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Government, Police & Fire, Summer
Some residents on Timbers Trail have been finding stinky deposits on their patios. While one thought it might be a person, St. Charles police believe it’s an animal. Here’s some tips on dealing with wildlife issues at home.
Government, Schools, Summer
District 303 Board of Education to consider $309,093 package of improvements later this month.
St. Charles grocer opens its seasonal barbecue patio, server up first brat, today.
St. Charles Rotary and School District 303 tout “Ducky Derby” to benefit students
The city of St. Charles plans to plant 700 new trees this year as another 1,000 trees are felled to combat the invasive beetle from Asia.
Business, Sports, Summer
The Royal Golf Group, owner of The Royal Fox, and The Royal Hawk clubs in St. Charles hires Sequoia Golf Group to manage all four of its Chicago-area country clubs.
Annual downtown festival is June 7 to June 9 in St. Charles.
Business, Local Connections, Summer
Largest show to date is planned with more than 114 artists; the Purchase Award Patron Program prompted as helping artists.
Local Connections, Summer
Street closure and sound amplification permits, and temporary liquor licenses have received approval or are awaiting final approval for St. Charles spring and summer events.
LivingWell Cancer Resource Center to be recipient of barbecue cook-off proceeds this year.
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