Barb Pondelick has no problem staying busy during the summer.
DeKALB – Roger Hopkins is feeling good about the city’s economic future.
The DeKalb County Economic Development Corp. will hold its 2013 Technology Focus Luncheon on Broadband and Economic Development on May 30.
Tammy Engel, broker/owner of RE/MAX Classic Real Estate, 514 E. Main St. in Genoa, recently received special recognition from the RE/MAX Northern Illinois region for her sales success in 2012. She has been named to membership in the 100% Club, one of five honorary clubs, each recognizing an important level of achievement in sales production.
Todd Vanatta, physical therapist at Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists, recently attended a course in Raleigh, N.C., on Visceral Functional Mobilization.
The Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce recently moved to a new location at 111 N. Sycamore St., Genoa.
Valley West Community Hospital, part of KishHealth System, is in the middle of an $11.2 million investment, adding a new 21-room patient wing to the facility along with other major improvements.
Steve Milner and Denise Weinmann of RVG Milner/Carpenter recently attended the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors convention in Palm Springs, Calif.
As part of its ongoing fleet revitalization initiative, USA Truck of Van Buren, Ark., has awarded a 2013 Freightliner tractor to Michael Rogers of DeKalb.
SYCAMORE – After 10 years of operation, Christy Klein is closing Glass Gardens so she can get a real job.
The DeKalb County Board recently issued a proclamation to encourage residents to celebrate National Tourism Week, May 4 through 12, in DeKalb County.
Barrett J. Corneille, a 1973 graduate of DeKalb High School, was inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers on April 5 in Newport Beach, Calif.
Resource Insurance, a department of Resource Bank, has welcomed Brett Korth as its newest insurance adviser. Korth is serving the insurance needs of DeKalb, Genoa, Hampshire and Sycamore communities.
Kishwaukee Community Hospital’s main laboratory has received accreditation from the College of American Pathologists.
The 3M Foundation has donated $250 to Children’s Learning Center in recognition of Jeff Lizer’s commitment to the community.
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