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Freedom of Information Act

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  • ODU uses high-tech GPS device as training tool

    ODU uses high-tech GPS device as training tool
    NORFOLK — Ryan Martin, Old Dominion's Director of Sports Performance, is a serious and relentlessly curious advocate for athletes' health and well being.
  • A censure for speaking out

    A censure for speaking out
    If you serve on the College of DuPage board of trustees, your responsibilities include overseeing the finances and guiding the future of the Glen Ellyn-based community college. You're also expected to sit down and shut up. The COD board recently...

    School district hired man in sex offender treatment

    School district hired man in sex offender treatment
    A suburban man recently arrested on child pornography charges worked for years at a middle school even after he had been ordered to get sex offender treatment, a Tribune review of district and court records shows. The school district's hiring decision...

    Oakwood Hills hall reopens amid power plant fight

     Oakwood Hills hall reopens amid power plant fight
    A suburban Village Hall that closed its doors after an alleged threat over a proposed power plant will reopen Sept. 2 with new security measures, authorities said Tuesday. The reopening won't quell outrage from some residents over the power plant...

    Ruling allows for release of audio tape of District 181 meeting

    Ruling allows for release of audio tape of District 181 meeting
    Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills School District 181 should not have denied a former school board member access to an audio tape of a meeting, the Illinois attorney general's office ruled this week. The ruling stems from a Freedom of Information Act request...