Schools Stories from June 30, 2020
Facebook to build $800M data center on DeKalb's south sideJun 30, 2020 11:15 AM - Facebook is coming to DeKalb, and will build its 16th data center in the world on 505 acres in DeKalb's south side, along Route 23 and Gurler Road across from the ChicagoWest Business Center. The social media giant will invest $800 million into a 907,000-square-foot facility, the 12th to be built in the United States, which will be dubbed the Facebook DeKalb Data Center, according to a news release from the company.
Long Grove student receives national scholarship awardJun 30, 2020 10:52 AM - Emily Kang of Long Grove over the weekend received a scholastic award during the final night of competition at the 63rd Distinguished Young Women National Finals.
Constable: In Columbus' wake, another Italian proves statue-worthyJun 30, 2020 4:42 AM - With our nation removing symbols and statues of historical people tainted by racism, it appears as if our days of honoring Columbus might have ended. But Bill Dal Cerro, a teacher at Fenton High School in Bensenville and senior analyst for the Italic Institute of America, says another Italian should get his due for helping form our nation.
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