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  • Naperville's wave of prosperity

    Naperville's wave of  prosperity
    Named the second best place to live in America by Money magazine in 2006 and pulling in the No. 3 spot in 2008, Naperville has grown into one of Illinois' largest cities while retaining much of its small-town charm. The accolades from Money capped national tributes bestowed on Naperville for everything from its school system to its library and marked the culmination of 30 years of vigorous and deliberate development, investment and expansion in and by the city.
  • Wall breaks, cuts gas line at state office in Lombard

    Wall breaks, cuts gas line at state office in Lombard
    Emergency crews were on-scene after the partial breakdown of a brick wall outside an Illinois unemployment office in Lombard severed a gas line this morning. Crews from the natural gas utility Nicor, Inc., were called to the facility at 837 S....

    Vehicle smashes into gas meter near Elgin

    Authorities in unincorporated Kane County in Plato Township this evening were called to the scene of a minivan that crashed into a natural gas meter, requiring the evacuation of about six nearby homes. None of the six people inside the 2001 Chevrolet...

    Woman rescued seconds before home collapses

    Ron Shockley was working on a damaged cable in Park Forest when he heard a loud blast that shook his work tent. Then a woman began screaming. He and a co-worker ran three blocks toward the sound of the explosion and saw a woman in a nightgown standing...

    Toxic coal tar sites take decades to clean up

    Toxic coal tar sites take decades to clean up
    Ray Hott bought a strip of land in DeKalb so he'd have a place to store his collection of cars. He converted an old union hall on the property into a part-garage, part-apartment, and planted a garden that sprouted huge tomatoes. That was four years ago....