New Naperville Mayor Looking To Take Pressure Off Of Property Tax Payers The new mayor of Naperville wants to restore some balance as far as property taxes go in the state's fourth largest city, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore. Naperville Mayor Cool To Governor’s Anti-Labor Agenda Steve Chirico says his city gets along with unions, but Naperville leaders support other aspects of Gov. Bruce Rauner's "Turnaround Agenda."
Gov. Rauner’s New State Prisons Chief Abruptly Resigns Gov. Rauner Rattles Saber In Op-Ed Piece; Can State Budget Deadline Be Met? State School Board Says PARCC Exam Will Be Shorter Next Year O’Hare Getting $782 Million Consolidated Rental Car Facility Fired Rutherford Employees Seek Back Pay, Threaten Lawsuit Two Years Later, Aldermen Finally Pick Independent Budget Analyst E15 Mandate Resurfaces A Month After $20,000 Contribution To Alderman Fundraising Effort Aims To Repair Rundown Governor’s Mansion
Police: Man Fatally Shot In Humboldt Park A man was shot to death Sunday afternoon in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on the West Side, police said. Memorial Service Held For Boy, 10, Killed In I-94 Crash It was a somber day at Saint Mary's Jacobite Church in Waukegan where a memorial service was held for 10-year-old Reeve Mathew.
Local Girls Soccer Player Wins MVP Of National Tournament Boy Found Near Jackson Park Reunited With Family Naperville Quintuplets Graduate High School New Naperville Mayor Looking To Take Pressure Off Of Property Tax Payers Thousands Pedal Down LSD For 14th Annual Bike The Drive Authorities Search Wisconsin River For Chicago Man, 21 Warm, Rainy Sunday For Chicago Area Police Searching For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Girl, 5