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Dawn Patrol: Route 59 construction starts; Elgin man held on $900K bond

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  • It's likely to be a hurry-up-and-wait kind of commute for the next two years on a 3.5-mile segment of Route 59 in Naperville and Aurora

       It's likely to be a hurry-up-and-wait kind of commute for the next two years on a 3.5-mile segment of Route 59 in Naperville and Aurora


Long-awaited Route 59 construction begins today in Naperville

It's likely to be a hurry-up-and-wait kind of commute for the next two years on a 3.5-mile segment of Route 59 in Naperville and Aurora, but officials say they're glad the long-awaited expansion project finally is under way. Find out where the road is closed and alternate ways to get to work this morning. Full story.

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Nearly $1 million bond for Elgin man

An Elgin man is being held on $900,000 bond for his role in a four-vehicle crash that left one person in critical condition last month, officials said. Noe Aguilera, 22, was charged with felony aggravated reckless driving when he appeared in Cook County bond court yesterday, according to jail records. Full story.

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