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School bus rolls over in Lindenhurst; no injuries reported

A Lake Villa District 41 school bus rolled over Wednesday afternoon in Lindenhurst, but none of its four occupants were injured, police say. The crash happened just after 3:30 p.m. on Grand Avenue just west of Munn Road near the Lindenhurst and Lake Villa border, Lindenhurst Commander Tony Fikejs said. Full News here – DailyHerald.com […]

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Race for Chicago mayor splitting Democrats apart over economic issues

Race for Chicago mayor splitting Democrats apart over economic issues CHICAGO — The crowd at the Irish American Heritage Center was subdued, some quietly sipping beers. The moderator reminded mayoral hopeful Jesus “Chuy” Garcia that the incumbent, Rahm Emanuel, had a much bigger campaign war chest. “And more … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Itasca suing engineers over problems at wastewater treatment plant

Itasca officials say they’ve lost patience with engineers who designed their”$ 39.5 million wastewater treatment plant that, after three years, still is not as efficient or environmentally friendly as promised. The village on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Chicago-based and its affiliate for breach of contract. The lawsuit, filed in DuPage County, seeks $ 4 […]

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Elgin cop’s wife threatens to sue over not making hiring list

An Elgin police sergeant’s wife who didn’t make the police hiring list is threatening legal action if the board of fire and police commissioners doesn’t grant her another interview. “It hasn’t been handled professionally from the beginning,” Jane Santiago said. “I couldn’t get information about anything, and I figured I didn’t really have any choices.” […]

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Itasca suing engineers over problems at wastewater treatment plant

Itasca officials say they’ve lost patience with engineers who designed their”$ 39.5 million wastewater treatment plant that, after three years, still is not as efficient or environmentally friendly as promised. The village on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Chicago-based and its affiliate for breach of contract. The lawsuit, filed in DuPage County, seeks $ 4 […]

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Disputes over land common for presidential libraries

Disputes over land common for presidential libraries Like SMU, the University of Chicago is landlocked and for more than a decade has quietly been buying property in the Washington Park neighborhood. While the university has offered a 6-acre parcel across the street from the park — the largest lot it … Full News here – […]

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Palatine, state at odds over medical marijuana dispensary

The state this week granted a downstate company a license to operate a medical marijuana dispensary in Palatine, almost two months after village leaders rejected the proposal. The conflict raises questions about what happens when the state and a municipality disagree on the suitability of a medical marijuana business. Full News here – DailyHerald.com > […]

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Schock's spokesman resigns over questionable Facebook posts

Schock's spokesman resigns over questionable Facebook posts Aaron Schock, shown in September at the Art Institute in Chicago, said his senior adviser Benjamin Cole offered his resignation after offensive Facebook posts came to light. U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, shown in September at the Art Institute in Chicago … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Dispute over pot sale leads to robbery charge

A Streamwood man was ordered held on $ 60,000 bail Monday on robbery charges stemming from a dispute over a marijuana sale. Prosecutors say Kemill Long, 23, took a cellphone from a woman after she failed to pay him the entire $ 30 he felt he was owed. Full News here – DailyHerald.com > Local […]

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Over 300 building violations found at DuPage fairgrounds

DuPage County Fair organizers are vowing the annual event will continue without interruption despite the discovery of more than 300 building code violations inside multiple structures at the DuPage County fairgrounds. Wheaton City Manager Don Rose said many of the violations at the site were “very minor” while others were “more substantial.” Full News here […]

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Buffalo Grove youth football group sanctioned over age violation

A suburban youth football organization was placed on a two-year probation this week by its governing body, after five players on a 6- to 8-year-old team were found to be older than their paperwork stated. The entire roster of teams in the Buffalo Grove Bills Youth Football organization were sanctioned Tuesday by their parent league, […]

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St. Charles country club sued over boy’s drowning

The family of a 4-year-old boy who drowned last summer at a St. Charles country club are suing the club, saying it didn’t have enough lifeguards on duty, lacked required first-aid equipment and didn’t train or supervise lifeguards properly. Full News here – DailyHerald.com > Local News

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Woman sues over accident on bike path that left her paralyzed

Woman sues over accident on bike path that left her paralyzed Jennifer Kraft filed the suit Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court against the city of Chicago, the Chicago Park District and A&L Inc., the company that built what she calls the “carelessly designed” stretch of the bike trail at 37th Street. “The path … […]

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Elgin sued over planned medical marijuana site

A group of Elgin business owners has sued the city over its approval of a medical marijuana dispensary in the Fox Bluff Corporate Center. “We strongly feel that they city both ignored, and then attempted to change, its rules to try to fit this in, and completely ignored the fact that the surrounding businesses had […]

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Consumer advocates gear up for fight over landline phones

Citizens Utility Board executive director David Kolata said he’s worried telecom companies will try to do away with the “obligation to serve” mandate that requires them to offer home phone service throughout Illinois. Full News here – Chicago Sun-Times

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