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  The City of Elgin will get $100,000 worth of funding for a study of the sidewalk system and access to transit stops while only having to commit staff time if an intergovernmental agreement is approved by council members Wednesday.

Grant will allow Elgin to inventory sidewalks, transit stops

Updated: 11/15/2011 05:46 PM

  A Roselle priest jailed for gambling away about $300,000 of his church’s money will be released for Thanksgiving and Christmas, a DuPage County judge ruled Tuesday. “He’s still a practicing priest, so I’m sure he’s...

Jailed Roselle priest getting out for holidays

Updated: 11/15/2011 05:11 PM

  Melissa Calusinski's father testified Tuesday that his daughter never told him she had killed a toddler at the Lincolnshire day care center where she worked, contradicting earlier statements from a police investigator. Paul Calusinski, barred by...

Calusinski's father says daughter never admitted killing boy

Updated: 11/15/2011 05:04 PM

  A Schaumburg woman in the line of fire during Congressman Joe Walsh's recent tirade in Gurnee is now refuting the McHenry Tea Partyer's claims that he apologized to her for his outburst. "He never said I'm sorry," Melissa Rakestraw, 42-year-old...

Schaumburg letter carrier, Walsh have different stories about outburst

Updated: 11/15/2011 03:58 PM

  Local governments that harness their communities' technological know-how could get a leg up on creating jobs and bolstering the economy, according to organizers of a summit being held Wednesday in Wheaton.

IIT technology summit in Wheaton tackles economic challenges

Updated: 11/15/2011 03:41 PM

  A Wheaton couple tried to destroy evidence in a 37-year-old woman’s heroin-related death by putting bleach on her body, prosecutors said Tuesday. Edward Kliest, 43, and Tiffany Vanderbusch, 22, both of the 0N200 block of Silverleaf Boulevard,...

Prosecutors: Wheaton couple tried to cover up heroin death with bleach

Updated: 11/15/2011 04:57 PM

  A day of broad swings in the stock market ended with modest gains Tuesday as investors balanced strong U.S. retail sales with Europe’s lingering debt crisis. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 17 points.

Stocks edge higher on retail gains

Updated: 11/15/2011 03:55 PM

  The European economy has stalled, and is likely to start shrinking soon, just when eurozone countries need help the most. Growth slowed nearly to a stop this summer, and a recession afflicting small countries like Greece and Portugal threatens to...

Recession stalks Europe's weakening economy

Updated: 11/15/2011 01:59 PM

  Batavia Mayor Jeff Schielke gave his annual "state of the city" address to the Batavia Chamber of Commerce Tuesday morning. "Now this is the one I really couldn't wait today to show. But this is the real deal," he said, flashing a slide of the...

Among Batavia's good news: Golden Corral to open

Updated: 11/15/2011 07:30 PM

  Illinois' two U.S. senators say they will introduce legislation this week to encourage states to improve school access to epinephrine (ehp-uh-NEHF'-rehn) injectors that can help students with life-threatening allergic reactions.

Illinois senators target allergy-related deaths

Updated: 11/15/2011 07:57 AM

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