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Elena Ferrarin

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Noland says he’s OK after ladder fall

Aug 29 2016 | 4:44 pm - State Sen. Mike Noland reassured people that he is OK after falling off a ladder, as rumors about his health had swirled Monday.

Elgin survey delayed to spring 2017

Aug 29 2016 | 5:16 pm - An initiative to conduct a citywide survey of Elgin residents was approved by the city council in July 2015, but the process has been delayed for various reasons. The plan now is to mail it in spring 2017.

International spirit abounds at Elgin’s iFest

Aug 27 2016 | 4:32 pm - Melinda Hajroja happily gave people a primer on Albania from behind her booth Saturday at iFest in Elgin, where the weather — for a change — held up.

Elgin police hoping for body cameras by January

Aug 25 2016 | 11:11 am - A plan to equip police officers with body cameras is moving forward in Elgin, where there have been more shootings and less overall crime so far this year.

Elgin councilman: ‘back door deal’ with St. Joseph Church

Aug 25 2016 | 6:51 pm - St. Joseph Catholic Church in Elgin wants to buy city property to build a much larger church next door — but Councilman John Prigge says the sale smacks of “a back door deal.”

‘Difficult’ Elgin Tower Building sale completed

Aug 25 2016 | 9:36 pm - The Tower Building in downtown Elgin has new owners after nearly two years of negotiations for a project to turn it into apartments. “It was a very difficult deal,” developer Richard Souyoul said.

Elgin’s iFest will have Olympic theme Saturday

Aug 29 2016 | 3:26 pm - Elgin’s iFest on Saturday will have an Olympic theme, with entertainment and vendors showcasing world cultures.

Will Elgin pursue its own diversity goals for high-level jobs?

Aug 23 2016 | 5:26 pm - Two high-level administrative jobs in Elgin are either vacant or soon will be, and it’s unclear whether the city intends to pursue its own diversity goals by ensuring women and minorities have a chance to apply.

How a couple and their baby live in a 196-square-foot house near Elgin

Aug 19 2016 | 11:11 pm - Installing two shelves and a coat hook rack went a long way in keeping the peace in Alex and Korie Veidel’s 196-square-foot home outside Elgin.

Elgin adds transparency to website

Aug 19 2016 | 6:14 pm - The city of Elgin has launched a new transparency link on its website to cut back on time spent fulfilling Freedom of Information Act requests.

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