Miss a day, miss a lot, so take a moment to catch up on some of the past week's headlines from St. Charles and beyond.
More than half of the city’s coronavirus cases have been recorded since the start of August, public health data shows.
Mayor Raymond Rogina is set to call time on his career in public service following the April 2021 election.
Thousands of people gathered Sept. 27 in St. Charles to show support for President Donald Trump.
Kane County recorded no coronavirus-related deaths in the past 14 days, the longest it’s gone without one since the pandemic started.
St. Charles posted an unemployment rate of 8.5 percent in August, up from 3.6 percent 12 months prior.
Residents can stop by Phillips Park on Fridays to get a free flu shot amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Police are asking residents and businesses in the area to provide any surveillance footage of the robbery as they search for a suspect.
Democratic State Rep. Stephanie Kifowit said Thursday she is seeking to become the new speaker of the Illinois House in 2021.
New safety measures at Aurora’s Basement of the Dead have created a more “intimate” scare for customers in 2020, owner Jason Seneker said.
Aurora police conducted a welfare check Monday at an apartment on the city’s East Side and found two people dead.
The new testing site opened just north of the Chicago Premium Outlets, where the previous site was located for five months.
Masses and other in-person activities at the Batavia church will also be suspended for the next two weeks due to the positive tests.
The man was working for a landscaping company Monday when he became trapped under his lawn mower in a Batavia pond.
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