Some Kendall County Forest Preserve Commissioners do not want to pay the $10,447.50 bill from Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick (HLR) the engineering firm that was supposed to supervise the demolition of the historic Millbrook Bridge over the Fox River.
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At their Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, Kendall County Forest Preserve Commissioners expressed little hope that the historic Millbrook Bridge could be saved.
Chairman Scott Gryder said at Thursday's Committee of the Whole meeting that the Kendall County Board is interested in pursuing the possibility of the Yorkville Police Dept. moving to a new wing on the east side of the Public Safety Center at the courthouse campus.
At its Committee of the Whole meeting on Thursday, the Kendall County Board tabled a Special Use Permit for the BrighterDaze Farm and and Events banquet facility located at 10978 Crimmins Rd. in Newark.
At tonight's 6:00 p.m. Kendall County Board meeting, board members will consider a proclamation making May 14 of this year "John Purcell Day." in the county.
Judge Robert Pilmer swore in four Sandwich City Council members at Monday night's Committee of the Whole meeting.
The historic Sandwich Airport on Route 34 on the west side of Sandwich is up for sale.
There was no settlement in the James Doe vs. former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Dennis Hastert following a 90 minute conference in Judge Robert Pilmer's chambers on Friday morning at the Kendall County Courthouse in Yorkville.
The National Weather Service has canceled the Flash Flood Watch for the WSPY Listening Area.
Kendall County Sheriff Dwight Baird has been under fire for the noise coming from the Burlington Northern-Santa Fe shooting range at 6925 Rt. 71.
Justices in the Second District Appellate Court in Elgin quizzed attorney Kristi Browne about her client, Richard Doe, meeting with former Kendall County State's Attorney Dallas Ingemunson in 1984 or 1985 when Doe was 20 or 21 years old.
Drivers were injured in a pair of unrelated accidents in Yorkville over the weekend.
At last week's Yorkville City Council meeting, Yorkville Public Works Director Eric Dhuse showed off a new speed sign for the curve at Cannonball Trl. which will be one of several that can be placed in each direction.
An Earlville man was cited after a load of metal lockers he was hauling apparently broke free and caused damage to another vehicle in Yorkville on Saturday.
More than 400 people took a dip into icy water, freezin’ for a reason at Yorkville’s Silver Springs State Park on Sunday.
An item is expected to come back before the Yorkville City Council later this month for more discussion on a proposal to amend an annexation agreement for a developer looking to build out 227 remaining lots in the Grande Reserve Subdivision.
Yorkville Police say that an investigation into a message asking about a school shooting in Yorkville was concluded and no threat was found.
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Local police and city officials are offering thoughts following the Aurora shooting Friday afternoon.
From lawmakers in Illinois to the President of the United States, comments continue on the Aurora mass shooting.
A pizza and game center on the west side of Aurora that is just about a block and a half from where a mass shooting occurred on Friday has hosted first responders and law enforcement for the night.
The city of Yorkville may be asked to discuss implementing a few school bus stop signs in coordination with Yorkville School District #115.
A request for proposals for future use of the Old Kendall County Jail on Madison St. in downtown Yorkville is scheduled to culminate at the end of next month and uses are still being sought.
Kendall County Coroner Jacquie Purcell says a coroner's inquest and jury is expected for transparency purposes after an inmate was found deceased in the Kendall County Jail on Tuesday.
An item regarding the regulation or prohibition of discharging of firearms in Kendall County did not make it out of a Kendall County Board committee on Monday afternoon.
The Yorkville City Council will meet tonight for their regularly stated meeting.
Inclement winter weather conditions in the WSPY listening area are leading to cancellations and delayed openings. This list is updated, below.
Icy and snowy roads caused some more accidents over the weekend.
More winter weather is in the forecast this week.
An Aurora man was arrested Tuesday for Robbery and other offenses in connection with an incident that occurred at a Yorkville business on Jan. 26.
While the ice storm warning canceled out early Wednesday morning another advisory goes into effect this evening
Weather conditions in the WSPY listening area are leading to cancellations and delayed openings. This list is updated, below.
A 22 year-old Plano man was arrested by the Kendall County Sheriff's office, wanted on a warrant in Yorkville.
Numerous area park projects have been announced as recipients of millions in grant money for various projects.
Hazardous travel conditions are projected for the commute home on Tuesday night.
Mayor Gary J. Golinski is seeking a Yorkville resident to serve on the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission for a term that expires in May of 2021. The Planning and Zoning Commission is comprised of seven members. Duties of the Planning and Zoning Commission include the following: to hea…
Yorkville may look to regulate parking times on two busy downtown stalls used during the lunch rush.
Images have been released of a male subject police are looking to identify in connection with an alleged robbery of a Yorkville retailer last week.
A Romeoville man is accused of communicating with and traveling to meet a minor in Yorkville.
At the Yorkville City Council meeting earlier this week, aldermen sent an item back to committee for more discussion regarding additional licensing requirements for businesses classified as, "resale dealers" in the city.
A juvenile student was hospitalized with minor injuries after a school bus was rear-ended in Yorkville on Tuesday morning.
While the warning for the cold expired at Noon, another advisory begins in just a few hours.