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Thursday, March 13th Stories
A Glen Ellyn letter to the editor: In the Bible, although not popular and rarely quoted in public today, Jesus said, “By their fruits you will know them.” That's why I am supporting Peter Breen.
New amenities coming to Hawk Hollow Forest Preserve near Hanover Park
A long-awaited pedestrian bridge and trail over County Farm Road near Hanover Park is expected to open in 2017.
Roselle not giving up on fireworks
Despite missing a key deadline, Roselle officials aren't yet willing to pull the plug on a proposed July fireworks show.
Contribute to Roselle's Veterans Memorial
The corner of Irving Park Road and Park Street in Roselle will soon feature two bronze statues and seven flagpoles.
Four competing for scholarships in Rose Queen pageant
Angelina Rose, Roselle's 2013 Rose Queen, represented the village at many events during the past year, including riding in the Rose Parade.
Superintendents seek to 'slow down the train' on new high-school test
Stanley Godia, 17, goes over his ACT practice test during an after-school course in preparation for the ACT at Urbana High School on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014.
South Barrington names new police chief
Thomas Roman has been named the new South Barrington police chief, according to a statement released by the village Thursday afternoon.
Chefs count on Chicago Northwest Restaurant Week deals to fill the house
Selections from the immense salad bar at the Texas de Brazil at Woodfield Mall are included on the restaurant's specially priced Restaurant Week menu.