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Gov. Pat Quinn visited the Robbins Park District on Saturday as part of a series of stops announcing a new plan to invest $14.4 million in south suburban parks.
The long-awaited Algonquin Bypass project that has been in the works for three years now will open Thursday, Sept.
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It's inevitable if the 2 percentage point income tax increase is rolled back, reducing state revenue by $8 billion, since education funding consumes 52 percent of General Fund revenue, says Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Paul Vallas.
As thousands of Labor Day weekend travelers inch their way through the city's expressways, they'll notice a new group of signs posted at the circle interchange.
A monument has been dedicated at a suburban Chicago cemetery that was the site of grave desecration scandal uncovered in 2009.
Gov. Pat Quinn announced the new name Friday afternoon for what's known as the Circle Interchange.
The debate over the origins of dogs that can be sold legally in Naperville will resume Tuesday night, when City Council members will take a look at their options for addressing the controversy.
Anshoo Sethi, the social-climbing young con artist who suckered prominent Illinois politicians into supporting his sham real-estate venture, has been indicted on federal charges of wire fraud and making false statements.
House Bill 8, now Public Act 098-1050 , was recently signed by Governor Pat Quinn.
The White House sent three representatives to the funeral of Michael Brown in Ferguson, yet sent none to the service for James Foley, the journalist who was beheaded by ISIS.
Earlier this week, Gov. Quinn vetoed a bill that would have allowed Illinois' toll roads to increase their maximum speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph.
Democrat Richard Durbin is a three-term U.S. senator from Illinois. In all three of his Senate elections, Durbin has been a landslide winner .
Earlier this month, Gov. Pat Quinn signed a bill that will allow state legislators to appoint two new members to the Plainfield Park District Board of Commissioners.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 01:18 am
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