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  • May the best chef win in East DundeeJun 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    Fans of chef challenge shows can check out a competition in person when the village of East Dundee holds a “Pig-Nic Throwdown” Sunday, June 29, at the Farmers Market, 319 N. River Street.

     
  • Fox Valley police reportsJun 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    Abraham Medina, 29, of Aurora, was charged June 15 with criminal damage of government property and theft, according to court records. He is accused of damaging an American flag and flagpole that belonged to the Village of East Dundee.

     
  • St. Charles Arts Council’s neXt gallery pop-up art gallery program invites visual artists to submit their work.

    Call to visual artistsJun 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    The St. Charles Arts Council is sponsoring the "next" neXt gallery, a pop-up art gallery program. Visual artists are invited to submit their work for jurying.

     
  • Fox Valley Eagles of the Ironman Football League kicks off home opener Saturday, June 28, at 6 p.m. at the Lake Barrington Field House.

    Fox Valley Eagles games relocating to Lake BarringtonJun 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Fox Valley Eagles of the Ironman Football League has announced the team is relocating its 2014 home games from Huntley to Lake Barrington prior to this season's opening which is scheduled for this Saturday, June 28.

     
  • Heidi Eglund of Prospect Heights, winner of the garage makeover contest, in her “new” garage with, from left, son Austin, husband Paul and Jim Melchert of Garage Store in East Dundee.

    Prospect Heights family wins garage makeoverJun 22, 2014 12:00 AM
    Heidi Eglund of Prospect Heights is a self-proclaimed “neat freak.” Her home is always neat and tidy. But until recently, when it came to her family's garage, she threw up her hands. But no more now that the family has won a $5,000 makeover from Garage Store in East Dundee.

     
  • Almost $3 million in tax refunds for Elgin families through free tax prep program Jun 22, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Free Tax Prep Program, where lower income individuals and families can have their taxes prepared for free by certified volunteers, resulted in nearly $3 million in federal and state refunds for the 2014 tax season.

     
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    Survey will document economic impact of county fairsJun 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Agricultural county fairs have a long tradition in Illinois, but the impact goes far beyond delightful squeals from children on the Tilt-A-World and sticky fingers from cotton candy. In a cooperative effort, University of Illinois Extension and the Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs, fair-goers in 15 counties will be surveyed to assess the economic impact of Illinois' agricultural fairs.

     
  • John Marshall

    One-of-a-kind trunk show coming to Fine Line Jun 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    The public is invited to an outstanding Trunk Show, when American fiber artist John Marshall brings textiles bearing designs created with his katazome work and more to Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles, on Friday, July 25, from 5:30 – 8:30 pm.

     
  • Elgin resident advocates for human trafficking victimsJun 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Washington DC (June 10 2014) – Elgin resident, Colleen Anderson, returned home late Tuesday evening from Washington D.C. after meetings with the Illinois Congressional delegation.

     
  • Brian Basilico is the author of “It’s Not About You, It’s About Bacon; Relationship Marketing in a Social Media World,” which was recently named a dual winner in the 2014 Small Business Book Awards. Submitted Photo

    Aurora author’s first book wins awardsJun 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Brian Basilico, owner of B2b Interactive Marketing, pens book as an educational tool for owners of small- to mid-sized businesses.

     
  • June 1 marked the beginning of the next redevelopment stage of East Dundee business district. On that date, village board members began leasing the eastern half of the Doederlein Lumber Company. They plan to knock down that portion, extend Meier Street, and pave a parking lot.

    East Dundee plans restaurant row for downtownJun 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    Take all the photographs you can of North River Street in the next month or so, East Dundee residents, because by the end of summer it will not look the same.

     
  • Erika M. Morset

    3 years prison for East Dundee DUI hit-and-run that injured cyclistJun 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    A 34-year-old woman was sentenced to three years in prison and a subsequent four years of probation after admitting to driving drunk and injuring a cyclist in East Dundee in May 2013. Erika M. Morset, of Schaumburg, also left the scene of the crash, which caused severe head and neck injuries to the victim, 32.

     
  • “Face to Face,” one of the paintings by artist Nick Freeman, that is featured in the Norris Gallery show.

    Norris Gallery presents Artist Talk: Inside the StudioJun 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    Local artist Nick Freeman shares his painting materials and methods in conjunction with his one-man exhibit at the Norris Gallery in St. Charles

     
  • The Dundee Township Rotary Club awarded this year’s “Service Above Self” Award to Chris Nelson, second from right, village president of West Dundee. Also shown, from left, are Dundee Township Rotary Club president Erik Gullickson, Barbara Ferguson, last year’s Service Above Self recipient, and Curt McReynolds, the club’s Service Above Self committee chair.

    Dundee Rotary Club awards Chris Nelson Service Above Self AwardJun 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Dundee Township Rotary Club recognized Chris Nelson, village president of West Dundee, with the club's special "Service Above Self" Award at its meeting on June 10, held at Emmett's in West Dundee.

     
  • Kane County Bar Association hosts awards ceremonyJun 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Kane County Bar Association held its Annual Membership and Awards Ceremony on June 5

     
  • Fox Valley police reportsJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Jose A. Valdes, 18, of Carpentersville, was charged Tuesday with possession of a controlled substance and retail theft, according to court records. He is accused of taking merchandise, valued at less than $300, from Wal-Mart on the 600 block of Dundee Avenue in East Dundee. He also possessed less than 15 grams of a substance containing cocaine.

     
  • Participants in Voice of Care’s July 12 Mile for Mileage at Castaldo Park in Woodridge raise money to support ministry to people with disabilities. Kris Blackwell

    Voice of Care “Mile for Mileage” Pledge Walk is Inclusive Family FunJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Lace up your sneakers and head to Castaldo Park in Woodridge on Saturday, July 12… or don’t. Either way, people of all ages and abilities can participate in Voice of Care’s third annual Mile for Mileage.

     
  • The World Class Basketball 16U National Team are: Front row: Keyvon Kyles (Larkin), Matt Ulrich (Palatine), Ethan Mayfield (Burlington Central), Trell Mardis (Larkin) and Jovone Stricker (Palatine); Back row: Assistant coach John Ulrich Sr., assistant coach Bob Ramian Sr., Lavion Baldwin (Elgin), Robbie Jiminez (Bartlett), Nick Kubiak (Woodstock), Kenny Travis (Schaumburg), Bobby Ramian (Conant) and head coach John Ulrich Jr.

    World Class Basketball takes state campionshipJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    World Class Basketball's 16U National Team won the AAU Illinois State Tournament in Lake Zurich this spring

     
  • While East Dundee officials say they won't block medical marijuana enterprises from opening in the village, one trustee says just because medical marijuana is legal doesn't make it right.

    E. Dundee won't block medical pot businessesJun 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    When it comes to housing dispensaries and distribution centers for medical marijuana in East Dundee, a majority of the board won't stand in the way of letting that happen. Trustee Jeff Lynam is the only one expressing moral trepidation. “This is just another unraveling, fraying of the edges of the moral fabric of this country,” Lynam said of medical marijuana. “We need to sew it up and stop it.”

     
  • East Dundee appealed its dismissed lawsuit against Carpentersville and Wal-Mart to the Illinois Supreme Court this week. The retailer has announced plans to close its East Dundee store, above, and build a supercenter in neighboring Carpentersville.

    East Dundee appeals Wal-Mart case to state Supreme CourtJun 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    East Dundee didn’t waste time opening another legal salvo against Carpentersville to block Wal-Mart’s planned move to the neighboring village. Wednesday, East Dundee appealed its dismissed case against Carpentersville and the retailer to the Illinois Supreme Court.

     
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