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Kendall County Sheriff's Police said a distracted school bus driver rear-ended another vehicle Wednesday at Wolf and Douglas roads in Oswego.
YORKVILLE – A DeKalb man was one of two men charged with criminal trespass to a home shortly after midnight Tuesday in Yorkville.
Lynn Cullick has been a friend of mine for about 10 years. I met her when we worked on a project to help Oswego 308 School District.
Kendall County Sheriff's police recently conducted a compliance sweep at tobacco retailers - and local businesses passed with flying colors.
Both Oswego Village President Brian LeClercq and Montgomery Village President Matt Brolley acknowledged in their recent "State of the Village" addresses that their respective communities are going to need additional revenues in the years ahead if they wish to maintain local streets in their current condition.
Citing a potential liability problem and a problem with a school too small, the Yorkville School Board has approved two more additions to the high school.
On Friday, Feb. 28, Oswego Police Chief Chief Baird was presented a copy of a resolution passed by the Illinois House of Representatives which is honoring him for being named the 2014 Police Chief of the Year by the Illinois State Crime Commission.
Montgomery Police Chief Daniel Meyers provided a standing room crowd of concerned village residents with a step-by-step description of the police department's response to a Feb. 11 drive-by shooting in the village's Lakewood Creek West Subdivision during a special Neighborhood Watch program meeting last Wednesday evening.
A Montgomery man has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman he knew, following a six-month investigation into the alleged assault.
Feb. 26 Lawrence Michael Williams, 19, of the 0-100 block of Wyndham Drive, Montgomery, was arrested by Kendall County Sheriff's deputies and charged with domestic battery and unlawful consumption of alcohol.
Winter on the farm can be beautiful, when the sun reflects off the white snow, the stillness disturbed only occasionally by the wind's howl or a rooster's crow.
While the majority of Illinois tornadoes occur between April 1 and June 30, the tornado outbreaks on Nov. 17, 2013, and Feb. 20, 2014, proved that these violent storms may happen any time of the year.
The Ad Hoc Per Diem Committee this week voted to send that discussion to the board's Committee of the Whole meeting at 4 p.m. March 13 in the County Board Room at the county building, 111 W. Fox St. in Yorkville.