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College of DuPage faculty and staff are calling on the school's board of trustees to take care of business as elected officials boycotted a third meeting Thursday.
DuPage Sets Record With Nearly 50% Turnout, March 17, 201
Nearly 50 percent of DuPage's registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday's election, setting a new county record.
A planned renovation of the 1st Infantry Division Museum at Cantigny Park in Wheaton will provide a more complete history of the military organization, developing a new permanent exhibit focused on the infantry's mission since the end of the Vietnam War.
Having one of the top reality television programs provides a large platform for the Robertson family of Louisiana to speak about their religious faith, which "Duck Dynasty" star Missy Roberston did Saturday when addressing more than 700 women gathered at Calvary Church in Naperville for the Tenacious Faith Women's Conference.
Islamic Center Open House Draws Crowd of 1,000, March 15 2016
For almost four hours, Mansoor Syed shared information about his Islamic faith and the Prophet Muhammad with hundreds of people who attended an open house at the Islamic Center of Naperville on Sunday afternoon.
Music, STEM Rooms Added to Downers Grove Library, Oct 20, 201
After six months of construction and renovations Downers Grove Public Library officials unveiled an updated facility promising 21st century services to the community.
Infection Suspected in Death of Suburban Dogs, Oct. 26, 2014
Mac was a spirited and energetic 4-year-old Golden Retriever full of zest for life. But all that changed just over a week ago when the dog began to vomit and could no longer urinate. Within a few days Mac was dead.
Glen Ellyn Firefighter Honored for Bravery in Apartment Fire, Nov. 4, 2014
Chris Guare, a Glen Ellyn volunteer fire fighter, received a Medal of Valor from The 100 Club of DuPage County for his attempt to save a man’s life during a May 10 apartment fire in Glen Ellyn.
Naperville Marathon Raises Money for Charities, Nov. 10, 2014
A crisp and chilly morning did not dampen the spirits of more than 6,000 runners taking part in the second annual Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon.