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  • Funding for environmental group faces hurdles

     
    DuPage County could find a way to continue funding and keep afloat a popular environmental advocacy group based in Glen Ellyn, some county board members …...
  • Funding uncertain for environmental group

     
    A well-known environmental advocacy group could face staff and program cuts if DuPage County reduces funding, officials said this week. DuPage County’s current $155,750 contract …...
  • COD, Glen Ellyn heading back to court

     
    College of DuPage and Glen Ellyn are heading back to the courtroom next week, just months after officials on both sides said a winning compromise …...
  • James Whitney Wright

    James Whitney Wright
    James Whitney Wright Jim Wright, 70, loving father and grandfather, died on October 10, 2012 at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA.  Born and raised in Glen Ellyn, IL, Jim was a devoted alumnus of DePauw University, where he received his Bachelor’s...
  • 'American Bible Challenge' casting in Chicago

    'American Bible Challenge' casting in Chicago
    Game Show Network and the creators of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" have come up with a new competition and they're looking for people with a passion for the Bible. GSN's "The American Bible Challenge" will conduct auditions June 1 through 3 near...
  • Police: 2 teens used pellet gun to shoot out 30 car windows

    Police: 2 teens used pellet gun to shoot out 30 car windows
    Two Glen Ellyn teens who police say used a pellet gun to shoot out 30 car windows and a residential window have been charged with four felony counts of criminal damage to property, the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday. Patrick Kolp,...
  • Elmhurst can ban double duty for elected officials, legal opinion says

    Elmhurst can ban double duty for elected officials, legal opinion says
    Elmhurst officials can prohibit local leaders from serving on more than one elected board at the same time if residents support the idea at the polls, according to a legal opinion presented to a City Council committee Monday. The opinion came after...
  • Wheaton man held on $1 million bail in home invasion

    Wheaton man held on $1 million bail in home invasion
    An armed Wheaton man accused of entering the Glen Ellyn home of a female acquaintance and firing a shot during an ensuing confrontation was being held Monday in the DuPage County Jail in lieu of $1 million bail. DuPage prosecutors identified the man as...
  • Juanita Bogard Steadman April 28, 1908 - February 18, 2013

    Juanita Bogard Steadman April 28, 1908 - February 18, 2013
    Juanita Bogard Steadman died February 18, 2013 in her home of natural causes. Born April 28, 1908 in Cape Giradeau, Missouri, Juanita graduated from Glen Ellyn High School (Illinois) in 1923 and lived with her family in Little Rock, Arkansas. In 1933, she...
  • DuPage levels new charges against man accused of salon heists

    DuPage levels new charges against man accused of salon heists
    The Evanston culinary student implicated in several beauty salon robberies in and around Chicago has been charged in four additional holdups in DuPage County, prosecutors said Friday. Jason Logsdon, 41, has been held without bail in Cook County since...
  • Emanuel names former IDOT manager to succeed Sandi Jackson

    Emanuel names former IDOT manager to succeed Sandi Jackson
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced that he has appointed a former Illinois Department of Transportation special projects manager to replace Sandi Jackson as 7th Ward alderman. Natashia Holmes left IDOT in 2012 and recently worked as a project manager...
  • Cops: Salon bandit was paying for cocaine habit

    Cops: Salon bandit was paying for cocaine habit
    The man accused of holding up hair salons in Chicago and the suburbs used a BB gun, picked places where there would be no male workers, and told police the robberies paid for his crack cocaine habit, authorities say. Jason Logsdon, 41, also used his...