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1 hr ago | The Beacon-News
East Aurora School District's next superintendent will "probably not" speak both Spanish and English, the district's school board president said Thursday.
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5 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Batavia should consider encouraging the development of live-and-work spaces in its downtown to appeal to young professionals, and to build on its efforts to develop a downtown arts community.
6 hrs ago | The Beacon-News
6 hrs ago | The Beacon-News
In a few minutes Daniel Olvera would be seeing his son for the first time since the child's third birthday last July.
8 hrs ago | The Beacon-News
Cases against five people charged with scamming more than $100,000 from an Aurora bank have been dropped, following the arrest of the cases' lead investigator, who has been charged with theft himself.
9 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
There are incidents reported by the Naperville Police Department. Where charges have been filed, the report includes when and where the suspect was stopped or taken into custody and the nature of the charges.
13 hrs ago | Daily Herald
18 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Aurora Police spokesman Dan Ferrelli said police responded to Randall Road, just south of Sullivan Road for a crash at 4:15 a.m. He said the preliminary investigation indicates the woman was walking northbound on Randall when she was hit by a northbound 2003 Ford Taurus being driven by a 65-year-old woman from Aurora.
West Aurora School District 129 is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the school board after the resignation of board member Angela Smith.
WARRENVILLE, IL, March 15th, 2014 - Vertical Endeavors is hosting their 13th annual No Holds Barred rock climbing competition which brings in more than 100 climbers from all over the Midwest.
Vintage Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin T-shirts that have spent the last 35 years in Charlie Zine's attic will be on display in Aurora Friday.
Seize the Future and the city are seeking proposals for the redevelopment of the former Elks Lodge property in downtown Aurora.
Aurora's Dominican Literacy Center invites area walkers to an International Women's Day walk in North Aurora on Saturday, March 8. Sister Kathleen Ryan, the center director, said admission is free to the walk at North Aurora's Island Park, off State Street.
Angelo Pesce spent years avoiding the 10-year prison sentence a DuPage County judge imposed on him for bilking an Aurora woman out of more than $93,000.
A former Chicago man sentenced in absentia for bilking a female acquaintance out of $93,000 has been arrested after years on the lam and will begin serving his 10-year prison term.
Under the special resolution, establishments with Class A, B, E and F licenses would be allowed to stay open one hour later on St. Patrick's Day, March 17. The Irish holiday falls on a Monday this year.
These are incidents reported by the Naperville Police Department. Where charges have been filed, the report includes when and where the suspect was stopped or taken into custody and the nature of the charges.