Transportation | Arlington Heights residents say crash video proves need to stop cut-through traffic
Video of a car careening off a parked SUV and overturning earlier this week shows the need for Arlington Heights leaders to do more to curtail cut-through traffic in their neighborhood, some village residents say.
Politics | Panel vote sends Trump impeachment charges to full HouseDemocrats propelled President Donald Trump's impeachment toward a vote by the full U.S. House on Friday, as the Judiciary Committee approved charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the constitutional and political storm that has divided Congress and the nation.
News | Residents in Elgin worried about elevated radon gas levelsSome residents of Elgin Manor Apartments in Elgin said they have been worried for nearly two months about high levels of radon gas in their apartments, but the property's management said the issue is being addressed as quickly as possible.
Kane County | He 'deserves to be in prison': Family of St. Charles grad killed in crash outraged at driver's DUIActivists and family members of Cameron Godee, a St. Charles East High School graduate killed in a one-vehicle drunken driving crash in 2009, say they're upset the driver in that case has been charged with DUI in Romeoville.
Columns | T-shirt business is more than just a job for Kane County jail inmatesWhat to get that special someone who has everything this holiday season? Some inmates at the Kane County jail have an idea or two.
News | 'Captain Al' remembered for dedicated service to Elk Grove VillageJohn "Al" Mergens, who helped lead the Elk Grove Village Fire Department from a volunteer force into a full-time, professional agency with multiple stations, has died.
News | Believe Project: $100 to help a friend experiencing difficultiesToday's recipient of a $100 bill through our Believe Project is Michael Corley of Hawthorn Woods. Here is his story ...
Business | Number of parties suing Sterigenics jumps to 73The number of parties suing medical supply sterilization company Sterigenics on claims that its ethylene oxide gas emissions caused serious health problems grew to 73 this week, according to a law firm representing 18 of the plaintiffs.
Music | Weekend at play: Jane Lynch plays Crystal Lake, Lego Train Show rolls into CantignyFive fun weekend events: Jane Lynch brings "A Swingin' Little Christmas" to Crystal Lake's Raue, the 17th annual Lego Train Show opens at Wheaton's Cantigny, and the Ruth Page Civic Ballet revives "The Nutcracker" in Grayslake.
News | What should a longer elementary day look like in District 303?Innovative activities centered around art, music and movement could be incorporated into a longer elementary school day starting next fall in St. Charles Unit District 303.
News | Mount Prospect board approves expansion of video gamblingMount Prospect will allow more video gambling terminals at village restaurants, bars and other licensed establishments, under a measure approved Tuesday by village trustees.
Columns | Feder: Chicago radio exec Jimmy de Castro rides off in styleTo mark his last day on the job as senior vice president and market manager of Entercom Chicago, Jimmy de Castro showed up in holiday attire that would make Santa blush.
Politics | Elk Grove voters could see two questions on March ballotElk Grove Village voters could see as many as two village referendums on the March primary ballot: one, an advisory question posed by Mayor Craig Johnson and trustees about community events, and the other, a binding query that seeks to eventually remove the longtime mayor and many of those trustees from office.
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