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  Illinois may have a new medical marijuana law on the books, and two other states may have approved the drug's recreational use, but the candidates for Illinois governor this year don't support legalizing it outright in their state.

Governor hopefuls cool to more marijuana legalization

Updated: 1/20/2014 07:25 PM

  Two cities that share a border - but not necessarily an image - have been recognized as among the safest mid-size communities in America. It may not be a surprise Naperville was ranked fourth among the top 10 HYPERLINK...

Naperville, Aurora both make safest mid-size cities list

Updated: 1/20/2014 05:38 PM

  Some St. Charles school board members aren't interested in being politically correct when it comes to non-English languages taught in their schools. In a divided vote, and calling it "political correctness run amok" the board recently voted to stop...

Non-English classes 'foreign' rather than 'worldly' in Dist. 303

Updated: 1/20/2014 11:11 PM

  Double the number of runners will be able to join the field for this year's Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon as the event lines up for its second running Sunday, Nov. 9. Organizers said 7,000 total spots will be available for...

Naperville marathon doubling field to 7,000 runners

Updated: 1/20/2014 05:12 PM

  Pizza connoisseurs will have an opportunity to sample some of the best Buffalo Grove has to offer when the Rotary Club of Buffalo Grove hosts Pizza Fest from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28 at Buffalo Grove High School, 1100 W Dundee Road. Diners will...

Buffalo Grove Rotary hosts Pizza Fest Jan. 28

Updated: 1/20/2014 05:11 PM

  New federal rules aimed at offering students healthier food options could mean Illinois schools won't be able to sell some types of popcorn, the state's official snack food.

New rules for schools could ban state snack

Updated: 1/20/2014 04:27 PM

  Northern Illinois University is making an effort to attract more international students. "We believe higher education fails a student if we do not provide the global competencies," said Raymond Alden, the school's new vice president of international...

NIU looking to attract international students

Updated: 1/20/2014 04:24 PM

  A free solar energy information session is being held from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Byron Colby Barn at Prairie Crossing, 1561 Jones Point Road, Grayslake.

Free solar energy info session in Grayslake

Updated: 1/20/2014 04:22 PM

  A Rockford federal judge has found a one-time bank CEO guilty of 20 fraud counts. Anthony D'Agostino is former owner, CEO and president of Commercial Mortgage and Finance Co.

Rockford judge convicts banker of fraud

Updated: 1/20/2014 04:22 PM

  State Rep. Carol Sente, Wheeling Village President Dean Argiris and State Rep. Elaine Nekritz will host a town hall meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Wheeling town hall meeting

Updated: 1/20/2014 04:21 PM

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