Miss a day, miss a lot, so take a moment to catch up on some of the past week's headlines from Aurora and beyond.
Region 8’s positivity rate grew to 6.2 percent by Aug. 31, higher than it has been at any point since officials started tracking it.
Some have said the purchase would militarize the Aurora Police Department, while others have called it necessary for officers' safety.
The Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry handed out milk, eggs and chicken to families of patients fighting cancer.
Some businesses and organizations could be eligible for grants of up to $20,000 if the Kane County Board authorizes the program.
District 303 officials announced Friday they will not try to bring back high school students until at least mid-October.
The coronavirus sent millions of Americans, including some in Kane County, into an economic tailspin that’s being felt at the dinner table.
This year's festival, which will highlight more than 900 breweries from all 50 states, is going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 270 workers are set to lose their jobs at the award-winning chef's restaurants this month due to the coronavirus.
The renowned conference center in St. Charles initially furloughed more than 300 workers before permanently laying them off.
Raoul warns of robocalls with false claims that voter info will be shared with the CDC, police and creditors if residents vote by mail.
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