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  • Rauner OKs Tollway's construction plans

    Rauner OKs Tollway's construction plans
    Gov. Bruce Rauner has given the Illinois Tollway the greenlight to proceed with more than $1 billion worth of rebuilding and widening projects this year, officials said Wednesday.
  • Pace unveils plan for ambitious $2.3 billion Rapid Transit Network

    Pace unveils plan for ambitious $2.3 billion Rapid Transit Network
    A wide-ranging network of suburban bus routes could transform the way people commute and shop, connecting people to job centers in Naperville, Elgin and Elk Grove Village, according to an ambitious $2.3 billion plan shared by Pace on Tuesday. Express...

    Bruce Rauner keeps blame game campaign theme in office

    Bruce Rauner keeps blame game campaign theme in office
    Only hours after he was sworn in, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner demonstrated that his blame-the-past campaign theme didn't end Nov. 4 but will be the dominant early message as he settles in as Illinois' chief executive. From the inaugural speech he...

    Rauner spent nearly $36 a vote to become Illinois governor

    Rauner spent nearly $36 a vote to become Illinois governor
    Republican Bruce Rauner spent a record $65.3 million — or nearly $36 a vote — to become Illinois' new governor, newly filed state records showed Thursday. In the last three months of 2014 alone, Rauner spent nearly $24 million, including...

    Work on Wolf's Crossing will have to wait for the state

    Wolf’s Crossing Road, as it wends through Oswego, is in need of widening and intersection improvements to handle the already intense, and ever-growing, traffic along it. But Kendall County Board members said a planned study of the road, to be...