Channahon Telecom Tax Kicks In Early Due To MisunderstandingA misunderstanding has led to an earlier-than-planned implementation of a telecommunications tax in Channahon.
College Reduces Costs, Cuts Long-Standing Football ProgramJoliet Junior College is reducing costs by cutting its long-standing football program. The move will save the college about half a million dollars a year.
Report: Kraft Foods Seeks Incentives From StateNorthfield-based Kraft Foods reportedly the latest company looking for a incentives from the State of Illinois.
Tollway Construction Project Ends This WeekendThe final section of the Jane Addams Tollway rehab project is scheduled to end this weekend.
Teens Exercise Creativity In New Digital Library SpaceAn experiment at the Harold Washington Library Center could change the way your neighborhood library looks in the future.
Donations Pour In To Pay For Cremation For Slain Homeless ManAn outpouring of public donations has paid for the cremation of a homeless Vietnam-era veteran who was killed in downtown Elgin.
Google Lists Wrong Number For Park Ridge PoliceThe police department in Park Ridge is trying to straighten out its record with Google.
Survey: Most Cell Phone Users Prefer Talking Over TextTexting can have it's advantages, but a recent survey shows most cell phone users like to hear from people on the phone.
Report: Supervisor Used Veterans' Cemetery As Garbage DumpA supervisor is accused of using a veterans’ cemetery in southeast Wisconsin as a dumping ground.
Bill Rancic, Lettuce Entertain You Group To Open Chicago RestaurantThe local man who was the original winner on "The Apprentice" plans to open a new restaurant in Chicago.
Illinois GOP Convention May Come To Tinley ParkSouthwest suburban Tinley Park could be wall-to-wall Republican for a few days next summer.
17 Stolen Cars Found In Gary, But Many CrushedAuthorities in Gary, Ind., have found a number of stolen cars, but not all of the news is good.
Will County Teen Seeks To Save Pet Goat From EvictionA Will County teenager is trying to save her beloved pet from eviction.
State Completing Fight Against Gypsy MothsThe State of Illinois is close to completing its fight against the gypsy moth, which is laying waste to vegetation in several counties statewide.
Stink Bugs Becoming A Problem DownstateStink bugs were spotted in the Chicago area only in recent months, and now, they’re becoming a big problem downstate.