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St. Charles (Kane, Illinois)

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  • IDOT asks for public's input to map future road projects

    IDOT asks for public's input to map future road projects
    Flush with a roster of major transportation projects but not a lot of money to build them, the state is asking for the public’s help to map out priorities for future improvements, officials said Monday. Meetings seeking input from residents and...
  • Man visiting from Australia held in St. Charles attack

    Man visiting from Australia held in St. Charles attack
    An Indonesian man visiting Kane County from Australia is charged with sexually assaulting a woman at a St. Charles conference center, police said Thursday. Jefry Sutjito, 24, of Melbourne, faces two counts of criminal sexual assault and single counts...
  • Sister: Eisenhower crash victim 'always put others before herself'

    Sister: Eisenhower crash victim 'always put others before herself'
    Arquilla Jones was driving home early Sunday morning after a visit with her sister when she stopped the car along the shoulder of the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290), officials and a relative said. Minutes later, another driver, who authorities say was...
  • St. Charles mom gets 8 years in daughter's beating

    St. Charles mom gets 8 years in daughter's beating
    A St. Charles woman who did not intercede as her boyfriend savagely beat her daughter was sentenced to eight years in prison today by a judge who said he found her lack of action unfathomable. Cathleen Koch’s failure to act in a St. Charles motel...
  • IDOT sets October meetings to discuss future plans

    IDOT sets October meetings to discuss future plans
    The Illinois Department of Transportation will hold a series of public meetings in the Chicago area over the first two weeks of October to discuss the agency's future state transportation plans. The informal meetings, which will include the opportunity...
  • Hospitalization delays court for Seattle man accused in 1957 Sycamore slaying

    Hospitalization delays court for Seattle man accused in 1957 Sycamore slaying
    Jack Daniel McCullough, the Seattle man recently arrested on charges that he kidnapped and murdered a 7-year-old Sycamore, Ill. girl in 1957, was hospitalized Saturday for undisclosed reasons. McCullough, 71, was scheduled to appear Saturday in a King...
  • Foote, Meyers, Mielke & Flowers, LLC

    Foote, Meyers, Mielke & Flowers, LLC
    For 20 years, Peter J. Flowers, a partner at Foote, Meyers, Mielke & Flowers, has represented individuals and families injured by the negligent conduct of others. In that time, he has developed a reputation for his personalized approach to complex medical...
  • Popping pills — out of a machine

    Popping pills — out of a machine
    Automated vending machines that dispense prescription drugs are popping up in health care facilities across the country, and MetroSouth Medical Center in Blue Island this year became the first hospital in Illinois to embrace the new technology....
  • Schedule of events

    Schedule of events
    Friday, Sept. 7 During Festival of the Vine, get acquainted with Geneva's shops, eateries and services. Stop in to check out special in-store/restaurant events and activities. *Hours vary throughout the festival. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. – Anderson...
  • Seattle man arrested in 54-year-old Sycamore murder case hospitalized, officials say

    Jack Daniel McCullough, the Seattle man recently arrested on charges that he kidnapped and murdered a 7-year-old Sycamore, Ill., girl in 1957, was hospitalized Saturday for undisclosed reasons. McCullough, 71, was scheduled to appear Saturday in a King...
  • Juvenile detention centers still wait for safer beds

    Juvenile detention centers still wait for safer beds
    Despite vowing to replace bunk beds at its youth detention centers following several suicides, a state agency has failed to install safer beds in some sections of a center in St. Charles where the most recent suicide occurred, according to a recent...
  • Elmhurst Council OKs North York TIF district

    The Elmhurst City Council has given the green light to establishing the city's fourth tax-increment-financing district on North York Street. The council approved the district in an 11-1 vote Sept. 4. The district will extend along a narrow corridor on...