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If you don’t think 16 is good enough, don’t worry, because one Illinois high school ranked No. 3 overall in the country!
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Bears Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long promised to support a local boy who has been the victim of bullying. This past weekend, he hung out with Andrew Oyston and posted photos from the day on his Tw
The Batavia Public School District is cooperating with the Batavia Police Department to investigate "inappropriate nude images" taken by middle school students and disseminated via social me
In Illinois only 65 high schools of the 682 public high schools and 146 non-public high schools in the state were named to the Washington Post’s list.
Columnist Christine Wolf wonders if leggings and yoga pants are where administrators' attention should be focused.
Schools in Geneva and St. Charles are closed, as well.
Wind chills are expected to get as low as 45 below zero Monday, according to the National Weather Service Chicago.
The National Weather Service Chicago has a Windchill Advisory in place until noon Thursday. It announced that the Windchill Advisory will be in place again, starting at 6 p.m. Thursday and c
Many answer NO in all-capital letters and a few exclamation points. Others say it's the safe thing to do.
Northern Illinois Jobs with Justice presents a free forum Thursday at the Batavia Public Library.
Waubonsee Community College will offer new degree and certificate programs designed to help students prepare for the demands of modern manufacturing.
A public discussion of charter schools will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, at the Batavia Public Library, 10 S. Batavia Ave.
The building is evacuated, but everyone is OK.
A Lower the Levy advocate says former School District 101 Superintendent Jack Barshinger insulted tax protesters and the public in an email to School Board members supporting a 13 percent ta
The signs are required by the Firearm Concealed Carry Act.
For the second day in a row, Batavia public schools are closed due to extreme cold. Some sports practices will be held at the high school.
Some basketball, wresting and gymnastics teams will practice despite the cold on Monday.