Miss a day, miss a lot, so take a moment to catch up on some of the past week's headlines from Batavia and beyond.
The mall’s property owner decided against renewing a lease to conduct coronavirus testing outside the Chicago Premium Outlets.
The coronavirus drove Kane County’s unemployment rate to 9.6 percent in August, up from 4.1 percent a year ago.
Kane County saw more coronavirus-related deaths in the first 16 days of September than it did in August. But there have been none since.
Batavia police allege they found a man sleeping in his car with a gun in plain sight, according to a report.
Kids in Aurora will have more time than ever to trick-or-treat this year, with hours extended to encourage social distancing.
Windy City Distributing is set to close permanently in October, leaving more than a hundred people out of a job.
The Aurora Police Department said an officer killed an “aggressive” dog Sunday while responding to a 911 call.
After a strong performance Wednesday, some baseball writers are predicting big things from former Saint Wes Benjamin in 2021.
The flu shots are covered by Medicare Part B and most health insurance plans.
Eric Ericson, 63, was convicted of two charges in Kane County’s first jury trial since court resumed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
ASafeReturn.com’s protective shields could also provide a lifeline to restaurants this winter by allowing them to safely serve more people.
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