Tuesday Apr 15
Bullying claims not just for middle school
A man in her apartment complex was harassing and threatening her, she insisted, even making fun of her because she could not get around without a walker.
County approves waste transfer station pact talks
The Kendall County Board would like to know what's in it for the county should a waste transfer station come to the City of Plano.
Kendall County has interest in solid waste transfer station
The County Board has voted unanimously to begin negotiations for a host community benefit agreement with Plano Transfer LLC, which plans to put a solid waste transfer station in an industrial park on the west side of Eldamain Road, just north of the Menards distribution center.
Baird will likely run unopposed this fall
The chairman of the Kendall County Democratic Party said this week he doesn't foresee the party slating an opponent to Dwight Baird in the race for Kendall County sheriff in November's general election.
Keck Moves to CBS From Entercom
Keck will work closely with CBS President of Sales Michael Weiss and report to Minneapolis Market Manager Mick Anselmo.
Waubonsee nursing student receives scholarship
Waubonsee Community College nursing student Stephanie Banks of Plano has become the first Waubonsee student to receive a scholarship through the Quad County African American Chamber of Commerce.
Norwalk Citizen News
EXCHANGE: NIU art graduates seek many career paths
In this March 11, 2014 photo, Miranda Munns' zebra-striped 1998 Chevrolet Lumina sits outside a mural clients' home in Somonauk, Ill.
Aurora man charged with sex abuse
Tod Butts, 36, 600 block of Sheridan Avenue, Aurora, was charged with felony criminal sex abuse and failure to register as a sex offender after Yorkville police finished an investigation into a 2013 assault.