DeKALB – Roger Hopkins is feeling good about the city’s economic future.
DeKALB – Boundary lines that determine where DeKalb students go to elementary school could change as early as the 2014-15 school year.
SYCAMORE – A northern Sycamore subdivision is on its way toward future developments.
SYCAMORE – A local attorney is suing former State's Attorney Clay Campbell and other local lawyers, claiming they circulated nude photos and unflattering news accounts about her, making it difficult for her to find new clients.
SYCAMORE – One of Northern Illinois University's "coffee fund" scrap metal defendants must pay the university $4,000 by Aug. 19 under a misdemeanor plea agreement finalized Monday.
DeKalb Park District is applying for grant that would equal $400,000 for work
DeKALB – Amaya Zimmerman didn’t want to run a 5K without the support of her family.
Graduates: Moment is bittersweet, exciting at same time
DeKALB – Eddie Williams' return to Northern Illinois University will last about 11 days, NIU officials said Monday.
When Gladys Sanchez's name was called at Kishwaukee College's graduation ceremony Saturday, she received one of the biggest cheers of any student.
CORTLAND – When Lissette Jacobson wears her blue scarf, her bilingual first-grade students know they should be conversing in English.
To Mim Evans, the downtown district is one of a community’s most important parts.
When his friend found him unconscious in her car April 2, she thought Benjamin Black has just shot heroin, court records show.
DeKALB – When Marcia Forest caught Wes Dvorak looking out the window of Barb City Manor one snowy day this winter, the new resident didn’t know she was about to make a friend.
ST. CHARLES – The 28-year-old Sycamore man accused of having heroin in his system during the crash that killed 11-year-old Matthew Ranken is asking a judge to reduce his $250,000 bond.
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