Eric Schelkopf, Shaw Local

Eric Schelkopf

Shaw Local

St. Charles, IL, United States

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

Recent articles by Eric:

Efforts continue to try and corral pigs on the loose in Wayne

Efforts continue to try to rescue four pigs that are on the loose in Wayne. → Read More

Wayne Police Dept. working to corral pigs on the loose

The Wayne Police Department is trying to help a group of pigs that are on the loose find their way home. → Read More

New St. Charles School Superintendent talks about goals for district

Paul Gordon has had a listening ear since starting July 1 as the new superintendent of St. Charles School District. → Read More

Art in spotlight during Geneva Arts Fair

Those attending the Geneva Arts Fair over the weekend were exposed to a diverse array of art. → Read More

St. Charles alderpersons to vote on filling vacancy on City Council

St. Charles City Council alderpersons on Monday will vote on filling a vacancy on the City Council. → Read More

St. Charles School Board moving ahead to develop new strategic plan for district

The St. Charles School Board continues to move forward on developing a new strategic plan for the district. → Read More

Road patching program in St. Charles to begin on city’s west side

St. Charles residents living on the city’s west side will see smoother roads ahead in the coming months. → Read More

Five St. Charles businesses cited for selling tobacco, alternative nicotine products to minors

Five St. Charles businesses have been cited for selling tobacco and alternative nicotine products to minors. → Read More

St. Charles City Council to set up retirement health savings plan for city’s firefighters

St. Charles is moving ahead to set up a retiree health savings plan for the city’s firefighters. → Read More

Founder of Fox Valley gay rights group worried Supreme Court will now take aim at same-sex marriage

The gay rights group, Out in Fox Valley, will hold rallies, marches Saturday and Sunday in downtown Geneva. → Read More

Francesca’s by the River in St. Charles getting new look, name

When Francesca's by the River in downtown St. Charles reopens in mid-July, it will have a new look and a new name. → Read More

St. Charles raises rainbow flag for first time in its history to celebrate start of Pride Month

History was made Wednesday morning as St. Charles Mayor Lora Vitek raised the first Pride flag in the city's history. → Read More

St. Charles Public Library to drop fines for overdue materials

Starting July 1, the St. Charles Public Library will no longer charge fines for overdue materials. → Read More

Kane County leaders speak at forum addressing dangers of fentanyl

Wednesday’s forum at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles addressed the dangers of fentanyl. → Read More

New Revelry 675 wedding and events venue bringing Hollywood to Batavia

The grand opening of Revelry 675, which is located at 675 S. River St. in downtown Batavia, is set for Friday night. → Read More

St. Charles water, sewer rates to increase to pay for capital improvements

St. Charles residents will see their water and sewer rates go up after June 1 to pay for capital improvements. → Read More

CycleBar bringing new fitness options to St. Charles

CycleBar studio opened in March at 2686 E. Main St. in the Foxfield Commons shopping center. → Read More

St. Charles School Board to interview two finalists for superintendent job

St. Charles School Board members on Sunday will interview the two finalists for the school superintendent position. → Read More

Downtown St. Charles to shine in new Netflix movie

Downtown St. Charles certainly should be well represented in the upcoming Netflix noir thriller "The Killer.” → Read More

St. Charles Kiwanis Club to hold Rose Day fundraiser

For the second consecutive year, the St. Charles Kiwanis Club Rose Day fundraiser will be an outdoor event. → Read More