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Following a complaint from fair housing groups, the federal agency that governs the Aurora Housing Authority has found the AHA's decision to pursue another housing plan instead of rebuilding at Jericho Circle violates the Fair Housing Act.
Jurors needed only two hours on Wednesday to convict an 85-year-old Aurora man of sexually assaulting a young female relative.
National Charity League president Shauna James first experienced the organization in ninth grade when her mother told her they would be joining.
Road construction crews involved in the overhaul of Route 59 on Naperville's northwestern edge appear to be taking their cue from postal carriers.
Now playing thru the 22nd at the Copley Theatre in Aurora is The Second City's Nut-Cracking Holiday Revue .
Twenty years ago, you had maybe three or four places to get a wide selection of craft beers - even fewer if you wanted a spot that served up locally brewed ones.
It was a busy Sunday for performing arts in the region. At Aurora University Lisa Fredenburgh, Director of Choral and Vocal Activities and Chair, Music Department, directed the university chorale and chamber choir, plus three audience carols, during the school's annual Christmas concert.
Function and art all came together recently in Aurora at If These Walls Could Talk, a newly-opened framing shop and art gallery that offered a special raffle to help raise money for a local food pantry.
The Indian American Community Outreach Advisory Board will act as a bridge between the city's Indian American community and the city, said Dan Barriero, city chief of community services.
Paul J. Santucci, who is also a member of the Naperville Township Republican Organization's executive board, is free on $100 bond and scheduled to appear Dec. 17 in McLean County Circuit Court.
Pam Bellm thought she was going into a business deal when she contacted the Sheridan Correctional Center about having inmates make some of the decorations for the Rotary Club of Aurora's annual Festival of Lights display in Phillips Park.
The defendant's chair sat empty, but emotional testimony from Enrique Ruiz's alleged victim filled the courtroom on Monday as Ruiz's trial on sex assault charges began without him.
"I had feelings of joy but at the same time sadness for the time missed," a tearful Martinez Rios said.
I took this photograph during an unusually mild mid December morning back in 2006.
Students exit a school bus Monday morning after it came to rest in a ditch along Butterfield Road near Route 59 in Warrenville.
Police and fire departments reported many minor snow-related car crashes Sunday as a result of the afternoon's snowfall but no major incidents as of early evening.