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Mom hopes to spare others pain caused by child’s overdose

Apr 04 2014 | 5:52 pm - It wasn’t just her son’s heroin overdose that stunned Theresa Blasucci in June 2001.
She was more shocked to learn some neighbors knew of the boy’s drug problem, but never told her about it.

Bensenville mayor, allies face ballot challenge

Jan 10 2013 | 5:30 pm - Members of a political slate in Bensenville, including current Village President Frank Soto, could be kicked off the April 9 ballot on Friday if an electoral board agrees with objections from a rival political party.

Lake Park residents will vote on pool in April

Jan 09 2013 | 5:03 am - Amid applause from a group called People for a Pool, the Lake Park High School board of education passed two measures Tuesday in Roselle that will ask voters whether to raise taxes to build and maintain a pool at the East Campus. “The board is...

Amid new objections, more Roselle candidates may be kicked off ballot

Jan 09 2013 | 3:20 pm - Six candidates in the races for Roselle village president and trustee must wait nearly a week to learn if they can remain on the ballot.

DuPage towns still counting benefits from Ryder Cup

Jan 08 2013 | 5:56 am - Several DuPage County communities are still calculating the benefits from the Ryder Cup — both in terms of money and image — even though golf's most prestigious tournament left Medinah Country Club nearly four months ago. The event also...

West Chicago Dist. 33 board: Little progress in talks

Jan 04 2013 | 7:33 pm - Hours of negotiations Thursday and Friday failed to end a bitter contract dispute in West Chicago Elementary District 33. Though teachers legally could strike as early as Monday, students' schedules are expected to be normal at least through...

'Modern Family' star in suburbs to support gay marriage

Jan 03 2013 | 5:08 am - An Emmy-nominated actor and Illinois politicians are using a fashion statement to make a political statement. Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, a star of ABC's comedy "Modern Family," traveled to Naperville and Chicago Wednesday to...

District 33 resuming contract talks

Jan 02 2013 | 4:25 pm - The West Chicago Elementary District 33 school board and its teachers union are set to resume negotiations Thursday and Friday in hopes of reaching an agreement and heading off a possible strike after roughly 16 months at the bargaining table. The...

DuPage museum's bash features bubbles instead of bubbly

Dec 31 2012 | 4:37 pm - For hundreds of children dancing Monday inside North Central College's Wentz Concert Hall in Naperville, it didn't matter that the stroke of midnight was 12 hours away. Nearly 600 children and their parents still donned tiaras reading "Happy New...

Keeneyville Dist. 20 gets $1.6 million grant to build preschool

Dec 25 2012 | 10:38 pm - Keeneyville Elementary District 20 will receive a state grant of more than $1.6 million to build an early childhood education center aimed at meeting the needs of its poorest preschoolers. It will be housed at Greenbrook Elementary School in Hanover...

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