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Carrie Wolotowsky of South Elgin wades across a flooded East Spring Street to get to her vehicle during April flooding on the Fox River in South Elgin. Comment?
Arlington Heights will join eight other suburbs in losing its Applebee's when the restaurant closes in the next few weeks. Comment?
Laura Rush and her father ride the merry-go-round at Geneva Swedish Days in 1970. Comment?
With his cowboy hat laying next to him, Jose Lara of Elgin, enjoys the nice afternoon weather as he practices guitar at his Elgin home. Comment?
With endurance events, the measure of success is not a sprint, but a marathon. By that standard, the inaugural Athleta Iron Girl Triathlon, held yesterday morning at Lake Zurich's Paulus Park, passed the test. Comment?
The frogs in Sweden sound like the ducks of the United States, and the Swedish pigs say "nuff," not "oink." Comment?
Descriptions of gruesome murders come across Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon's desk on a regular basis. Comment?
Tayler Scott worked a solid 723 innings, and Albert Almora provided plenty of offens to lift the Kane County Cougars to a 4-1 victory over the Burlington Bees on Thursday at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark in Geneva. Comment?
A long-simmering fight between the Batavia and Geneva library districts is back on the front burner, as testimony began Wednesday in a lawsuit over who gets to add about 1,600 acres in Blackberry Township to their district. Comment?
Batavia aldermen decided Tuesday that every alderman will get to vote on every matter when the joint committees of the whole meet. Comment?
A Geneva man already facing charges of delivering Ecstasy was arrested at a local Starbucks and charged with possession of heroin. Comment?
But students at St. Laurence Catholic School in Elgin did so in April, as they received desks from Coultrap School in Geneva. Comment?
Helen Bauer of Campton Hills demonstrates candle making during a previous 1840s Day at Garfield Farm Museum in La Fox. Comment?
You don't have to be Scandinavian to enjoy the 103rd annual Swedish Day Midsummer Festival, but it helps if you have a healthy appreciation for such traditions as Maypole raising, Swedish meatballs, folk music and dancing. Comment?
What if a tree falls, severs an electrical line and causes an electrical fire - especially if the city owns the tree? An insurance company is suing the city of Geneva for $650,000 in damages for an electrical fire at a home caused by a fallen tree branch in August. Comment?
Larry Johnson's passion for life is far easier to express in his new art studio in Geneva than it may have been during his 31 years as an IBM executive. Comment?
Two-year-old Border Collie, Zip!, zigzags through the obstacle course while demonstrating for Superdogz agility and dog obedience at the St. Charles RiverFest on Saturday. Comment?
A caterer that is being sued for negligence after three people were injured last August when a severe storm whipped through the Kane County Cougars stadium in Geneva has argued the storm was an "act of God." Comment?
Geneva-based developer Shodeen Inc. has sold the 208-unit Covington Court Apartment community in St. Charles to an affiliate of Atlanta-based private equity firm Radco Investments for approximately $19.2 million. Comment?
Ten people were injured Tuesday night by the accidental discharge of a shotgun in the clubhouse of the St. Charles Sportsmen's Club , police said. Comment?