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ST. CHARLES – Residents are invited to dress up their dogs and earn prizes at the 2014 St. Patrick's Parade.
The Freshman Student Council at St. Charles East High School sent a care package to U.S. Marine Cpl.
A man who broke into a house in Naperville last summer and made off with jewelry, cash and a $25,000 sedan while the homeowners were sleeping has been sentenced to seven years in prison in that crime.
In honor of the NCAA March Madness Tournament, the Naperville Area Humane Society is reducing the adoption fee for all adult cats through March 16 to $5.
The following is a press release from the St. Charles Police Department. The St. Charles Police Department responded to a home burglary on Monday at 6 p.m. in the 0 to 100 block of Roosevelt Street.
ST. CHARLES – Lack of maintenance of a clothes dryer was blamed for a fire on Wednesday night that firefighters said caused $30,000 damage to a townhouse at 851 Pheasant Trail in St. Charles, according to a news release issued by the St. Charles Fire Department.
For the fourth year in a row St. Charles Episcopal Church offered “Ashes to Go” to busy commuters at the Geneva Metra station on Ash Wednesday.
Sap drips from a metal spire in a sugar maple tree at a maple-sugaring demonstration at Johnson's Mound in Elburn.
ST. CHARLES – Two residents of St. Charles on Tuesday shared their concerns about a proposed pet care facility that they said would affect their east-side properties.
ST. CHARLES – Motorists and pedestrians should take note of road closures and parking restrictions March 15, the day of the St. Patrick's Parade in St. Charles.
It's the river version of hibernation - a stark contrast to what the Fox will soon look like this spring and, in particular, on June 1. The Fox will spring to life on that first Sunday in June as the Mid-America Canoe & Kayak Race returns for its 53rd running.
On Friday, March 7, Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers from St. Louis will be the special guests for a night of dancing and celebration with the Tri-City Swing in the Baker Community Center's Collins Auditorium, 101 S. Second St., St. Charles.
St. Charles police have responded to reports of four residential burglaries in just over a week's time, and are reminding residents to make sure their homes are secure.
ST. CHARLES – A downtown St. Charles bar is expected to turn into a family-oriented restaurant this spring, its prospective owners said.