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Oswego

Oswego
The Kendall County village is mostly built out to the west and north, where it abuts Yorkville, Montgomery and Aurora. But it still has some room to grow to the east and south before it meets Plainfield and Joliet. Its current population of about 27,000 will expand to 100,000 after it is built out. Read more about Oswego, IL
The Kendall County village is mostly built out to the west and north, where it abuts Yorkville, Montgomery and Aurora. But it still has some room to grow to the east and south before it meets Plainfield and Joliet. Its current population of about 27,000 will expand to 100,000 after it is built out. Read more about Oswego, IL « Show less

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  • Madigan declares legislative session a success

     
    Posted by Monique Garcia at 2:05 p.m. A new crop of House lawmakers was sworn in today at the University of Illinois at Springfield, where Democratic Speaker Michael Madigan reflected on the last two years that started with lawmakers kicking......
  • Bolingbrook police officer dies after car crash

     
    An off-duty Bolingbrook police officer died Sunday morning after a car accident in Oswego while on his way to church with this wife, officials said. …...
  • House and Senate trade competing spending plans

     
    Posted by Ray Long and Todd Wilson at 6:55 p.m. SPRINGFIELD—The Illinois House and Senate traded competing versions of state spending plans today as lawmakers debated whether they were cutting too much from education and social services in the face....
  • House fails to pass workers' compensation changes

     
    Posted by Monique Garcia and Ray Long at 8:36 p.m.; last updated at 10:51 p.m. SPRINGFIELD --- The Illinois House tonight failed to approve sweeping changes to the state's workers' compensation system. The long-in-the-works bill got 55 votes, but needed.....
  • Major public employee pension changes moving in Springfield

     
    Posted by Ray Long at 6:15 p.m. SPRINGFIELD --- Over strong union protests, the Illinois House’s top two party leaders won preliminary approval today of far-reaching pension changes that would reduce the benefits for many public workers throughout...
  • Workers' compensation reforms revived, sent to governor

     
    Posted by Monique Garcia at 9:20 p.m. SPRINGFIELD --- House lawmakers approved major changes to the state’s workers' compensation system late Tuesday, sending the overhaul to Gov. Pat Quinn, whose office has said he would sign off on the proposal......
  • Illinois Republicans dream big at state fair rally

    Illinois Republicans dream big at state fair rally
    Illinois Republicans dreamed big during a rally at the Illinois State Fair today, predicting the shaky economy that haunts Democratic President Barack Obama will turn into GOP success at the polls in 2012. GOP leaders talked about putting Illinois "in...
  • Illinois Perry, Romney backers clash on Republican primary vote

    Illinois Perry, Romney backers clash on Republican primary vote
    In a contest that matched early Mitt Romney backers against Rick Perry supporters, Illinois’ top Republicans tonight voted to keep the party's system of directly electing presidential nominating delegates in next March’s primary instead of...
  • Medical marijuana could become legal in Illinois

    Medical marijuana could become legal in Illinois
    A stricter set of rules and a surprise political alliance are helping build momentum for a long-thwarted effort to legalize marijuana for medical purposes in Illinois. Some lawmakers are looking to make cannabis available for people seeking relief from...
  • Flooding recedes, but new watches set for Friday

    Flooding recedes, but new watches set for Friday
    Floods on manyChicago-area streets were receding even as some creeks and small streams remained swollen with rains from last night and early this morning, as the National Weather Service issued another flash flood watch for the area for Friday....
  • Romney, allies buy $2.2 million of TV ad time in Illinois

    Romney, allies buy $2.2 million of TV ad time in Illinois
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney might not be campaigning in Illinois until Monday, but he’s poised to saturate the state’s airwaves during the final week before the Illinois primary. The contender and a political action...