The Kendall County Sheriff's Office is reminding drivers to not drive around or move the barricades where the roadway is closed on Grove Road between Route 52 and Chicago Road in Seward Twp.
Sunday Week In Review
Sandwich Fair Association officials say planning for the 133rd Sandwich Fair is underway and at this time, despite any rumor, there have been no changes to the schedule of the fair for this coming September.
A Waterman man, who has a pending Attempted Murder case for allegedly tampering with a natural gas line to an Elburn home in order to spray gas inside, was again arrested in Elburn on Thursday morning, accused of violating his bond.
Kendall County officials are continuing to encourage residents to complete the 2020 census and they even have a friendly "bragging rights" competition going on with McHenry County.
For those who observe Good Friday and Easter, this weekend will be very different from years past, as many churches and places of worship move their services online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hesed House in Aurora now has confirmed cases of COVID-19.
The Kendall/Grundy Farm Bureau was on WCSJ this week providing an update regarding the Covid-19 pandemic.
Several burglaries and attempted burglaries to motor vehicles were reported on Wednesday night in Boulder Hill.
Our sister station WLBK reports that it was five years ago Thursday that an EF-4 tornado cut a 30-mile path through northern Illinois, striking Fairdale and destroying homes, injuring 22 people and claiming two lives in the DeKalb County community.
Dr. Amaal Tokars, the Executive Director of the Kendall County Health Department spoke to the Kendall County Board at the Tuesday evening meeting regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Nineteen additional cases of COVID-19 were reported in Kendall County on Wednesday evening.
At his daily press conference on Wednesday, Gov. JB Pritzker spoke about the efforts his administration is taking to increase COVID-19 testing capacity in Illinois.
Home security company Safewise has named the City of Sandwich the fifth safest city in Illinois in 2020.
A site in Oswego has been identified as a possible drive-up testing site in Kendall County for COVID-19, if it were to be implemented.
Because of the financial hardships incurred by citizens during the COVID-19 crisis, trustees in the DeKalb County village of Shabbona were polled, and have supported waiving utility bills for the first quarter of 2020.
Fox Valley Community Services in Sandwich will be hosting a drive-by Easter parade this Friday as a way to reconnect with the seniors they serve, of course, from a distance.
Two law enforcement employees in LaSalle County have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, according to an internal document obtained by an area newspaper.
The Associated Press reports that the Green and Libertarian parties in Illinois have filed a federal lawsuit claiming Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s stay-at-home order has impeded the petition process necessary to get on the November ballot.
A local senator is behind a push from the state to expand services for domestic violence and sexual assault victims, especially during concerns over those incidents amid the stay at home order, due to COVID-19.
The threat for some severe weather could be around again on Wednesday night at least in or near the southern portion of the WSPY listening area.
A Mendota man was arrested on Monday after police in Mendota were called for a man allegedly threatening to stab a group of subjects.
In reviewing possible capital projects, the Oswego Village Board again took sides on the Orchard Road outdoor entertainment venue and its $700,000 plus estimated construction cost.
A community event that had been scheduled for May 2 and May 3 in Oswego has now been postponed because of COVID-19.
Updated Illinois Department of Corrections records on Tuesday show that seven incarcerated individuals and three staff members at the Sheridan Correctional Center in LaSalle County have now tested positive for COVID-19.
Late fees and interest may be waived on Kendall County property tax payments because of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
At his daily press conference on Tuesday, Gov. JB Pritzker gave Illinois citizens an update on hospitalizations and ventilator capacity amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grades for social distancing activity has now dropped for most local counties, according to a company who compiled GPS phone data to show decreases in average distance traveled and non-essential visits.
Will County Sheriff Mike Kelley announced on Monday that a sheriff’s deputy tested positive for COVID-19.
A LaSalle County man is accused of breaking into a home in southern Kane County and stealing a vehicle.
A pharmacy store chain announced on Tuesday morning that they will be expanding drive-thru testing for COVID-19 to 15 new sites among seven states, which includes Illinois.
An Oswego High School senior is garnering some attention after he recently created a song with a musical reminder about how to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most criminal and civil cases in Kane County will be continued until after May 4th because of COVID-19 concerns.
Refuse collectors are asking those with anyone in the home who is showing symptoms of COVID-19, including a cough, fever, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing, to not throw recyclable waste in the recycling bin.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Village of Oswego is exploring ways to stave off tax revenue loss from business closures and other new policies.
Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin has been cleared to transition back into a normal work schedule as much as possible, after it was announced late last month that he had contracted COVID-19.
An Aurora man was arrested for two counts of Criminal Damage to Property following an incident at the Aurora Police Department on Mar. 30.
The Sandwich City Council tabled on Monday the $139,000 contract with Williams Architects of Itasca for preparation of construction documents, design, the bidding and negotiation phase and the six-month construction phase for the new Public Safety Building at 1251 E. 6th St.
The Kendall County Health Department reported eight new cases of COVID-19 and eight new recoveries on Monday.
The Kendall County Board will consider the approval of COVID-19 temporary job-related travel restrictions and telework guidelines and procedures at Tuesday's 6:00 p.m. meeting.
At his daily press conference, Gov. JB Pritzker spoke about Illlinois' efforts to acquire personal protective equipment as well as what the state has received from the Strategic National Stockpile.
While Kendall County has had two deaths confirmed from COVID-19 in the county, some of the deaths reported from the virus, outside of the county, are of Kendall County residents who died in Kane County.
The Little White School Museum in Oswego has created a “Hometown Historian” initiative to record and collect the community’s unfolding history during the COVID-19 pandemic.