Education | After more input from residents, District 211 board hints at views on transgender policy
Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 board members Thursday shared some thoughts of their own after again hearing from critics and supporters of a proposed policy that would grant transgender students unrestricted access to locker rooms based on their gender identities.
News | Questions remain after Itasca's first hearing on Haymarket proposalItasca residents concerned about Haymarket's Center's proposal to open an addiction treatment facility say a Wednesday night meeting didn't answer their questions about the project.
News | First solar project of its kind in the state lights up in ElginElgin's Rainy Solar is the first community solar project in Illinois, and the credit is going to an entrepreneur who had a compelling vision, the support of the city and a dose of luck.
Education | What new report card will show for your school districtHow much does a school in Aurora spend on educating its students versus another in Barrington or elsewhere? Parents and community members can find the answer in the 2019 Illinois Report Card set for release Oct. 30.
Columns | Unquestionably, Stevenson golf coach made the right call on fixing player's scoring errorAfter one of his golfers signed for an incorrect score during the Class 3A DeKalb sectional on Monday, Stevenson boys coach John Rueth brought it to the attention of tournament officials. Rueth's decision cost his Patriots a berth downstate.
Columns | Don't spend that inheritance money until it's yoursIt seems obvious enough to us, but a Villa Park woman learned the hard way that it's a crime to spend an expected inheritance before the person leaving it to you dies.
Columns | Rozner: When Sundays were all about Walter PaytonNot a Sunday goes by that I don't think of Walter Payton and what he meant to a generation of Bears fans that only knew losing. To us, Sunday was Payton Day.
Business | Company that converts garbage into fuel eyeing Hoffman EstatesA California-based company that creates diesel and jet fuel from the carbon in household garbage otherwise headed to a landfill hopes to build a new processing plant in Hoffman Estates.
Business | D.C. Cobb's restaurant to open third location in downtown East DundeeKnown for its gourmet burgers, D.C. Cobb's is expected to move into one of two remaining storefronts available at 311 Barrington Ave. in downtown East Dundee.
Prep Football | Former Elgin, Bartlett football coach Stephens remembered for love of football, his playersHigh school football has lost one of its most passionate coaches.
News | Rosemont reaches settlement over HVAC failures at baseball stadiumThe heating and cooling system of Rosemont's new baseball stadium doesn't work properly, and it could take up to a year to fix it, village officials say.
Education | Addison teachers planning rally to build support in stalled contract talksTeachers in Addison Elementary District 4 plan to rally Tuesday to garner support and push the school board to return to the bargaining table as the clock ticks toward a possible strike next week. The rally comes as the teachers union and school board remain far apart on salaries and health insurance after months of negotiations failed to produce a new contract in the district that serves roughly 4,000 students.
Education | Opponents urge suburban schools to reject measure that supports arming teachersGroups including the League of Women Voters and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense In America are urging suburban school leaders to oppose a proposal before the Illinois Association of School Boards that would support legislation allowing districts to arm teachers and staff.
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