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Feb 20 2017 | 3:35 pm - There are plans to open a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop on the first floor of Fountain Square Condominiums, 50 S. Grove Ave., Elgin, a space vacant since the building was built in 2007.
Feb 17 2017 | 1:36 pm - About 20 people took part in protest Friday in Elgin generally aimed at supporting democratic principles and showing displeasure with President Donald Trump’s policies.
Feb 17 2017 | 8:23 am - Businesses in Aurora, Elgin, Geneva and other suburbs closed and some suburban schools reported lower than usual attendance as people joined in “A Day Without Immigrants” to protest President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
Feb 15 2017 | 5:46 pm - The “Sankofa Wax Museum of African-American History” at Second Baptist Church in Elgin aims to teaching black kids about great black role models who are not talked about enough in classrooms and popular culture.
Feb 14 2017 | 5:20 pm - Survivors of sexual violence urged victims to not stay silent and come forward at the Long Red Line event in Elgin, which is aimed at stopping rape and violence.
Feb 13 2017 | 5:57 pm - Las Gorditas de Don Angel, a new Mexican restaurant in downtown Elgin, features family recipes handed down through three generations.
Feb 10 2017 | 8:52 pm - Robb Cagann was promoted assistant chief of operations for the Elgin Fire Department among a total of 23 applicants from all over the country.
Feb 10 2017 | 5:41 am - A 19-year-old from South Elgin who was reported missing has been found dead, and police do not suspect foul play.
Feb 08 2017 | 11:57 pm - The city of Elgin will offer two new events this year, a Civil War re-enactment in June and a family festival in August on the far west side, and will postpone its International Festival, or iFest, to next year “to reinvigorate it.”
Feb 09 2017 | 10:17 am - The South Elgin and Countryside Fire Protection District has about 400 free smoke and carbon monoxide detectors that firefighters can install for free in residents’ homes.