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UPDATED Batavia Week in Review: Cars Crash, Bulldogs Win, Peanut Butter Recalled

Here's a recap of stories in Batavia from Sept. 24-30.

Editor's note: This story was updated Sunday afternoon to include the full recap of stories.

Here are the top stories in Batavia this week. Click on the headline to learn more and see photos.

—A 16-year-old from unincorporated St. Charles received two citations Monday after a three-car crash that day near South Elgin, police said. He and two other drivers were all sent to different hospitals with injuries following the crash.

Peanut Butter Recall Update: Illinois Case Reported With Salmonella Strain—The strain of salmonella believed to be linked to a Trader Joe's product was identified in an Illinois case, officials announced Monday.

—The family behind Aliano's Ristorante in Batavia thanked their supporters this past weekend and tried to reassure skeptics after being cleared in a Health Department investigation.

Update: Kirk and Fabyan Reopened After 2-Car Crash Thursday—Kirk Road and Fabyan Parkway was cleared after a Thursday morning crash. At least one injury was reported as traffic grinded to a halt during the morning commute. Batavia Police assisted with traffic control.

FINAL: Batavia Football Runs Over Larkin 48-0—The Bulldogs had no trouble holding the Royals at bay for their second shutout of the season at Batavia High School.

Kane County Sheriff Seeks Citizen of the Year Award Nominees—You have until Oct. 15 to nominate someone. The award will be presented in November.

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