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Hinsdale South student remains in custodyThe Hinsdale South High School student accused of threatening armed violence at the school earlier this month will remain in custody until at least Nov. 4.Last Updated Oct 26, 2016 5:12 PM
Foster, Khouri take different stances on national security, gunsUpdated Oct 25, 2016 6:16 PM
11th U.S. Congressional District candidates Bill Foster and Tonia Khouri share their thoughts on national security and gun regulations.
‘El Barto’s’ admission to police in Naperville graffiti spree ruled inadmissableUpdated Oct 25, 2016 4:27 PM
A DuPage County judge ruled Tuesday that evidence in the case of a Naperville man accused of littering downtown Naperville with “Simpsons”-inspired graffiti was collected illegally and his subsequent statements to police should be thrown out.
Foster, Khouri debate role of government in educationPosted Oct 25, 2016 1:00 AM
11th Congressional District candidates Bill Foster and Tonia Khouri have opposite views about the federal government’s role in education.
Hultgren, Walz differ over health care in 14th DistrictPosted Oct 25, 2016 1:00 AM
Incumbent Republican Randy Hultgren and Democratic challenger Jim Walz differ on health care coverage and the Affordable Care Act.
Accolades pour in for Aurora Mayor Tom Weisner as he prepares to step downUpdated Oct 24, 2016 11:07 PM
Hundreds of residents and local officials filtered through Aurora’s Paramount Theater’s Grand Gallery Monday afternoon and evening to send Aurora Mayor Tom Weisner off with praise and gifts. Weisner, who as not seeking a fourth term is leaving office during his third term as he continues to battle colon cancer.
Gift collection underway for Operation Christmas ChildPosted Oct 24, 2016 6:00 AM
Shoe boxes can hold more than shoes. The Operation Christmas Child project proves it with millions of shoeboxes filled with school supplies, toiletries and toys for needy children.
Wheaton advocate: Dispose of your fishing line for the sake of animalsPosted Oct 24, 2016 5:30 AM
Wheaton resident Amy Tavolino rescues birds injured by fishing lines and hooks at forest preserves and parks. Now she wants to raise awareness about the problem.
Suburban emergency crews put to the test during airport drillUpdated Oct 22, 2016 4:34 PM
More than a dozen local and federal agencies participated in a plane crash simulation Saturday at the DuPage Airport in West Chicago
- USDA kills pig at Naperville-area forest preserve
- Candidates for 46th House Dist. discuss workmen’s compensation
- Two charged in Glendale Heights armed robbery
- Naperville firefighter arrested in Elgin on child porn charges
- Aurora man charged with impersonating a U.S. Marshal
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Fluid Running is making its way from Oak Brook Park District to Juneau, Alaska
Linda Kruger (right) of Juneau, Alaska is working on her Fluid Running certification with Founder Jennifer Conroyd (left) at the Oak Brook Park District's Family Aquatic Center, 1450 Forest Gate Road. Linda will be among the first certified Fluid Running instructors in the United States. Thank you Linda for helping The Oak Brook Park District and Fluid Running spread the benefits of this wonderful fitness and wellness opportunity across the country! Jessica Cannaday
- Edward Baumgarten, left, and Alec Hansen were a hit last week when they performed in seven presentations of Spotlight Youth Theater's "A Year With Frog and Toad." They are part of a cast of approximately 100 students who will perform in three more shows May 15-17. To purchase tickets to the show, visit www.spotlight.org or call (847) 516-2298. The cost of tickets is $12 or $10 for children and seniors. Group discounts are available. Jennifer Heim Photography
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- Carol Stream bike trail nearing completion
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- College of DuPage Interior Design Program receives award
- Home sales in region slows
- Rauner orders statewide review of rules and regulations
- Rauner to sign executive order on regulations at COD Monday
- Woodridge Entertainment
- Gift collection underway for Operation Christmas Child
- Wheaton advocate: Dispose of your fishing line
- Woodridge Opinion
- See McKee House for what it can be
- Endorsement: Foster for Congress, 11th District
- Endorsement: Grogan for DuPage auditor
- Endorsement: Hultgren for Congress in Dist. 14
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