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  • Development targets McChesney & Miller, downtown parking lots

    Development targets McChesney & Miller, downtown parking lots
    A developer wants to demolish the McChesney & Miller grocery store in downtown Glen Ellyn, combine that property with a village-owned commuter parking lot and construct a 185-unit apartment complex and a three-story, public parking deck. For more than a...
  • Delays but no major headaches for Metra and its riders so far

    Delays but no major headaches for Metra and its riders so far
    Metra trains were experiencing scattered delays during the evening commute Monday as the agency continued to warn commuters they may have longer waits because of the extreme cold. But Metra said it still hoped there will be no cancellations or other...
  • Metra: North Central line won't reopen until Wednesday

    Metra: North Central line won't reopen until Wednesday
    Metra's North Central line won't reopen until Wednesday as crews continue to clear and repair tracks after a freight car derailed just after midnight today near Mundelein. Canadian National isn't expected to complete the work along the single track...
  • Cops: Person struck, killed after stepping in front of Metra train

    Cops: Person struck, killed after stepping in front of Metra train
    A man died Thursday night after stepping in front of a Metra train in Pleasant Prairie, Wisc., just across the border from Illinois, officials said. The man, believed to be in his late teens or early 20s, was struck by a southbound Union Pacific-North...
  • Some cancellations but Metra 'considerably better today'

    Some cancellations but Metra 'considerably better today'
    Three Metra trains were canceled because of mechanical problems this morning, but most of the agency's 11 lines were running close to normal. “We’re doing better than previous days,” Metra spokesman Tom Miller said. “Considerably...
  • Morning commute: Scattered delays in wind-whipped snow

    Morning commute: Scattered delays in wind-whipped snow
    Metra experienced scattered delays on some lines this morning but they were nothing like the problems that plagued the commuter agency during the last arctic outbreak two weeks ago. As the peak of the rush hour ended around 9 a.m., Metra had reported at...
  • City manager appointed in Lake Forest, and other news

    News briefs from around Lake Forest and Libertyville. Lake Forest: New manager City Manager Bob Kiely has been appointed to the Illinois Municipal League's Legislative Committee, which lobbies for municipalities and for keeping decision-making...
  • Shermer Road south of Willow Road may reopen by May

    Shermer Road south of Willow Road may reopen by May
    The roadway under the Union Pacific Railroad bridge on Shermer Road near the Glenview-Northbrook border could reopen as early as May, according to officials. The strip of the road, which was crushed by a collapsed bridge after the July 4, 2012,...
  • Vehicle hit by train in Des Plaines

    Vehicle hit by train in Des Plaines
    A vehicle was struck by a Metra train in Des Plaines this afternoon, authorities said. The train, which was headed for Des Plaines from downtown Chicago, hit a vehicle at River Road in Des Plaines about 4 p.m., as it was arriving at its destination,...
  • Flood watch as late winter storm hits

    Flood watch as late winter storm hits
    Heavy rain and heavy wet snow are falling across the city and suburbs and a flood watch remains in effect for much of the Chicago area, according to the National Weather Service. The heaviest of the downfall should ease up by about 8 a.m. with scattered...
  • Metrolink to roll out collision avoidance system

    Metrolink to roll out collision avoidance system
    The Metrolink passenger railroad Thursday will become the first commuter service in the nation to roll out a sophisticated collision avoidance system designed to overcome human error. Had so-called positive train control been in place five years ago,...