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  Libertyville residents can expect a savings of 44 percent on the power supply portion of their electric bills by late summer.

Libertyville power savings

Updated: 5/9/2012 06:21 PM

  News for digestsThe Gurnee Park District fine arts program hosts an art exhibit May 18 through June 22 at Viking Hall, at 4374 Old Grand Ave., Gurnee.

Gurnee Park District art exhibit

Updated: 5/9/2012 06:20 PM

  The Stevenson High School board will hold a special, closed-door meeting Friday morning to discuss unspecified personnel and student-discipline issues.

SHS board special meeting

Updated: 5/9/2012 06:19 PM

  A large charity garage sale with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Our House of Hope K-9 Rescue will be held from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 18, and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at 1816 N. St. Andrew Drive, in the Gregg<saxo:ch value="226...

K-9 Rescue benefit in Vernon Hills

Updated: 5/9/2012 06:18 PM

  Anyone wanting the DuPage Airport to end its reliance on property tax dollars will have to keep waiting. While calling it a worthy and important<saxo:ch...

DuPage Airport still hopes to stop relying on taxes

Updated: 5/9/2012 06:00 PM

  Three of Chicago's top tourist attractions will close for three days instead of one day for next week's NATO summit.

Chicago museums to close 3 days for NATO summit

Updated: 5/9/2012 05:17 PM

  An Illinois college-tuition investment program was beset by shoddy management, including possible conflicts of interest by top officials, as it went underfunded and administrative costs tripled, according to an audit released Wednesday.

Audit reveals big problems in College Illinois program

Updated: 5/9/2012 05:59 PM

  Gov. Pat Quinn announced more than two months ago that the state would resume denying tax exemptions to hospitals that operate more like businesses than charities. But the state has taken no action on 17 pending tax exemption applications. <saxo:ch...

Two months later, still no action on Illinois hospital tax

Updated: 5/9/2012 05:11 PM

  The Illinois Senate has rejected a proposal to limit the governors power to close prisons and other state facilities. The bill would have required legislative approval before a governor could shut down facilities.

Senate rejects limits on closing state facilities

Updated: 5/9/2012 05:09 PM

  If approved, incoming freshmen and undergraduate transfer students from Illinois would pay $335 per credit hour. That means full-time students taking 15 credits per semester would pay a little more than $10,000 for two semesters.

ISU to consider 4.4 percent tuition increase

Updated: 5/9/2012 05:08 PM

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