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3/8/2021Local Group Seeks Ban on Burning Yard Waste
DeKalbs Citizens Environmental Commission is recommending a prohibition on the open burning of yard waste. The commission believes... more >>
3/8/2021DeKalb Man Injured in Rollover
A DeKalb man was injured in a one car roll over accident Sunday morning. The DeKalb County Sheriffs office says just before 3:00... more >>
3/8/2021Mega Chamber Event Thursday
You're invited to a multi-chamber event this Thursday. Chambers of Commerce organizations from DeKalb, Sycamore, Genoa, Sandwich,... more >>
3/8/2021Local Food Production Presentations Set
DeKalb County Community Gardens is sponsoring two virtual presentations on egg production titled Dispelling Myths About Backyard... more >>
3/5/2021Motorist Gets Stuck - Then Gets Arrested
The snow isnt melting fast enough for some area motorists. A Lake in the Hills man was jailed after he got stuck in the snow with... more >>
3/5/2021Staffers Ask School Board For More Staff
The DeKalb school district is considering additional staffing for next school year. At the school board meeting earlier this week... more >>
3/5/2021DeKalb Sheriff Encourages Membership
DeKalb County Sheriff Roger Scott is inviting county residents to become associate members of the Illinois Sheriffs association.... more >>
3/5/2021Cases Dropping Statewide
The rate of new coronavirus cases in Illinois looks to be leveling off. According to data from the Illinois Department of Public... more >>
3/4/2021Weight Limits Imposed On 6 DeKalb Roads
The City of DeKalb will prohibit over-sized vehicles from traveling on certain roads beginning March 8th until further notice. In... more >>
3/4/2021Area Covid Update
Over 21-hundred new COVID-19 cases are being reported in Illinois. Health officials announced the new cases of the virus yesterday,... more >>
3/4/2021Hy-Vee Receives More Vaccine
The Hy-Vee pharmacy chain has received more COVID vaccine doses that they're offering to people in Illinois. Hy-Vee's Christina... more >>
3/3/2021New Holiday For DeKalb School District
The DeKalb School district will observe Indigenous Peoples Day. Interim Superintendent Griff Powell brought up the topic at the school... more >>
3/3/2021Sycamore Fire Victim Identified
The victim that perished in a Sycamore fire last Saturday night has been identified. The DeKalb County Coroners office says 62 year... more >>
3/3/2021Plano Man Killed
Authorities are identifying the person killed in an accident involving two semis on the Tri-State Tollway in southwest suburban Hickory... more >>
3/2/2021Fire Chief Stresses Fire Safety
Four recent home fires in the DeKalb and Sycamore area have prompted an urgent plea from the DeKalb fire department. In a press release... more >>
3/2/2021Update Your Address For Assessment Office
The DeKalb County Assessment Office is urging you to update your address in the event you moved in the last year. An incorrect address... more >>
3/2/2021DeKalb Man Killed in Crash
One person was killed last night in a two vehicle accident on the corner of Rt. 23 and Gurler road. The DeKalb County Sheriffs says... more >>
3/1/2021Art Contest Rules for Legislative Art Contest
Middle school students who live in the 70th Representative District are invited to submit artwork to the Legislative Art Contest... more >>
3/1/2021Two Fires in Sycamore Over The Weekend
Two people died after two separate fires on back to back nights in Sycamore over the weekend. On Friday night Sycamore fire fighters... more >>
3/1/2021Fog Causes Crash on 38
One person was injured in a three-car accident on Route 38 west of Airport road. On Sunday morning at around 10:50, a bus had broken... more >>
3/1/2021Teacher Shortage
Illinois' teacher shortage is not getting better. The Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents has looked at the state's... more >>
2/26/2021Nicor Says Supply Not An Issue
Nicor Gas has gotten through the deep freeze without any supply issues. Vice President of Systems Operations Dan Fox says Nicor has... more >>
2/26/2021Baby Killer Released From Dixon
An Elgin man who sexually assaulted and murdered a toddler in 1997 is out of prison. Cayce Williams was released yesterday from... more >>
2/26/2021Tollway Ends Cash Payment Method
The Illinois Tollway will no longer accept cash payments for tolls. The permanent change was announced yesterday, almost a year... more >>
2/26/2021Rochelle Scores Rebuild Grant
The City of Rochelle announced they were awarded a Rebuild Illinois grant in the amount of just over $365,000 to fund demolition... more >>
2/26/2021City Receives GFOA Recognition
The Government Finance Officers Association awarded the City of DeKalb recognition for the Citys comprehensive annual financial report.... more >>
2/26/2021DeKalb Rotary Acknowledged By Legislature
The DeKalb Rotary was commended by the Illinois State House of Representatives for a century of service to the community. House Resolution... more >>
2/26/2021Community Foundation Announces New Fund
The DeKalb County Community Foundation is introducing the Tim and Bev OShaughnessy Kindness Fund. The purpose of the Fund is to support... more >>
2/25/2021NIU Partners With School Districts
Northern Illinois University is partnering with school districts to address the state's teacher shortage. NIU has instituted PLEDGE... more >>
2/25/2021Old Navy To Open Soon
Clothing store Old Navy will open its new store in DeKalb this spring. The city of DeKalb says work has resumed on the store in Oakland... more >>
2/25/2021Nicor Project Resumes This Week
Nicor Gas will complete a gas main replacement project on DeKalbs east side. The City of DeKalb says the work will be in the 13th/14th... more >>
2/25/2021Police Believe Shooting Was Murder-Suicide
Sycamore police believe the shooting earlier this week at an apartment on Coltonville road was likely a murder-suicide. Jim Winters... more >>
2/24/2021Another Republican Announces Candidacy for Governor
There's another Republican running for governor in Illinois. Downstate Republican state Senator Darren Bailey on Monday jumped into... more >>
2/24/2021New Infusion Center Opens
Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospitals Outpatient Infusion Center relocation is complete. Patients in need of infusion care services... more >>
2/24/2021First Responders Honored By City
Three first responders were acknowledged at the DeKalb City Council meeting earlier this week. Jerry Smith is the DeKalb Mayor recognized... more >>
2/24/2021Sycamore Parents Urge Full In-Person Learning
Several Sycamore parents spoke out last night at the Sycamore School board meeting, urging the board to go back to full in-person... more >>
2/23/2021DeKalb Approves Special Use Permit
The DeKalb city council approved an amendment special use permit for The Menta Group, Therapeutic Day School. A one-way access drive... more >>
2/23/2021Shooting Victims Identified
The two people found dead of gunshot wounds at a Sycamore apartment have been identified. Sycamore Police responded to the 1800 block... more >>
2/23/2021Sweeping Criminal Reform Bill Signed Into Law
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker signed the controversial criminal justice reform bill yesterday. Some law enforcement groups criticize... more >>
2/22/2021Legion Donates to Rotary Clock Fund
The DeKalb American Legion presented a check for $1000 towards the restoration of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Clock in DeKalb.... more >>
2/22/2021Mayor Chronopoulos Dead at 72
Former DeKalb alderman and mayor Bessie Chronopoulos has died. Chronopoulos served as the citys mayor from 1997 to 2001. DeKalb Mayor... more >>
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