity, according to chairman Nick Theis.
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The groups Occupy Elgin and Fox Valley Citizens for Peace and Justice are organizing the rally at 1 p.m. at the corner of Kimball Street and Grove Avenue in Elgin.
Aug. 22 3:15 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
One-fourth of all U.S. freight traffic rolls through the Chicago area daily, and about 40 trains carrying crude oil pass through each week, Durbin said at a news conference at DePaul University’s Loop campus.
Area jobs listings include a physical therapy assistant, an adult protective services case worker and an accounts payable specialist.
Aug. 22 12:19 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
Inspired by a historic property she noticed on her drive home, Bartlett resident Faly Colaizzi has penned two books that intricately piece together many aspects of her life.
When workers were removing old asphalt in preparation for laying new asphalt at Hampshire Middle School, 560 South State Street, they were surprised to notice oil coming from the ground.
An Elgin man was charged with felony counts of aggravated battery to a police officer and trespass to a residence knowing one or more persons present.
Aug. 22 10:55 a.m. |
Aimed at adults who are unemployed and/or under-educated, the facility will offer classes in English as a Second Language, Adult Basic Education (math, reading and writing), and preparation for the GED high-school-equivalency test.
Aug. 22 10:50 a.m. |
Matthew Morris (known as MattyB) is a seasoned rap artist who has been in the music business for the past four years. And he is only 11 years old.
Helped by a four-run first inning, Jonathan Martinez was brilliant in five innings in the Cougars’ 7-3 win over Clinton Thursday.
Updated hitting and pitching numbers for Kane County Cougars players.
Aug. 21 7:03 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
This year, the free-to-attend event moves from Festival Park down the block to take advantage of the city’s newest attraction, the recently completed Riverside Drive Promenade.
Aug. 21 5:10 p.m. |