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Burr Ridge Mayor Gary Grasso is stepping down following his election to the DuPage County Board despite an earlier vow to serve in both seats. "I concluded that I could not do both jobs well," Grasso said Monday. "With a heavy heart, the proper thing to...
Tags: Local Government, Politics, Local Elections, Elections
Water may flow downhill, but water rates for DuPage County communities continue to go uphill, pushed by rate increases from the city of Chicago and by the DuPage Water Commission's increases aimed at cutting its debt and putting its financial house in...
It's a new year, and it's impossible to predict precisely what will make news in 2013. Nonetheless, there are a variety of issues and people that will likely come to the fore in 2013 in eastern DuPage County. Here are some of stories to keep an eye on...
An Evanston man charged with robbing nearly a dozen hair salons in the Chicago area was enrolled in culinary school, where he appeared deeply interested in the food and the course work — at least in the beginning, a former classmate said. She...
Special to the TribuneA Virginia man who was convicted of showing up uninvited at an Elmhurst wedding reception and trying to sexually assault a child was sentenced Friday to six years in prison. Priyang Parikh, 31, of Alexandria, Va., had been found guilty by a DuPage...
Tags: Punishment, Crime, Law and Justice, Marriage, Assault, Criminals
Tribune reporterThe federal government has signed off on an agreement allowing the existing Elgin-O’Hare Expressway to be converted into a tollway, officials said today. The U.S. Transportation Department approved an agreement allowing the Illinois Tollway to...
Special to the TribuneAn Elmhurst man has been arrested for selling marijuana and cannabis-laced candy, police said Friday. After what police described as an ongoing investigation, authorities charged Brandon J. Biggs, 23, of the 200 block of West Kimbell Avenue with...
Tags: Drug Trafficking
The historic Des Plaines Theatre's future could be in jeopardy after its owner indicated last week he was uncertain whether several required safety upgrades could be finished by the extended deadline floated by some aldermen. Owner Dhitu Bhagwakar...
In times of national distress and reflection, performances of Handel's "Messiah" seem more necessary than ever. Chicago audiences this holiday season have their choice of widely diverse versions of the beloved oratorio, from Baroque-style to sing-...
Special to the TribuneElmhurst voters will have a choice of three candidates for mayor in April's municipal election. The three, all aldermen, are Diane Gutenkauf, Steve Morley and Mark Mulliner. The position of mayor is open because former mayor Peter DiCianni resigned...
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Elmhurst has a new acting mayor, elected by the city's aldermen just hours after former Mayor Peter DiCianni resigned Monday to take a seat on the DuPage County Board. Fifth Ward Ald. Scott Levin was the unanimous choice of his fellow aldermen and...
Tags: Politics, Chris Nybo, Local Elections, Elections
Elmhurst Mayor Pete DiCianni chaired his last City Council meeting Monday, announcing that he will resign as Mayor Dec. 3, the same day he is to be sworn in as a member of the DuPage County Board. DiCianni won election earlier this month as a county...
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