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  • District 41 incoming board members protest Lincoln library renovations

    Despite much debate about spending $235,000 on library renovations at Lincoln Elementary School, the Glen Ellyn School District 41 Board of Education approved the plan. Two incoming members of the Glen Ellyn School District 41 Board of Education urged...
  • Community News for Windsor Locks edition

    Knights of Columbus raise funds for Food Pantry WINDSOR LOCKS - Kevin Dwelley, Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus of Windsor Locks presented the Town of Windsor Locks Social Services Manager Christina Morra-Tiu with 2 checks from dinners that they...
  • Voice opinion on county budget [Editorial]

    About 20 residents, including a member of the Carroll County Board of Education, attended the first of several community budget meetings at the North Carroll branch library on Tuesday, a sign that people are interested in being involved in the county's...
  • Manchester Directors Hear Concept For New Library

    Manchester Directors Hear Concept For New Library
    MANCHESTER — The board of directors on Tuesday heard a presentation on a concept for a new public library on Main Street. Using about $24,000 in trust money, the library advisory board hired Peter Gisolfi Associates, an architectural firm, to do...
  • Batavia aldermen narrowly vote against funding library improvements

     Batavia aldermen narrowly vote against funding library improvements
    While Batavia aldermen Tuesday night voted against giving the Batavia Public Library $100,000 to remodel its outdoor staircase, the decision isn't a done-deal. The council's Committee of the Whole voted 7-6 against funding the project but awaits two...
  • Book Sale This Weekend To Support Bloomfield Libraries

    BLOOMFIELD — For more than 30 years the Friends of Bloomfield Public Libraries have been providing funds for programs and equipment to the town's two libraries. During that time the group has raised tens of thousands of dollars through its...
  • Borges' 'Library of Babel' comes to virtual life

    Borges' 'Library of Babel' comes to virtual life
    Almost three quarters of a century after it was published, Jorge Luis Borges’ “The Library of Babel” continues to resonate. A year and a half ago, the online magazine Places Journal published a set of architectural drawings...
  • Bring on the Obama Presidential Temple!

     Bring on the Obama Presidential Temple!
    I'm changing my mind on the Obama presidential library. Once I was opposed, thinking the last thing Chicago needed was a multimillion-dollar Temple of Presidential Lies on parkland. But I've since "evolved" after having my brain hit by wave after wave...
  • Build the Obama Library in Washington Park

    Build the Obama Library in Washington Park
    President Barack Obama's library is going to Jackson Park, home to the Museum of Science and Industry, or Washington Park, on the west side of the University of Chicago. The library and museum should go to Washington Park for one reason: Easy access...
  • Who'll pay for Obama library? Private donors -- and taxpayers

    Who'll pay for Obama library? Private donors -- and taxpayers
    As Chicagoans hear the news that the South Side will host the Obama presidential library, some may ask: Who's going to pay for that? The answer is that presidential libraries are built with private donations, and the Obama library's construction and...
  • Chicago area farmers market season opens

     Chicago area farmers market season opens
    Some 150 farmers markets, at least seven of them new this year, will bring the bounty of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan to Chicago and suburban shoppers hungry for just-picked fresh produce after a record-setting cold winter (and spring, brrr)....