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  • Downers Grove OKs stormwater grants for churches

    Downers Grove OKs stormwater grants for churches
    Downers Grove officials ratified a grant program designed to encourage churches to reduce the stormwater flowing from their property. Council members recently approved a proposal in which the village would help subsidize the cost of capital projects...
  • Mathews receives $2 million to elevate flood-prone homes

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded $2 million to Mathews County to elevate nine homes that have received repeated flood damage during storms. The money will also be used to acquire three properties that owners no longer want because of...
  • Quinn's office ignored red flags on nonprofit

    Quinn's office ignored red flags on nonprofit
    The Quinn administration handed out $800,000 in anti-violence money to a politically influential South Side community group even after the nonprofit filed documents with the state acknowledging it suffered from years of financial missteps, a Tribune...
  • Orland school districts awarded grants for security

    Orland school districts awarded grants for security
    Orland School District 135 received a $126,000 grant that will be used to enhance school security, district officials said Tuesday. The funding comes from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency's Illinois School and Campus Safety Grant program,...
  • City offers new arts grant program

    City offers new arts grant program
    Hoping to persuade some of the city’s more established arts institutions to create large scale cultural experiences that will engage residents and eventually attract tourists, the city of Chicago today announced a new grant program. Unlike the...
  • Obama calls for more spending on transportation infrastructure

    Obama calls for more spending on transportation infrastructure
    ST. PAUL, Minn. – President Obama visited a revived train station in the Midwest on Wednesday to extol the benefits of federal spending on light rail, roads and bridges, as he offered cautious praise for a Republican tax reform effort that could...
  • Whalon Lake preserve to get new bike paths

    Whalon Lake preserve to get new bike paths
    The Whalon Lake preserve on the border of Bolingbrook and Naperville offers a spacious space for just about any nature-related, social activity. The outdoor options for local residents are set to increase, as Gov. Pat Quinn's office announced last...
  • Downers Grove considers grants for churches to reduce stormwater fee

    Downers Grove considers grants for churches to reduce stormwater fee
    Downers Grove officials are exploring the idea of a grant program they say could help churches shrink their stormwater bills. Village staff recently drafted a plan in which church property owners would make structural improvements to their land to...
  • Downers Grove seeks state grant for Lincoln Center repairs

    Downers Grove seeks state grant for Lincoln Center repairs
    Downers Grove Park District leaders plan to apply for a state grant that they would use to make major repairs to its downtown community center. Officials said they will seek $1 million from the Park and Recreational Facility Construction (PARC) grant...
  • Input on Laguna's transit system sought

    Laguna Beach will seek public input Feb. 10 on ways to improve the city's transit system. IBI Group, Inc., a consulting firm, was hired to review the city's transit system and make recommendations for improvements. The company has studied the main-...
  • Cummings says colleges misleading applicants about financial aid

    Cummings says colleges misleading applicants about financial aid
    Rep. Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland alleged this week that more than 100 universities, including Goucher College and Loyola University Maryland, are violating federal law by requiring applicants to fill out extra forms that determine their eligibility for...