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DeKalb City Council approves TIF fund distributions despite opposition

DeKALB – Despite opposition from other taxing bodies, the DeKalb City Council approved funding three out of four projects with tax increment financing money from an expiring TIF 2.

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Sycamore Middle school students wrap gifts for fundraiser benefiting students in Kenya

SYCAMORE – Justin Forsberg of Sycamore said he had only wrapped two holiday presents so far within the first half hour of a fundraiser on Tuesday afternoon, but he was looking forward to continue wrapping presents for a good cause.

National grocer, fitness center could move into Northland Plaza

DeKALB – City officials are recommending approval of a national grocer and a fitness facility to move into the Northland Plaza Shopping Center, but have not yet disclosed the names of the businesses.

NIU football: Huskies look to end bowl losing streak vs. UAB

DeKALB – Coach Rod Carey has a long list of accomplishments at NIU – two Mid-American Conference championships, a 25-2 record against MAC East opponents in the regular season and a bowl game appearance in four of his five full seasons with the Huskies.

Bench trial: DeKalb County judge reflects on heart transplant

DeKALB – About a year ago, DeKalb County Judge Bradley Waller found himself in a strange place.

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