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Dec 09 2016 | 6:55 pm - After initially being selected by Bartlett to work out a long-term, multimillion dollar water deal, the city of Elgin lost to a competitor and also will lose about $4.3 million in yearly water revenues starting in 2019.
Dec 09 2016 | 6:54 pm - An Elgin police officer who used excessive force against a resident is being assigned to desk duty and will retire at the 20-year mark, which means he’ll keep his pension.
Dec 09 2016 | 4:09 pm - Signing a nominating petition for another party’s candidate did not disqualify State Rep. Anna Moeller from being on the ballot in March, an Illinois appellate court ruled Thursday.
Dec 08 2016 | 6:05 am - Afterset bar in downtown Elgin was turned down for a 6 a.m. liquor license, which would have been the second in town after Medusa's got one earlier this year.
Dec 08 2016 | 6:02 am - A first group of 30 to 35 patrol officers in Elgin will begin wearing body cameras by February and the entire 182-member police department — all the way up to the police chief — will be outfitted by the end of 2017.
Dec 09 2016 | 9:15 am - The Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce, which pays no rent for its city-owned office, will continue to provide economic development services to Elgin for $275,000 a year, pending final approval by the city council.
Dec 06 2016 | 6:32 pm - Urban Air Trampoline Park wants to turn a vacant, former medical building in Elgin into an indoor amusement center with a trampoline park, laser tag, bowling, miniature golf, electric go-carts and arcade games.
Dec 05 2016 | 4:42 pm - A man who died Saturday morning after a fiery crash in Elgin was identified by police as Rudy Guerra of Glendale Heights.
Dec 05 2016 | 3:37 pm - An online survey available through Dec. 31 asks Elgin residents for feedback on code compliance issues, including dead trees, broken windows, fences in disrepair and more.
Dec 03 2016 | 1:07 am - As the Jan. 7 deadline approaches to enter this year’s Soon To Be Famous Illinois Author Project, organizers hope to spark similar initiatives at libraries across the country.