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  • Cooling Units Atop Mansion Generate Heat From Malloy's Neighbors

    Cooling Units Atop Mansion Generate Heat From Malloy's Neighbors
    It's common for homeowners to have run-ins with neighbors. The people next door may have a dog that barks all night, mow their lawn at 6 a.m., or build an unsightly addition that violates regulations. If the neighbors don't listen, the homeowner can pursue the issue with town or state authorities as a last resort.
  • Redacted emails from College of Lake County leave more questions than answers

    Redacted emails from College of Lake County leave more questions than answers
    At the height of the College of DuPage's boardroom insurrection, the winter boredom was interrupted by a bright idea. Why not, the columnist said to himself, find out if the College of Lake County's president, board of trustees, senior managers and...

    Independent neighborhood watch group barred from parade

    Independent neighborhood watch group barred from parade
    Lack of proper credentials, according to village of Elmwood Park, has the head of a local organization watching the village's Fourth of July parade instead of being in it. Pasquale Martorana filled out a parade application for his Elmwood Park Village...

    College of DuPage releases Breuder expenses showing wining, dining, hunting

    College of DuPage releases Breuder expenses showing wining, dining, hunting
    On the way to an exclusive hunt club in March 2014, College of DuPage President Robert Breuder stopped to pick up two bottles of red wine. He continued on to the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation, a private fish and game reserve in northwest suburban...

    State police told to turn over Carbondale shooting records

    Illinois State Police improperly withheld information and must turn over investigative records sought by the father of a 21-year-old Carbondale woman killed in a shooting, the state Attorney General's Office has determined. Former Southern Illinois...