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  • 2014 in review: Wheaton and Glen Ellyn

    2014 in review: Wheaton and Glen Ellyn
    New rules for selling alcohol, deals for downtown development, a fight over land at Butterfield and Route 53, and changes in longtime institutions marked 2014 in Wheaton and Glen Ellyn. Here's a look at some of the major events in the last year in these...
  • 2014 in review: Naperville

    2014 in review: Naperville
    Throughout the year, Naperville-area residents saw new leaders take the helm of major organizations and new commercial developments take shape. They also debated puppy mills, bar rules and school support programs. Here's a look at those stories and others...
  • The future of Israel

    For more than a half-century, since the United Nations partitioned the British Mandated state of Palestine so as to create a National Home for the Jewish People, in part of what had until the First World War been a part of the Ottoman Empire, the land...
  • John E. Felch Jr.: Strong public commitment needed to end homelessness

    John E. Felch Jr.: Strong public commitment needed to end homelessness
    This is the time of year when we take stock of those things for which we are so grateful, especially our families and our homes. It is also the time of year when our compassion is strongest for those who have less or are homeless through no fault of their...
  • New Newport Councilwoman Dixon listens to residents' needs

    New Newport Councilwoman Dixon listens to residents' needs
    For newly elected Newport Beach Mayor Pro Tem Diane Dixon, an interest in politics is a family affair. With two journalists for parents, a sister who just finished a stint on the Costa Mesa City Council and an upbringing that centered on local...
  • Ukrainian lawmakers vote to end nation's nonaligned status

    Ukrainian lawmakers vote to end nation's nonaligned status
    The Ukrainian parliament voted Tuesday to end the nation’s nonaligned status in the face of Russian aggression, angering Moscow and potentially opening the way to NATO membership in years to come. The nonaligned policy, a vestige of the nation&...
  • Hinsdale District 86 School Board member called out for late taxes

     Hinsdale District 86 School Board member called out for late taxes
    A Hinsdale Township High School District 86 school board member has come under fire for not paying his property taxes on time. Ed Corcoran, chairman of Hinsdale Township High School District 86's finance committee, paid property taxes that were due in...
  • Hogan names health secretary, 'Bay Cabinet'

    Hogan names health secretary, 'Bay Cabinet'
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan named a former Democratic lawmaker from Southern Maryland as the state's health secretary Tuesday as he continued to fill key posts in his administration. In addition to appointing former Del. Van T. Mitchell to head the Department...
  • Exiting O.C. Supervisor Moorlach weighs state Senate run

    After eight years on the Orange County Board of Supervisors, and more than a decade before that as the county treasurer, John Moorlach now finds himself in the midst of emptying out his office. But where exactly the Costa Mesa resident will be unpacking...
  • Governors may not have edge in 2016 presidential race

    In 1947, U.S. historian Wilfred E. Binkley took stock of the 13 men who had been president since the end of the Civil War and reached a stark conclusion: Governorship was “a training school for successful presidents.” The seven ex-governors on...
  • 'Dreamer' immigrants in Arizona get driver's licenses after legal fight

    'Dreamer' immigrants in Arizona get driver's licenses after legal fight
    Sunrise was still hours away when Ramon Maldonado showed up at an Arizona Department of Transportation office Monday hoping to get a driver’s license. After waiting 2 1/2 years for permission to take the exam, Maldonado wasn’t about to...