At its regular meeting Monday night, the Sandwich City Council voted to accept the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, or CMAP's Planning Priorities Report.
Sunday Week In Review
A Boulder Hill resident has designed a new "art-infused" manhole cover that will be installed over manholes amid new construction in downtown Oswego.
A Lee County woman was arrested after she allegedly took off from Sandwich Police officers on Saturday at a high rate of speed and was arrested near Hinckley.
The Kendall County Sheriff's Office says that two people have been charged in connection with an Aggravated Battery and Home Invasion incident that occurred last year in Oswego Twp.
The Kaneland Education Association is set to rally ahead of the Kaneland Board of Education meeting on Monday just days before the current four-year contract for educators in Kaneland School District #302 is set to expire.
There could be some potentially severe weather moving into the WSPY listening area this afternoon.
A woman from the far east side of Aurora is facing felony charges for allegedly battering her six-month-old son.
Plano Mayor Bob Hausler didn’t have to look far for the city’s next treasurer.
Plano Police say they are investigating an Arson that occurred on Sunday night after a structure fire was found in the 3800 block of Munson Ct. around 9:46 p.m.
A Minooka man could spend the rest of his life behind bars after he was convicted during a jury trial in Kendall County on Thursday.
The Montgomery Village Board meets Monday night where a body-worn camera policy and implementation program for Montgomery Police is on the agenda for action.
At its Monday night meeting, the Sandwich City Council will vote on a resolution to accept the Planning Priorities Report from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, or CMAP.
Governor JB Pritzker is signing a package of new laws to help protect immigrants living in Illinois.
The Second District Court of Appeals in Elgin ruled Friday that that the Statute of Limitations did apply in the lawsuit of former Yorkville student Richard Doe against former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Dennis Hastert.
Here’s our summer guide to outdoor fun with a few precautions.
The DeKalb County Sheriff's Office says an Aurora man was arrested on Friday for allegedly soliciting a child and offering them sex and drugs in DeKalb County.
A Sandwich man was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance following an incident in Sandwich on Thursday.
The Kendall County Juvenile Justice Council awarded two, $500 scholarships at the June 18 county board meeting.
Summer has finally arrived. As Illinois residents start to enjoy outdoor activities, the Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal reminds residents to stay safe.
The Yorkville City Council could decide next week on what proposal they prefer to move forward with in regard to a potential sale agreement for the Old Kendall County Jail on W. Madison St.
Officials with the Village of Montgomery say that battlefield expert Robert Mueller will present "Pearl Harbor: A Day of Infamy" at Montgomery Village Hall on Jul. 9th.
A Crest Hill woman was killed in a fatal accident that also injured an Illinois State Police trooper on I-55 near Romeoville on Thursday.
A former Oswego village trustee says he will run for state representative in the 97th Illinois House District.
A Kendall County official says two stretches of roadway will see some state funding allocated for widening of state roads that run through Kendall County.
Governor JB Pritzker is signing an executive order to help make sure every Illinoisan is counted in the 2020 census.
Using a gun to commit a crime may lead to quicker and better evidence for a courtroom trial and conviction as the Oswego Police Department joins forces with the Aurora Police Department.
At their meeting on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, the Minooka Community High School District 111 Board of Education named Deirdra Crye as the newest member of the Board of Education.
Kendall County Sheriff's officials say an Oswego man is facing Armed Robbery and Mob Action charges in connection with a reported Armed Robbery that occurred in Boulder Hill in April.
Montgomery Police say a female juvenile sustained minor injuries in a crash involving a vehicle and pedestrian on Thursday.
The Sandwich City Council heard from City Engineer Tom Horak at last Monday's Committee of the Whole meeting regarding sanitary manhole inspections in the city that will begin the first week in July.
Discussion on a problematic crosswalk in Yorkville continued this week at the city council's committee level.
The Metra BNSF train that was scheduled to leave Chicago at 4:38 p.m. to go to Aurora was running two minutes late on Jun. 11. Ruben Rodriguez of Yorkville, a member of the Kendall County Regional Planning Commission, remembers the time well.
Montgomery Police have named two new Commanders -- a first for the village's police department.
Near-record rainfall has caused a serious delay in the planting season for farmers across Illinois.
The search for a missing Sandwich man in Iowa continues.
A Sandwich man has been found guilty of Attempted Murder, following a jury trial this week in relation to a 2017 shooting in Sandwich.
Even after voters rejected a 30 cent tax increase in April and the previous school board voted to trade junior high school sports for an intramural program as part of a $1.3 million cost reduction four months ago, the Oswego School District 308 board unanimously approved reinstating to a tru…
Kendall County State's Attorney Eric Weis wants the county board to spend in excess of $100,000 to initiate a Mental Health Court, which would screen certain offenders' for mental health issues.
The Will County Sheriff’s Offices says that a male inmate who they say had attempted to hang himself in his cell last Thursday has passed away.