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  Naperville's special events calendar will not be getting any busier this year as the city council decided Tuesday night not to allow two additional 5K races to take place in town. A proposal to allow Rotary Club of Naperville and Scullen Middle...

Naperville says no to two new 5K events

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:07 AM

  More than 100 people packed Wauconda's village hall to protest a plan to close the police department's 911 center and outsource the service. “I understand you're trying to save money, but how much is my life worth?” resident Candy Powers...

Wauconda residents urge board to keep 911 center

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:28 AM

  The owner of a South Elgin taxi fleet is disputing actions taken by the Elgin Police Department when a customer didn’t pay a fare Monday. Jamie Hjelm, owner of A Taxicab Leasing Corp., maintains police should have arrested a female passenger...

Taxi fleet owner, Elgin police disagree on complaint handling

Updated: 2/18/2014 09:30 PM

  Republican state Sen. Kirk Dillard Tuesday defended his endorsement by the state’s biggest teachers union and hit back against what he called Winnetka businessman Bruce Rauner’s efforts to “demonize” them. “Unions...

Dillard defends backing of teachers union

Updated: 2/18/2014 08:04 PM

  So far in 2014, Kane County has not seen a fatal heroin overdose. But that is sure to change, as there were 22 overdose deaths last year and 27 in 2012. The two Repbulican candidates for Kane County sheriff - Kevin Williams and Don Kramer - have...

Kane sheriff hopefuls differ on dealing with heroin problem

Updated: 2/18/2014 07:35 PM

  Depending on the outcome of a vote Monday, Carpentersville-based Community Unit District 300 could be building new headquarters in Algonquin, a location an official says will better serve the district's entire population. “The building is...

Dist. 300 considers new central office to help Oak Ridge students

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:09 AM

  No one was injured in a Naperville house fire on Tuesday that caused estimated damages in excess of $200,000, the Naperville Fire Department reported in a press release.

No one injured in Naperville house fire

Updated: 2/18/2014 06:38 PM

  Mount Prospect police are seeking two people who scammed an 82-year-old Mount Prospect woman out of money with false claims of a winning lottery ticket.

Scammers use lottery claim to steal from Mt. Prospect woman

Updated: 2/18/2014 06:37 PM

  An out-of-district family has filed a lawsuit against Arlington Heights Elementary District 25, claiming the district refuses to provide a safe bus stop for their son who attends a private school in Arlington Heights.

Parents sue District 25 over bus stop location

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:12 AM

  A suburban Republican lawmaker wants women to wait 24 hours and see images from an ultrasound before having an abortion. State Rep. Tom Morrison said he introduced the legislation, which has been introduced in Illinois in the past and failed to...

Palatine lawmaker wants waiting period for abortions

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:39 AM

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