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Past articles by Brenda:

Kane County Cougars agree to pay past-due license fees to remain in Geneva stadium

The Kane County Cougars will remain in Northwestern Medicine Field after owner Bob Froelich paid past-due fees. → Read More

Geneva candidate Anais Bowring seeks 1st Ward seat

Anais Bowring is running unopposed for alderperson in Geneva’s 1st Ward in the April 4 consolidated election. → Read More

Looking ahead: Kane County poised to expand economic development in 2023

Kane County will see a lot of economic-related initiatives either come to fruition or continue to advance in 2023. → Read More

Year in review: Top stories in Geneva in 2022

The Kane County Chronicle is looking back at the biggest stories in Geneva in 2022. → Read More

2022 in Review: A look back at some of the stories that shaped western Kane County this year

The Kane County Chronicle is looking back at the biggest stories of the year in 2022. → Read More

Here’s who’s running in local Kane races in the April 4 election

Monday, Dec. 19, was the last day for candidates to file nomination paperwork to run in the consolidated election. → Read More

Incumbents, newcomers file for seats in April’s consolidated election

A number of incumbents and newcomers on Monday filed to run for seats in April's consolidated election. → Read More

New details emerge in September fatal pedestrian crash on Geneva’s State Street

Tammy Berke, 55, of Batavia was killed after being struck by a car while crossing East State Street on Sept. 28. → Read More

Two Kane residents dodge two scams, a third loses $1,000

Two Kane County residents avoided being scammed, but a third resident got snookered out of $1,000. → Read More

Geneva D-304 board accepts grants, gifts

The Geneva District 304 school board Monday accepted $2,000 in grants, $1,500 in donations. → Read More

Geneva middle school honors vets on Veterans Day

Geneva Middle School North thanked veterans with a special ceremony on Veterans Day Friday. → Read More

Ex-Elburn records clerk charged with felony grooming, soliciting a child

A former Elburn police records clerk, who also served as a Sugar Grove Police Commissioner and was listed as a volunteer at the Maple Park Police Department, was charged with felony grooming and solicitation of a child he believed to be 16, court records show. → Read More

Geneva’s east side Dunkin’ edges closer to opening

A controversial east side Dunkin’, 206 E. State St., Geneva appears to be a step closer to opening. → Read More

Forum in St. Charles stresses Nov. 8 election as critical to protect legal access to abortion in Illinois

Kane County Democratic Women hosted a forum Thursday at the Hickory Knolls Discovery Center in St. Charles, “Our Rights Are on the Ballot: The Impact of Dobbs v. Jackson!” leading to a discussion of Illinois' abortion rights after the overturning of Roe vs. Wade. → Read More

Batavia police reports for: Sept. 13-20, 2022

Information in Police Reports is obtained from the Batavia Police Department. Individuals in Police Reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proven guilty in court. • Philip J. Terry, 55, of the 5400 block of Arlington Drive, Hanover Park, was charged Sept. 14 with battery which occurred at Funway Amusements, 1335 S. River St., Batavia. • Ashley M. O’Connor-Ponce, 34, of the 1500… → Read More

Geneva’s Little Traveler hits century mark with 3 days of special events

The Little Traveler will be marking its 100th year Sept. 22, 23 and 24 with special events. → Read More

Geneva’s Festival of the Vine opening day ‘going fabulous’

The Geneva Chamber of Commerce’s three-day Festival of the Vine opened Friday. → Read More

Geneva alderman OK next step for new warehouse project

Applicant to prepare acreage for warehouse development for Fox Valley Commerce Center → Read More

Kane County high schoolers invited to help give away $20K to charity

A new opportunity for high school students to learn about philanthropy is available this fall in Kane County. → Read More

Geneva aldermen recommend buying 23 sets of firefighter protective gear

Geneva aldermen this week recommended approval to spend $61,580 to buy 23 sets of firefighters’ turnout gear. → Read More