COUNTRYSIDE – A soccer academy focused on child development has been proposed by the developer of the former Countryside Inn hotel site at 5631 N. La Grange Road.
Illinois lawmakers narrowly approved a bill Tuesday intended to fix the state's pension crisis by providing $160 billion in savings over the next 30 years
Representatives for Will County and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 1028 reached a tentative agreement early Wednesday morning on all outstanding issues in negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement, according to an email from a union spokesperson.
GLEN ELLYN – Glen Ellyn Park District and Glenbard Township High School District 87 are seeking to consolidate their many intergovernmental agreements (IGAs) to make their shared use of facilities clearer and more equitable.
HINSDALE – Illinois lawmakers narrowly approved a bill Tuesday intended to fix the state's pension crisis by providing $160 billion in savings over the next 30 years.
ELMHURST – The Elmhurst City Council examined at a side-by-side financial comparison of the final Hahn Street project proposals Monday, and one project appeared nearly twice as financially beneficial to the city.
The future of a controversial gas station proposed for the northeast corner of Butterfield Road and Route 53 now rests in the hands of the DuPage County Board.
CAROL STREAM – A Carol Stream Fire Protection District battalion chief who said he is facing termination for refusing to cover up negligence in the district will no longer receive pay.
WHEATON – A proposed housing development in the 100 block of East Farnham Lane has encountered a major roadblock after the Wheaton City Council unanimously voted to deny its subdivision request during a Dec. 2 meeting.
WHEATON – Wheaton residents looking to sip a mimosa with their scrambled eggs or stock up on beer before the big game may soon be in luck.
WHEATON – As the effective date for Illinois' medicinal marijuana bill draws near, the Wheaton City Council has passed an ordinance amendment limiting where in the city dispensaries for the drug can be located.
GLEN ELLYN – The village of Glen Ellyn will levy about $11.5 million in property taxes for Fiscal Year 2013 to support village and library services and debts.
WINFIELD – The Chicago area's fifth Ronald McDonald House will open Feb. 14, 2015, in Winfield, after the Village Board approved plans to build the house across the street from Central DuPage Hospital (CDH).
WINFIELD – With a split vote of 3 to 2 from its Village Board, Winfield will issue general obligation debt certificates to pay for more than $4 million of roadway work.
WEST CHICAGO – With the signing of an agreement between the city of West Chicago and the Wayne and Helen Fox Community Center, the historic Joel Wiant House will be saved.