SYCAMORE – Art Attack is hosting a series of summer camps at 215 W. Elm St., Sycamore.
DeKALB – Heavy rain and flooding in the spring and early summer may be killing the buzz for carriers of West Nile virus this year.
DeKALB – Some middle school music teachers could lose their jobs depending on how the DeKalb School District 428 Board implements the 2014-15 schedule.
SYCAMORE – A Sycamore contractor was approved by city officials to help fix the deteriorating sidewalks around the city.
DeKALB – Myisha Hill wants to help people to get fit in a fun way, which is why she's offering free Zumba classes at her church this summer.
GENOA – Don Billington recently retired from Genoa-Kingston High School after spending 22 years as its principal. The job comprised much of his career: He joined the district after spending 11 years in the Warren School District coaching and teaching physical education and health. He recently spent a few moments talking with Daily Chronicle reporter Stephanie Hickman about his career and the next stage of his life.
Attending college has been a financial struggle for Alora Schoenhofen.
DeKALB – The DeKalb High School class of 1968 will host its 45-year reunion Friday and Saturday, according to a news release.
DeKALB – More than 200 volunteers will have a chance to give back to DeKalb County for the ninth annual Day of Caring.
GENOA – On a soggy, then sunny, then sultry Saturday, 15 five-person firefighting teams battled for supremacy using one of nature’s most powerful forces: Water.
DeKALB – Chris May, owner of Proton Tattoo in DeKalb, beat out 28,000 applicants to land one of 16 spots on this season of “Ink Master.”
SYCAMORE – Imagine a patient comes to a hospital sick, is diagnosed with appendicitis and needs the infected organ removed before it bursts.
MALTA – Kishwaukee College will be among the sites hosting the University of Illinois Corn and Soybean Classics in January.
Often in the news, and in our online comments section after news stories are posted at Daily-Chronicle.com, the focus is on things that seem to be going wrong or that need to be improved.
DeKalb County residents affected by recent flooding may be eligible for food assistance under the Disaster Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program, according to the Illinois Department of Human Services.
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