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  • Visconti Drops Out Of Race For Governor

    Visconti Drops Out Of Race For Governor
    Independent candidate Joe Visconti abruptly dropped out of the race for Connecticut governor on Sunday and endorsed Republican challenger Tom Foley. The move could provide a boost to Foley in a race recent polls have put at a dead heat. Visconti made...
  • Batavia considers lowering speed limit on residential street

    Batavia considers lowering speed limit on residential street
    Batavia aldermen assured a resident who has frequently lobbied for the city to lower its speed limits on residential streets that they are still considering the change but want to do more research. James Gorski, who lives in the 700 block of Blaine...
  • Visconti Drops Out Of Governor's Race, Supports Foley

    Visconti Drops Out Of Governor's Race, Supports Foley
    BROOKFIELD — Independent candidate Joseph Visconti abruptly dropped out of the race for governor on Sunday and endorsed Republican challenger Tom Foley. The surprise move – only two days before the election - could provide a boost to Foley in...
  • Brown makes small-town campaign stop as Kashkari courts city voters

    Brown makes small-town campaign stop as Kashkari courts city voters
    Gov. Jerry Brown held his grand finale as a gubernatorial candidate Saturday before a warm, jeans-clad crowd in this tiny Colusa County farm town, forgoing the glare of the big city on the final weekend before the Nov. 4 election to be near his family's...
  • Brittany Maynard ends her life using Oregon's assisted-suicide law

    Brittany Maynard ends her life using Oregon's assisted-suicide law
    Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old woman suffering from brain cancer who became an advocate for terminally ill patients who want to end their own lives, has died using Oregon's doctor-assisted suicide law, an advocacy group said Sunday. Maynard "passed...
  • Downers Grove to hear plan for condos as historic home faces demolition

    Downers Grove to hear plan for condos as historic home faces demolition
    Downers Grove officials are set to review a proposal for a downtown condo building at the site of a 19th-century home that residents are trying to save from demolition. The village's plan commission will discuss the application for the five-story...
  • Town gears up to mark 35th Montverde Day

    The 35th annual Montverde Day Festival and Carnival will kick off Friday from 6 to 10 p.m. with a carnival at Kirk Park, 17436 Division St. Saturday's activities run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. featuring entertainment, more than 140 vendor booths including...
  • Biker accused in taunting-video case could face drug, weapon charges, CHP says

    Biker accused in taunting-video case could face drug, weapon charges, CHP says
    First, they used a YouTube video to arrest him on suspicion of obstructing a California Highway Patrol officer. Now, officials say, they’re using what they found inside Guraurdas Khalsa’s home to lobby for illegal drugs and weapons charges....
  • Hebrew school OK'd to expand

    Burbank resident Victoria Sabonjohn was nine months pregnant when she and her husband moved into a home near Jefferson Elementary School, about a mile from Burbank Temple Emanu El, which has a preschool. “We took time driving around the...
  • Brittany Maynard, terminally ill advocate for death aids, dies at 29

    A young woman who moved to Oregon to take advantage of the state's assisted-suicide law took lethal drugs prescribed by a doctor and has died, a spokesman said Sunday. Brittany Maynard, a terminally ill woman who made headlines when she moved to...
  • FBI, friends receive packages from FSU library shooter

    FBI, friends receive packages from FSU library shooter
    Florida State University reopened its main library on Friday, the day after a gunman injured three people when he opened fire in the lobby of the building where hundreds of students were studying for final exams. Normal activities resumed on the North...