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  • Letters about energy options are confusing La Grange residents, officials say

    Letters about energy options are confusing La Grange residents, officials say
    Some La Grange residents are confused by letters from an energy supplier describing power-buying options for the coming year, according to Assistant Village Manager Andrianna Peterson. FirstEnergy Solutions, the village's existing power supplier, has...
  • La Grange energy prices set to increase

    La Grange energy prices set to increase
    La Grange residents likely will see their power bills go up an average of about $300 per year — with the first increase appearing on July bills — as regional price changes hit the village. "The market is changing and rates are increasing...
  • Glen Ellyn OKs 50% electric rate hike

     Glen Ellyn OKs 50% electric rate hike
    Glen Ellyn residents will see a 50 percent increase in energy rates later this year as the village's deal with a supplier expires and a new contract takes its place. The village's Board of Trustees on Monday voted 4-3 on a three-year contract with...
  • Daulton coming to Reading

     
    Reading Baseball Hall of Famer and Philadelphia Phillies great Darren Daulton will be on hand for a free autograph session (thanks to Yuengling) at the Reading Fightin Phils’ home game on Sunday, June 8th, against the Richmond Flying Squirrels....
  • More facing higher electric costs

    If you thought you avoided higher electricity costs this winter because you didn't buy power from competitive suppliers who jacked up their variable rates, you may be in for a delayed shock later this spring and summer. One Lehigh Valley utility...
  • News in brief from Lake Zurich, Mundelein: Feb. 10

    Lake Zurich Crossing guard marks 40 years A part-time crossing guard for Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 schools recently celebrated her 40-year anniversary, making her the longest-serving village employee, officials said. Marie McBride,...
  • Electric rate could rise for some Mundelein residents

    Electric rate could rise for some Mundelein residents
    Mundelein officials are saying residents' electric rate may go up by as much 66 percent or more once the town's current aggregation contract expires in July. As of now, residents and businesses that don't opt out of Mundelein's aggregation plan pay a...
  • Confusion over ComEd letters in Orland Park

    Confusion over ComEd letters in Orland Park
    Thousands of Orland Park residents enrolled in the village's electrical aggregation program received erroneous notices about their electric service after the village's new electric supplier mistakenly began taking on their accounts a month early,...
  • Electricity rates likely going up in Orland Park

    Electricity rates likely going up in Orland Park
    Orland Park residents could see big increases in their electric bills by June. Rates for the village's opt-out electrical aggregation program will likely jump by about 33 percent, while Commonwealth Edison is also expected to increase rates, village...
  • Fightin Phils hosting annual Ticket Hootenanny

     
    They are ready for the professional baseball season to begin in Reading. The Fightin Phils, the Double-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, are hosting the third annual Ticket Hootenanny from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at FirstEnergy Stadium. Season...
  • Rupp, others had major-league plans

    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Cameron Rupp had a .346 batting average with an .893 OPS in 26 at-bats this spring with the Phillies. That followed him hitting .308 in 13 at-bats last September in Philadelphia. It added up to a demotion Tuesday to minor-...