American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northern Illinois south-southeast of Rockford. It is a manufacturing center in a farming region. Northern Illinois University is located here. Population: 42,600.
“DeKALB - While the recession has led to unprecedented levels of unemployment, one engineering firm in DeKalb is trying to repurpose laid-off workers into entrepreneurs.”
“DeKALB - Police are looking for a group of men who stabbed a man early Friday morning in DeKalb.”
“DeKALB - A Dollar General store will soon be occupying a portion of the former Sullivan's Foods building on South Fourth Street in DeKalb.”
“DeKALB - Wind gusts of almost 60 miles per hour were recorded this afternoon just outside of DeKalb as a powerful thunderstorm blew through the area.”
“DeKALB - A 15-year-old DeKalb boy is being charged as an adult in connection with a Sunday night shooting in DeKalb.”
“DeKALB - A February meeting between officials from Northern Illinois University and the cities of DeKalb and Sycamore was productive, according to the people who were at the meeting.”
“DeKALB - Each month, parents of students at Jefferson Elementary School in DeKalb are invited to have lunch with their children at the school.”
“DeKALB - DeKalb Schools Superintendent Jim Briscoe said a hydrogen sulfide monitoring unit will be installed today at Cortland Elementary.”
“DeKALB - Thunderstorms that moved through the DeKalb area Wednesday morning dropped another half inch of rain on DeKalb, in addition to Tuesday morning's rainfall.”
“DeKALB - Saturday's 32-30 loss to Sterling couldn't have been more heartbreaking for the DeKalb girls basketball team.”
‘DeKalb’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for DeKalb.