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  • Winners of Berkley-Pendell piano competition announcedMay 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Winners of Berkley-Pendall Scholarship Piano Competition announced

     
  • Huskie coaches hitting the road for summer circuitMay 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Huskie Summer Circuit will debut in Chicago Monday, June 2, when the NIU bus heads to Joe's on Weed St., 940 W. Weed St. The Huskie pack will travel Tuesday, June 3, to Franchesco's Ristorante, 7182 Spring Creek Road in Rockford, and then will head Wednesday, June 4, to The Foundry, 85 Executive Drive in Aurora. Each event will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

     
  • Tri-Cities police reportsMay 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    A flower pot and plant were stolen between 11 a.m. May 19 and noon Friday from outside of the Cocoa Bean bakery, 11 S. Seventh St., Geneva. The owners told police it is the fifth consecutive year one of their flowerpots was stolen, according to the police report.

     
  • Kevin Driscoll of Chicago, right, and Joe Pietro of Sugar Grove carry their two-man kayak to the water at Mount St. Mary Park at last year’s Mid-American Canoe and Kayak Race.

    Bring your own boat to canoe and kayak raceMay 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    You can still sign up for the 53rd annual Mid-American Canoe and Kayak Race, which takes place Sunday, June 1, from either St. Charles for the 10-mile course or from Batavia for 6 miles.

     
  • Cougars keep rollingMay 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    Kane County Cougars The Kane County Cougars kicked off a six-game road trip with a 7-1 victory over the Clinton LumberKings on Wednesday at Ashford University Field. The Cougars (36-17) scored twice in the first inning, as Daniel Lockhart and Ben Carhart connected on back-to-back doubles and Jacob Rogers delivered an RBI single. ars coverage:

     
  • Ozzie’s Home Run, Walk 5K steps off on SaturdayMay 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Kane County Cougars organization will host Ozzie’s Home Run and Walk 5K at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 31, at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark, 34W002 Cherry Lane, Geneva. Registration is now open for the event.

     
  • During Memorial Day weekend, Boy Scout Troop 13 honored veterans with the annual ceremonies and parade in St. Charles.

    Boy Scout Troop 13 remembers, honors and celebratesMay 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    St. Charles Bethlehem Lutheran Church’s Troop 13 spent the Memorial Day weekend remembering, honoring, and celebrating those who have served our country and honoring one of their own.

     
  • The Glenn Miller Orchestra will make its only public appearance in Illinois this summer on June 11 at The Holmstad in Batavia.

    Glenn Miller Orchestra to perform at The HolmstadMay 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    Making its only public appearance in Illinois this summer, the world renowned Glenn Miller Orchestra will take the stage at The Holmstad, a faith-based, nonprofit, continuing care retirement community operated by Covenant Retirement Communities, on June 11.

     
  • Martin, Cougars slam ChiefsMay 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    Trey Martin’s first homer of the season — a grand slam in the seventh inning — lifted the Kane County Cougars to a 5-4 victory and a series sweep of the Peoria Chiefs in Midwest League action Tuesday afternoon at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark in Geneva.

     
  • Ely Greenfield of Elgin took home grand champion food demonstration honors with a how-to speech on baking biscuits. He mixed the batter and cooked the treats right in front of the audience. He said it was his grandmother’s special recipe.

    4-H students excel in Public Presentation projectMay 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    On May 9 at the University of Illinois Extension office in St. Charles, Kane County 4-H members presented speeches and demonstrations on a variety of topics, ranging from alternative energy sources to missionary trips to baking biscuits.

     
  • Courtesy of Bike MedicThe Bike Medic on West Mallory Dr. in Geneva.

    Geneva’s Bike Medic of Geneva rolls into its 20th yearMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    Mike Palombi, owner of The Bike Medic based in Geneva, provides bicycle repair and maintenance by appointment. He brings the bike shop to the door of his customers.

     
  • ‘Clean coal’ deal was a bad dealMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    A Geneva letter to the editor: Wake up call for Geneva and Batavia: We are among many cities that have been bamboozled by Peabody Energy that sold us on “clean coal” energy. We are not only partial owners to a growing mountain of coal waste on a 740 acres in southern Illinois, we are liable for their cost overruns, which to date exceeds $2 million for Geneva alone.

     
  • Assistant Manager Myriah Rogers straightens shoes at Clothes Mentor at 79 S. Randall Road in Batavia. The franchise store is an upscale used clothing resale shop. It buys gently used clothing, shoes and jewelry for cash. Another location in Algonquin will open at the end of June.

    Clothes Mentor opens in Algonquin and BataviaMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    There is a new business along the Randall Road corridor where women can sell clothes they no longer wear, no longer fit into, or just never liked. And then other women, who find those clothes to be perfect for them, can snatch them up at resale prices.

     
  • Ten-year-old Connor Crawford of Streamwood stands on a chair to read the Gettysburg Address at Elgin’s Memorial Day event at Bluff City Cemetery Monday.

    Memorial Day memories young and old in Fox ValleyMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    From a 10-year who stood on a chair to deliver the Gettysburg address to a 94-year-old World War II flight nurse, residents across the Fox Valley marked Memorial Day in a variety of ways. Connor Crawford of Streamwood needed a boost to reach the microphone at the Elgin service at Bluff City Cemetery, an Elgin tradition since 1868.

     
  • Cadet Basic of the Civil Air Patrol of Lake in the Hills Jacob Skrzypinski, 13, of West Dundee holds up the center of the giant flag at the Arlington Heights Memorial Day parade and ceremony on Monday.

    Images: Memorial Day in the suburbsMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    Memorial Day observances were held throughout our suburbs on Monday.

     
  • Fourth grader Maddie Rupert asks a question during a video chat with marine biologist Keith Fischer Monday in the learning center at Butterfield School in Libertyville. The students are studying ecosystems and talked with Fischer, who works with the Fish and Wildlife Institute in St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Images: The Week in PicturesMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    This edtition of The Week in Pictures features the first lightning photos of the season, preparations for public swimming pool openings, and a protest at McDonald's headquarters.

     
  • Cougars’ Hankins hits walk-off homerMay 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    Jordan Hankins saw just one pitch Monday — and he sent it sailing over the wall in right-center field for a walk-off homer as the Kane County Cougars beat the Peoria Chiefs 5-4 in 11 innings at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark in Geneva. The first-place Cougars (34-17) guaranteed a series victory over the Chiefs (27-23) and will go for the sweep in a Tuesday matinee at 11 a.m. that will complete a six-game homestand.

     
  • Theme nights are part of the fun at Kane County Cougars games in Geneva.

    Professional sports teams kick up fun factor in suburbsMay 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    It's not all big-money, big-city baseball when it comes to summer sports. Locally, you can take the family to minor-league games, professional women's sports and more — all offering hours of activities that go beyond what's happening on the scoreboard. A giant squirt gun fight, concerts, tailgate parties and the chance to run the bases are just some of the fun that local sports teams are offering this summer.

     
  • Retiring H.C. Storm Elementary School teacher Kathy Hubbard in her lounge chair, “Big Red,” during the holiday season.

    Mrs. Hubbard, ‘Big Red’ ready for next chapterMay 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    Teacher Kathy Hubbard is saying goodbye after 34 years at H.C. Storm Elementary School in Batavia. As part of her farewell, she sold many of her classroom items, including "Big Red," a lounge chair scooped up by the parents of one of her students. The money she earned will be donated to LivingWell Cancer Resource Center in Geneva.

     
  • Runners head south along Douglas Avenue at the start of the 10-mile race during the 37th annual Elgin Valley Fox Trot, which stepped off from downtown Elgin Saturday morning. Organizers said 600 people ran the 10-mile race.

    Fox Trot in Elgin marks unofficial start of summerMay 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    The sound of the gun that preceded the Elgin Valley Fox Trot was more than just a signal to run or walk. It also served as an usher for the unofficial start of summer in Elgin. The 37th annual event attracted 2,224 runners and walkers willing to test their physical limits with 10-mile and 5K runs, or to take a 2-mile stroll for charity.

     
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