Ticket sales for the follow-up to the wildly successful Harry Potter Festival are available at the early-bird price of $10 until May 5.
On Sunday, April 28 at 1pm, Garfield Farm Museum will host an afternoon session on raising a small flock of backyard chickens.
Celebrate the Earth! Join us in St. Charles for activities for all ages, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Batavia Chamber of Commerce celebrated the Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Sierra Trading Post on Saturday, March 17.
The City of Geneva's monthly brush pickup program begins in April. The map was redrawn to distribute the workload more evenly for the City's brush collection contractor.
The City of Batavia provides residents with an opportunity to purchase a parkway tree, as part of its commitment to reforestation in Batavia.
Curbside residential brush pickup resumes in May for residents that pay the monthly leaf/brush fee on their utility bill.
If you are going to do home improvement projects yourself, be sure to take the following precautions and know when to call an expert.
By properly maintaining your property you will receive a multitude of benefits. These include: High property values, reduced crime and vandalism, renewed pride of ownership, and example setting for the neighborhood.
Located at the intersection of Peck Road and Bricher Road in Geneva, the Community Garden is open between April and October from dawn until dusk.