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Two fired administrators sue College of DuPageTwo fired College of DuPage administrators filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday claiming they were wrongfully terminated as payback for opposing the school board chairwoman’s political agenda. COD officials vigorously deny the claim.Last Updated Dec 1, 2015 2:37 PM
How you can help DuPage charities on #GivingTuesdayUpdated Dec 1, 2015 6:21 AM
Throughout the year, nonprofit organizations are working to make life better for DuPage residents. #GivingTuesday urges us to donate to their causes.
Lauzen, Shepro to vie for Kane chairman; Bianchi challengedUpdated Nov 30, 2015 8:46 PM
Foes Lauzen, Shepro will square off in GOP primary race for Kane County Board chairman. McHenry County State's Attorney Bianchi draws a challenge. Four candidates square off in local state rep race.
Where DuPage primary races are shaping upUpdated Nov 30, 2015 8:36 PM
There will be only a handful of hotly contested spring primary races in DuPage and Will counties, but most candidates will have clear sailing to next November’s general election. Here’s a quick look at where primary races are taking shape:
Who’s in, who’s out in congressional primariesUpdated Nov 30, 2015 7:03 PM
Two years after Republican contests at the top of the ballot dominated primaries, suburban Democrats are going to have big choices to make in March about who will face off in November for some of the area’s key congressional races.
Bail set for West Chicago man charged with killing cousinUpdated Nov 29, 2015 3:51 PM
A DuPage County judge set bail at $2 million this morning for a 19-year-old man accused in the fatal shooting of his cousin near West Chicago earlier this month.
A ‘great start’ for Glenbard EastUpdated Nov 25, 2015 9:17 PM
Glenbard East started its girls gymnastics season by nearly hitting its goal of 130 points. The Rams took third at the Hinsdale South Hornet Invite.
Neuqua Valley can’t stop Hinsdale C.Updated Nov 25, 2015 8:34 PM
Neuqua Valley’s patented in-your-face defense has yet to find its groove, and as a result, the Wildcats have yet to find the win column.
Former COD Foundation employee alleges gender discriminationUpdated Nov 25, 2015 4:14 PM
A former College of DuPage Foundation employee alleges in a federal lawsuit that he was discriminated against by his female supervisors for being the only male employee in his department.
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- Popular safari guide, photographer and lecturer Richard Field will tell about "Life on Safari: An Introduction to Authentic Africa" in a lecture/slide show Wednesday, April 9, at the Oak Brook Park District Rec Center, 1450 Forest Gate Road, Oak Brook. This 7 to 9 p.m. event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 630-303-4787. Rebecca Field
- The Village of Lombard celebrates Arbor Day with the planting of an Ivory Silk Japanese Lilac tree in honor of the late Village President William J. Mueller. Attending the ceremony was the Mueller Family and St. Pius X students and their families. Village of Lombard
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- President/CEO Brook McDonald, of The Conservation Foundation, was named a Paul Harris Fellow at a recent Rotary Club of Naperville luncheon. Also pictured are Foundation Chair Julie Carlsen, Rotary Club of Naperville (left) and Rotary District 6450 Governor Nicki Scott (right). The prestigious award is named after Rotary International’s founder Paul Harris and recognizes those for their community contributions. Rotary Club of Naperville
Fluid Running is making its way from Oak Brook Park District to Juneau, Alaska
Linda Kruger (right) of Juneau, Alaska is working on her Fluid Running certification with Founder Jennifer Conroyd (left) at the Oak Brook Park District's Family Aquatic Center, 1450 Forest Gate Road. Linda will be among the first certified Fluid Running instructors in the United States. Thank you Linda for helping The Oak Brook Park District and Fluid Running spread the benefits of this wonderful fitness and wellness opportunity across the country! Jessica Cannaday
- More than 20 dance groups, including 13 different ethnic dance groups, will participate in this year’s third annual 2014 World Dance Day. The event is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, April 27, at the Auditorium at Northeastern Illinois University, 5500 N. St. Louis Ave., Chicago. Tickets for 2014 World Dance Day are $20 for adults and $10 for seniors, children and students with identification and are available at the door or by calling 773-463-1619. Chicago Music and Dance International
NEDSRA Talent Show! March 21-22
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NEDSRA Theater Show! March 21-22
NEDSRA Actors & Actresses Bruce Flowers
- Oak Brook Women's Club 4-29-14 Fundraiser, Fashion Show and Luncheon. Jeff Award winning singer Angela Ingersoll will entertain us during our fashion show. unknown
- Hinsdale’s Mark Joy returns a shot from Highland Park's David Borovikov during the championship match at last weekend's USTA 12-and-under tennis tournament held at Midtown Athletic Club in Bannockburn. After a weekend filed with plenty of victories, Joy would eventually fall 6-1, 6-3 but earned his place boys singles runner-up. Dave Silbar/SilbarPR
Members of the Zonta Club of Oak Brook recently assisted "Poised for Success" in Lombard during its monthly clothing drop-off day April 13. Pictured are Lombard resident Kathy Raker on the left and Kay Van Vreede from Clarendon Hills. Poised for
Success promotes economic self-sufficiency for women, especially those re-entering the workforce,by providing contemporary career clothing. The Zonta Club of Oak Brook, as a member of Zonta International, advances the status of women through service and advocacy. Susan Barton
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