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The March 18 primary election features two Republican candidates in the 42nd District in the Illinois House of Representatives, with incumbent Jeanne Ives running for re-election against challenger Adam Johnson.
Bruce Rauner , a Republican governor candidate, asserts he would consider taxing retirement income as part of his plan to overhaul the Illinois' tax system if he should be elected governor of Illinois this year, according to a Chicago Tribune report on Thursday.
I read that our Wheaton Chamber of Commerce is working with the owner of the old Wheaton Grand movie theater on a rehab project to the tune of $5 million and that our Wheaton Warrenville School District 200 has approved borrowing $9.5 million to fix school buildings.
On Wednesday, the District 200 board of education appointed Christine Frederick as principal of Pleasant Hill Elementary School in Winfield and Jeff Mitchem as principal at Lincoln Elementary School in Wheaton.
The following information comes from the Downtown Wheaton press release on the Good Taste Restaurant Week .
The Wheaton Warrenville District 200 board agreed Wednesday to move forward with $7.2 million worth of facility improvements that are scheduled to be completed this summer.
Paula Peterson and Michael Mann of AM 560 The Answer chat during the Daily Herald Business Ledger AABE awards in Addison.
The District 11 primary for the Will County Board features three Republicans running for two spots on the GOP ballot this fall.
The Wheaton Police Department will increase enforcement efforts of Illinois' safety seat belt laws as part of the statewide "Click It or Ticket" mobilization from March 13 through March 17. The City of Wheaton received a grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation, Division of Traffic Safety to fund this enforcement effort.
Prospect Heights is in talks to bring a French Market - a more eclectic version of a traditional farmers market - to its Metra Station parking lot this year.
Two local residents were arrested in recent weeks on felony delivery of a controlled substance charges.
Wheaton Warrenville South High School's 96-member speech team placed in seven of the total 15 events to earn 32 points and win the state championship.