School District U46 students will continue remote learning until January, U46 CEO Tony Sanders said, because the number of COVID-19 cases are expected surge again.
- The Kane County Health Department hopes to begin distributing vaccines in December, though an exact date has not been set.
- The IHSA announced all low-risk sports will not begin till at least January 2021. Where that leaves boys and girls basketball, deemed high-risk sports by the Illinois Department of Public Health, is a mystery.
- Speak Out comments submitted to The Courier-News.
- Here's a look at holiday light displays at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Morton Arboretum Illumination in Lisle, the Farnsworth House in Plano and Santa’s Rock N Lights at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.
- School District U46 students will continue remote learning until January, U46 CEO Tony Sanders said, because the number of COVID-19 cases are expected surge again.
- Tony Baranek talks to Southland standouts Jenna Badali (Mother McAuley) and Taylor Gugliuzza (Lincoln-Way West) about starring at Lewis.
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- A St. Charles woman is handing out trophies to boost the spirits of business owners as the pandemic continues to impact the Fox Valley economy.
- Aurora Christian graduate Jeremy Henderson combined his passion for basketball and business in developing the JSleeve shooting aid.
- Crystal Thomas, now a star with the Washington Spirit, led Wheaton Academy to three state trophies, including the Class 2A state title.
- Elgin is ready to start a $6.8 million, 10-year plan to replace aging water meters with smart meters that will improve the way data is collected and spot leaks and other problems in the system electronically.
- Wayside Cross Ministries’ Hope Chest, a resale shop that raises money to support the organization’s mission of helping the ag8亚集团官方网站homeless, has opened a new store in Elgin that its managers hope will create a positive experience for shoppers.
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- The Elgin City Council will have at least two new members this spring now that Councilmen Terry Gavin and Baldemar Lopez have opted not to be among the 11 candidates vying for four open seats in April 2021.
- The Downtown Neighborhood Association of Elgin is trying to get people downtown despite the state returning to Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions by launching a new marketing campaign: Holly Days.
- Cate Long, who led Aurora Christian to regional and sectional titles, had double-digit kills in five of her first six matches with Clemson.
- In our rapidly changing COVID-19 mitigation situation, it can be hard to figure out what if anything of nomal holiday events are going to be happening this year.
- Batavia center Tessa Towers earned all-conference honors last season as sophomore, but she has kept working during the shutdown.