Brenda Schory, Shaw Local

Brenda Schory

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Recent:
  • Shaw Local
Past:
  • KaneCounty Chronicle
  • Northwest Herald
  • The Herald-News

Recent articles by Brenda:

Longtime Geneva officer Frieders to retire Aug. 1

After 26 1/2 years as a police officer, Geneva Deputy Chief Michael Frieders announced he would retire Aug. 1. → Read More

Kane County residents sound off on how they’re coping with record-high inflation

Inflation hit a 40-year high in June, with the Consumer Price Index hitting 9.1% over last year. → Read More

New after-market store sells ‘supreme limited edition’ clothes, sneakers in Geneva

The Dawg House, 206 Commons Drive, at Geneva Commons, offers vintage clothing and streetwear and sneakers. → Read More

Primary election results stalled in Kane due to software problem

The Kane County primary election results were stalled Tuesday night due to a problems with its system. → Read More

2022 Primary: Cunningham wins race for Republican Kane Clerk nominee

Incumbent Jack Cunningham is running against Geneva attorney Douglas Warlick. → Read More

Geneva aldermen OK liquor license for new business

Chi-Cutierie Boards and More opened June 1. → Read More

Local reaction to Roe v. Wade overturned

Some residents support the U.S. Supreme Court's decision, while others expressed anger and disappointment. → Read More

New men’s consignment shop first in Geneva

Stitch Switch, at 310 Campbell St., features second-hand designer men’s clothing and shoes. → Read More

Batavia pet store hopes for safe return of stolen parrot

The theft of the bird – valued at $824.99 – occurred shortly about 5 p.m. June 16 from Petland in Batavia. → Read More

New Geneva D-304 superintendent job posted on search firm’s website

The position for the next superintendent for Geneva District 304 is posted on the search firm’s website. → Read More

Blackberry Twp. man charged with DUI after rollover crash

A Blackberry Township driver was charged with driving under the influence following a rollover crash. → Read More

Geneva to raise rainbow Pride Flag at 5:30 p.m. today

Geneva city officials will raise the rainbow Pride Flag at 5:30 p.m. today at City Hall, 22 S. First St., Geneva. → Read More

Motorist charged with felony DUI in Batavia

A North Aurora man was charged with felony aggravated drunken driving in Batavia. → Read More

Ann Burns, mother of Geneva Mayor, dies at 81

Ann Burns, mother of Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns, died May 3. → Read More

Geneva teacher follows in her late mother’s fifth-grade footsteps, right next door

As she marks her ninth year in the classroom, Eryn Shannon said she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. → Read More

Kane committee eyes abolishing auditor, recorder posts to hire county administrator

Kane County officials eye eliminating elected auditor, recorder posts to save money to hire county administrator. → Read More

St. Charles, Batavia cousins team up to open Two Men and a Truck franchises in Crystal Lake, North Aurora

The men opened the two locations in of November 2021. → Read More

St. Charles, Batavia cousins team up to open Two Men and a Truck franchises in Crystal Lake, North Aurora

The men opened the two locations in of November 2021. → Read More

Batavia woman charged with felony burglary

A Batavia woman was charged with felony burglary of a house for sale in the 300 block of McKee Street. → Read More

Geneva aldermen OK new liquor license for wine tasting business

The Geneva City Council Monday approved adding a liquor license for a new wine tasting business. → Read More