GENOA – On Nov. 23, community members can roll up a sleeve and donate blood to honor Beau Norris, a 1-year-old who relies on the generosity of blood donors to sustain his life.
GENOA – The Genoa Kingston Broncos Lightweight football team took first place in the 9U Orange division of the fourth annual Midwest Gridiron Classic football tournament.
Law enforcement, elderly care facilities and community service organizations will cooperate to come up with senior citizen programs that are responsive within the community, said Dave Miller, Family Service Agency representative.
Planning is underway to replace the Keslinger Road bridge that collapsed in August 2008, thanks to a recent $900,000 settlement with Enbridge Energy.
The Filipino-American Association of Northern Illinois University is holding a fundraiser to assist with the American Red Cross’s disaster-relief efforts in response to Typhoon Haiyan.
SYCAMORE — Even before the extent of the tornado devastation in Washington, Ill. was fully realized, Sycamore’s Lee Newtson was on his way to help in any way he can.
Black Friday comes early for local shoppers, as NB&T sponsors the Sycamore Chamber of Commerce’s third annual Moonlight Madness on Friday, Nov. 22, and the DeKalb chamber’s annual Hollydays, Nov. 22-24.
DeKALB – The DeKalb County Salvation Army is preparing for its annual “Let’s Talk Turkey” event on Friday, Nov. 22.
Tammie Cross finally decided to try it.
A DeKalb High School alumnus was recently named Northern Illinois University’s 2013 Student Lincoln Laureate, an award given annually to one senior at each four-year university in Illinois for excellence both inside and outside of the classroom. Sarah Stuebing is studying biology, with minors in Spanish and chemistry.
SYCAMORE – The students of Sycamore Middle School were part of a worldwide event to break a world record last Thursday.