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Elena Ferrarin

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Elgin loses multimillion water deal with Bartlett

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.

Elgin cop suspended 30 days for excessive force, will retire at 20 years

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.

Moeller wins appellate court ballot challenge

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.

Elgin nixes bar's request for 6 a.m. license, would have been second in town

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.

Some Elgin officers will start wearing body cameras in February

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.

Elgin poised to renew contract with chamber

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.

Indoor trampoline center planned in Elgin

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.

Elgin crash victim identified as Glendale Heights man

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.

Elgin residents can sound off in online survey

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.

Contest spotlights self-published authors in Illinois

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.

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