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Sycamore Park District leaders didn't expect to get 65 suggestions for a name for Sycamore's new park. Originally, the Citizens Advisory Committee members were expecting to narrow the entries to name the 5-acre park in the Sycamore Creek subdivision
Links The festive evening kicked off with madrigal singers providing joyful holiday carols on the stairs and second floor landing at the Egyptian Theatre. While awaiting Santa's arrival, visitors also enjoyed cookies and hot cocoa. The event was
The former Northern Illinois University student accused of shooting another student in the leg on campus in 2010 accepted a plea agreement Thursday after his first conviction was overturned. Zachary Isaacman, 25, was charged with aggravated battery
Regional Transportation Authority officials are asking Sycamore and United Airlines to stop a sales-tax agreement embroiled in litigation after the Illinois Supreme Court ruled on a similar situation last month. We're not seeking to bankrupt any
The Rockets closed the season's first month on a competitive note by holding off host Sycamore's comeback for a 54-51 victory in the third-place game of the Leland G...Story Continues Below Central (3-1) took advantage of the absence of Sycamore (2-2)
15 p.m.CST Updated:Friday, November 29, 2013 2:32 p.m.CST The 2013 growing and harvest seasons are nearing completion. As of Nov. 24, the National Agricultural Statistics Service reported the Illinois corn harvest has reached 98 percent completion.
Sycamore resident Nico Juarez stood in the Best Buy checkout line Thursday with a 32-inch LED TV in hand and shouted, Happy Thanksgiving! Black Friday, the annual shopping holiday, seems to have moved up a day on the calendar. Dozens of shoppers
Sycamore City Council members will hold a public hearing Monday on several options for changing the city's property tax levy. Council members are deciding between five options for setting the amount the city will seek to collect in property taxes.
The family of an 11-year-old Sycamore boy who died in a February crash is seeking damages from the drunken driver who hit the car the boy was riding in. Relatives of Matthew Ranken filed the lawsuit in Kane County this month, seeking unspecified
They tried to dig their way out of it in the second half but came up short, falling 45-37 to Sycamore at the Central Thanksgiving Tournament in Burlington. Story Continues Below Larkin trailed 29-13 at the break before outscoring the Spartans 24-16