Extreme Heat; Suit Filed Against Groupon, other stories featured in St. Charles Patch Week in Review
Following are top stories and news highlights for July 16-22.
Suit Claims Groupon Expirations Violate Illinois Law; Class-Action Status Sought—A spokeswoman for the daily-deal website declined to comment on the litigation.
Jury Indicts Wisconsin Man for 2010 Robbery of 7-Eleven—The man accused of robbing the West Main Street store was found hiding in Plainfield.
Heat Advisory to Continue Through Wednesday; County Health Department Posts List of Cooling Centers—Temperatures and the heat index could reach 100 degrees during this heat wave.
Kane County Fair and Festival Set to Open Wednesday at Fairgrounds in St. Charles—The 143rd annual event will include 4-H competitions, live bands, rodeos and a demolition derby.
Coroner, Deputies Fight Lawsuit Claiming They Tried to 'Compel' Whistleblower to Resign—Chief Deputy Loren Carrera's civil lawsuit claims retaliation included the coroner urinating on her office chair; hearing on criminal misconduct charges set for Aug. 22.