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  • City sticker shock hits former Chicago resident

    City sticker shock hits former Chicago resident
    Lisa Paolantonio moved from Chicago to west suburban Geneva in April 2013.
  • Kane County officials: Police shooting justified

    Kane County officials: Police shooting justified
    Illinois State police and Kane County prosecutors have concluded that Sleepy Hollow police officers were justified in fatally shooting a man armed with a knife, State’s Attorney Joe McMahon said today. Erdenebileg Sambuunyam, 40, of Buffalo...

    Veteran judge named to lead west suburban circuit court

    Veteran judge named to lead west suburban circuit court
    A veteran Kane County jurist has been elected chief judge of the 16th judicial circuit. Judge Judith Brawka was unanimously elected last week to fill the unexpired term of Judge Robert Spence, who was named to an appellate court position, according to...

    Community service for former Aurora detective in $9,000 theft from union

    Community service for former Aurora detective in $9,000 theft from union
    A former Aurora detective was ordered to perform community service after pleading guilty Monday to taking money from a police union fund. As part of his negotiated plea on charges of misdemeanor theft, Joseph Accardi, 36, of Naperville, repaid more than...

    District 303 gets 37 transfer requests under new policy

    District 303 gets 37 transfer requests under new policy
    St. Charles Community Unit School District 303 has received 37 requests from families wanting to move their child to another school, under a new policy allowing elementary school choice district-wide, officials said Tuesday. The new policy, which was...