Sunday Week In Review
Two juveniles have been charged in Mendota after police allege that multiple incidents of vandalism and theft were reported in the south central area of the city.
One firefighter was injured and the occupant of a Sheridan home lost three cats in a Wednesday fire that left the home uninhabitable.
The Illinois Secretary of State's Office has announced that patrons visiting Plano's Driver Services Facility or any other facility in the state will have an extra month to take care of expired driver’s licenses, ID cards, and license plate stickers.
Throughout July, a non profit sustainable food organization and a non-partisan civic organization are teaming up in DeKalb County to bring voter registration to mobile pop-up food distribution events.
Police in Aurora are asking the public if they recognize a vehicle seen striking a juvenile on a bicycle this past weekend on the city's east side.
Silence was heard at the Oswego Plan Commission meeting when no resident spoke or attended a public hearing for an outdoor entertainment venue Thursday night.
Kane County Sheriff's Office officials believe the driver of a pickup truck that struck a camper in Big Rock on Thursday may have suffered a medical event.
Sandwich City Treasurer Sandra Webber told the Sandwich City Council at last Monday's Committee of the Whole meeting that she is concerned because residents of the Open Door Rehabilitation Center at 405 S. Wells cannot visit city businesses because some employees are not wearing masks.
An additional seven COVID-19 cases were reported in Kendall County on Thursday while one additional case was reported at a Sandwich nursing facility where increasing totals have been reported in recent days.
As hundreds of local businesses impacted by COVID-19 were announced this week as recipients of federal Paycheck Protection Program loans, officials are waiting to hear back from the state regarding if any businesses were selected for state grant awards.
A man wanted for alleged sex trafficking in Arizona was arrested near the Minooka area on Tuesday.
The LaSalle County Sheriff's Office says a Missouri man who was wanted in that state on Assault, Criminal Action and other charges was arrested on Wednesday in LaSalle County.
An area congresswoman says the reopening of schools this fall needs to be done with a "data-driven" plan and that local governments and schools need federal funding.
A bridge in Plano that has been closed for expansion since last year reopened to traffic on Wednesday afternoon.
Kendall County Sheriff's Office officials are seeking the public's aid in relation to a hit and run crash that caused significant damage to a vehicle in Bristol.
The next step for a three-acre Orchard Road performing arts outdoor center is on the Oswego Plan Commission agenda on Thursday evening.
There is the possibility for some strong thunderstorms in the WSPY listening area on Thursday afternoon and Thursday evening.
The state of Illinois saw the highest number of new COVID-19 cases since June 5 on Wednesday.
A safe containing approximately one to two thousand dollars in cash was stolen during a break-in that occurred at Edgebrook Golf Course in Sandwich some time late Monday night or early Tuesday morning. Sandwich Police received the call at 6:23 a.m. on Tuesday.
Kendall County prosecutors, who are seeking their own review of a mental health evaluation for a man charged in an Attempted Murder case in Oswego from five years ago, say they expect to have the results by a hearing at the end of next month.
Aurora firefighters put out a fire on July 4th around 1:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Blackhawk St. on the city's west side.
A resolution that that has been affirmed by both the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police and the NAACP Illinois has support from Aurora Police.
A movie theater chain with locations in Sandwich, St. Charles and elsewhere has announced it will temporarily re-close locations after reopening in late June.
More local libraries have announced reopening dates after their buildings were closed to in-person patronage, due to COVID-19.
A Will County man has been arrested for allegedly killing another individual. The Joliet Police Department said Dartavius Payton, 24, of Lockport allegedly shot and killed a 20-year-old male from Joliet in the 300 block of Grant Avenue in Joliet around 9 p.m. on April 28th.
The City of Yorkville will solicit feedback from the public first before and if any changes are made to allow chickens as poultry within city limits.
Three more staff members and two additional residents at a Sandwich nursing facility have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.
At its Tuesday meeting, the Kendall County Board voted unanimously to abolish the Board of Directors of the Tuberculosis (TB) Care and Treatment Fund.
The facility on Game Farm Rd. that houses Yorkville City Hall and the Yorkville Police Station will be closed to the public on Wednesday, as city officials say there has been a, "presumed case" of COVID-19.
Some local school districts are seeking parent feedback about learning options for students this fall.
The Sandwich Opera House has announced that all events through June 2021 have been canceled due to the COVID-19 virus.
Over 27,000 businesses in Illinois received federal aid through the Paycheck Protection Program and data released on Monday shows those funds included the business owned by a local congressional candidate and senator, a Yorkville athletics company, a plastic fabrication company in Plano and …
With high heat dominating the forecast, the Illinois Department of Transportation is cautioning motorists to be on the lookout for pavement buckling on roads.
A major development is looking to come out of the planning stage in the village of Oswego.
A 17-month-old girl from Aurora has died after being bitten by a dog on the far west side of Joliet, not far from the Kendall County line.