Kane County Recycles is offering free DOCUMENT SHREDDING along with Electronics and Book Recycling for its monthly event in March.
At 4 p.m. Thursday, 03/05/14, a vehicle accident at 15th and Oak Street resulted in downed power lines. Please stay away from the area as live wires may be present and are very dangerous. Power to the area was out in the area south of Rt. 64/Main
The City of St. Charles has named Matthew O’Rourke Economic Development Division Manager in the Community & Economic Development Department. O’Rourke previously served as a Planner in the Community & Economic Development Department, a
Early voting for the 2014 General Primary is available at the St. Charles Municipal Building, 2 E. Main St., for Kane County residents who are registered to vote.
“Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently made headlines for their promises to participate in the Polar Plunge in Chicago. Here in
What to do about Rusty Water
City crews have been dispatched to repair water main breaks this morning at Main Street (IL Rte. 64) and Riverside Drive (just outside City Hall) as well as IL Rte. 25 north of Rte. 64. Affected area residents and businesses may experience low
St. Charles Restaurant Week returns! From February 24-28, you can visit the 34 participating restaurants and receive a 25% discount off your total bill when you present a special coupon.
Madison and Banbury avenues are reopened. Portions of the roads were closed Wednesday and Thursday while Nicor crews fixed a leak in a 4" gas main.
The Cities of Batavia, Geneva and St. Charles, and the Village of North Aurora are urging residents to let their water drip from one faucet in their home to prevent water pipes from freezing.
Update 1:14pm - Online utility bill payment is now available. Thank you for your patience.
As this winter continues to top the charts for snowfall, the St. Charles Fire Department would like to remind residents to keep fire hydrants
The St. Charles Police Department investigated a report of a suspicious incident at a bus stop yesterday and found the incident was not of a malicious nature.
Snow, heavy at times, is expected throughout the afternoon. During times of heavier snowfall, visibility may be reduced to ¼ of a mile. If you have to drive, please use extra caution, reduce speeds and allow extra