The mainstream news media tells us immigration reform is dead. And yet those same news outlets remind us almost daily how immigration reform, or lack thereof, impacts our lives economically, culturally and morally.
Although county board members are expected to log in at least 21 hours of work a week to be eligible for pension benefits, board members in Kane and Will counties make half as much as those in DuPage County.
July 18 4:26 p.m. |
The city of Naperville’s ongoing war against the emerald ash borer infestation isn’t over by any means, but officials say that progress is being made as far as saving trees.
July 18 2:48 p.m. |
Naperville City Council Tuesday granted an 18-month reprieve for a pair of non-conforming billboards on the corner of Ogden Avenue and Rickert Drive.
July 17 4:54 p.m. |
The Naperville Library Board of Trustees Wednesday night voted on its slate of candidates for board positions for the upcoming year.
July 17 12:01 p.m. |
For every job Illinois has created during the past decade, Indiana has created 35.
July 15 10:51 a.m. |
Paying a toll for using an express lane may be worth it to some commuters and help ease congestion on the Eisenhower and Stevenson in the future.
July 14 12:29 p.m. |
The newest member of the Wheatland Township Board of Trustees was sworn in on Thursday.
July 14 9:12 a.m. |
The Chicago Sun-Times takes a look at salaries for elected officials in Aurora, Naperville and Elgin.
July 11 3:40 p.m. |
Naperville Planning and Zoning Commission votes against nursing home plan voted unanimously against a proposed nursing home for Naperville Crossings.
July 11 9:28 a.m. |