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Batavia Woman Charged With Felony Theft At Oswego Target
OSWEGO, IL — Police in Oswego say 35-year-old Lindsey Dawn McDowell, of Batavia, Illinois, was charged with felony theft and aggravated battery of a police officer after she attempted to leave a local Target department store Monday morning with more than $400 worth of merchandise without paying.
Armstrong: Break from teachers strike won't slow down Mitch Mascari and undefeated Geneva
Everyone appreciates an occasional day off from the grind, but this extended break was getting to be too much for Geneva senior Mitch Mascari. Late last week, when the time for his first-period creative writing class rolled around, Mascari didn’t feel right.
Leaf Collection Continues In Oswego, City Says
OSWEGO, IL — City officials blamed an extended autumn and early November snows for the slow pace of leaf collection throughout the city, but said that crews are still working and will continue to collect leaves as long as the weather permits.
Police Close Investigation Following Domestic Turned Attempted Home Invasion in Oswego
Oswego Police say information received is sparse and an investigation has been closed at the request of a victim, following an apparent domestic turned attempted home invasion incident on Monday afternoon.
City of Wheaton Liquor & Tobacco Control Commission will meet December 12.
City of Wheaton Liquor & Tobacco Control Commission will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 12. 5.I. 2019 License Renewals - Section 6-90 Of The Wheaton City Code. 5.I.i. Outdoor Special Event Liquor License - Downtown Wheaton Association - "Let's Wine About Winter" - Wine Walk.
Standing Room Only Crowd Returns for Discussions on Oswego SD308 Cuts
Major discussions were held at the Oswego 308 Board of Education regarding cuts Monday night. After over three hours of discussion on $3.9 million of proposed cuts, the clock’s minute hand was turning the corner towards midnight when two junior high school students got the chance to finally speak be
Over $1,800 In Retail Stolen, DUI, Battery: Oswego Crime Reports
OSWEGO, IL — Sunday, Dec. 9. The Oswego Police Department said 36-year-old Corina Kay Mendoza, of Ogden Falls Blvd., was arrested for a reported domestic battery that was reported at 3:14 a.m. Sunday at the same address. Police said a 40-year-old female victim was injured in the incident, and Mendoz
Southbury Elementary School, Oswego, Illinois - December 2018
Southbury Elementary School is a K-5 school in District 308, and is located at 820 Preston Lane in Oswego, Illinois. There are currently 46 homes for sale ranging from $189,900 to $414,480.
Geneva teachers, students return to school Tuesday after contract ratified
GENEVA, Ill. (WLS) -- Teachers and nearly 6,000 students in Geneva will be back in their classrooms Tuesday morning after the membershipapproved a deal Monday. The new 5-year agreement came after a marathon 12 hour negotiation session with a federal mediator. Both sides say the deal was a true compr
CITY OF AURORA: Holiday Family Events In Aurora
City of Aurora issued the following announcement on Dec. 8. • Make an afternoon stop to take photos with Santa at Phillips Park. • Take an evening drive through one-mile of brilliant lights at the Festival of Lights at Phillips Park.
City of Warrenville Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission will meet December 11.
City of Warrenville Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 11. http://www.warrenville.il.us/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_12112018-697?html=true.
Kendall County Sheriff's Officials Investigating Theft of Trailer in Oswego Twp.
Officials with the Kendall County Sheriff's Office are currently investigating the theft of a trailer that occurred in Oswego Twp. at some point between Oct. 14 and Nov. 5. According to a report, the incident occurred in the 1000 blk. of Rt. 31; deputies were dispatched to the location at around 9:3
City of Warrenville Public Works and Infrastructure Committee of the Whole met December 10.
City of Warrenville Public Works and Infrastructure Committee of the Whole met Dec. 10. 1. Consideration of change to signage on Batavia Road at Route 59. 2. Consideration of Agreement Authorizing Warrenville In Bloom to perform maintenance work at specific locations on City properties.
Kendall County Administrator Says No Animals Euthanized During Animal Control Shelter Shutdown
Kendall County Administrator Scott Koeppel said last week that the Animal Control office on the courthouse campus is not euthanizing animals as has been rumored on social media.
Geneva teachers, district officials reach tentative deal to end strike; Monday class cancelled
GENEVA, Ill. (WLS) -- A tentative deal has been reached between striking teachers and Geneva School District 304 officials Monday morning. The strike has kept thousands of students out of class for nearly a week. Class will still be cancelled for Monday.
Oswego Public Works Director Talks Leaf Pick-Up, Snow Removal at Meeting
Public work crews are caught in the middle. Plow snow, salt for ice, or pick-up leaves?. At the Oswego Village Board meeting, Public Works Director Jennifer Hughes talked about the issue.
Possible Referendum, Budget Cuts Up For Discussion at Oswego CUSD #308 Board Meeting
When it comes to taxes, a balanced budget, and reductions in spending, the Oswego School District 308 Board of Education will be exploring those topics tonight. Up for a vote will be a new tax levy after a public comment hearing is held.
Oswego East Student Athlete of the Week-Carly Engelhardt
Sports fans are always good for remembering the highlights and championships of the team for which they cheer. Athletes and coaches, however, tend to remember difficult losses more than exciting wins. The most driven athletes use those losses as motivation for improvement and develop a deep seeded h
Oswego finalizes plan to convert Alexander Lumber property to luxury apartments and shops
The Oswego Village Board authorized final development plans to turn the former Alexander Lumber property into a $69 million residential and commercial development with a city-owned parking facility.
St. Charles Man Busted With $20K In Weed Gets Probation
KANE COUNTY, IL – A 24-year-old St. Charles man busted after police found nearly $20,000 worth of marijuana during a traffic stop in Aurora earlier this year has been sentenced to 2.5 years of probation and to pay court fines. Aaron Soloff pleaded guilty last week to manufacture/delivery of 500 gram