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Residents of Lenox Road and other streets close to Lake Ellyn Park voiced concerns about plans to reconfigure the road at a recent meeting of the Glen Ellyn Park District Board of Commissioners. After a long discussion that included hearing details
A financial analysis of the plan is expected by the end of November, and the Village Board has been asked to decide by Dec...Peter Barber, president of the school board, said at a two-hour community forum Nov. 10 at Beye School that the Dec...Park
Back in 1989, a memorable event took place in the heart of Aurora as part of a heartfelt, national movement. For several days in May of that year, the Veterans Memorial Moving Wall was stationed at what was then known as Illinois Avenue Island Park.
Huston, Chicago Tribune reporter The private Wilmette Harbor Association may lose its lease to manage the North Shore marina, and its members are seething that a local Park District commissioner who took part in private discussions and voted to spend
The Glen Ellyn Park District has been working with Conservation Design Forum, an ecological design company, and landscape architects Farr Associates since early June to create a master plan for the park at a cost of about $56,000. The popular 27-acre
Sunol's long and interesting history has included habitation by Native Americans, pioneering homesteaders and ranchers. The East Bay Regional Park District acquired the first Sunol acreage in 1962. Together with adjoining regional parklands, the area
The second and final pre-election open house in Gilberts will be held Wednesday evening to give residents a chance to learn more about how money from a parks and recreation tax could be used. Voters will see a binding referendum question on the Nov.
Soon after city residents cast their ballot for president they may be asked to decide the fate of their beaches. An appellate court has ordered the City of Boca Raton to go forward with a citizen group's referendum that would prohibit members-only
Construction will start early this month and the building is expected to be finished next fall. The building will be 14,000 square feet, about double the available space in the current building at 218 Madison St., according to Jan Arnold, executive
O n a busy weekend night, Home Slice Pizza on College Drive had 28 customers in its restaurant but only one car in its parking lot because 10 customers came by bicycle and the rest walked, noted owner Lynn Kitch. It wasnt like that 10 years ago,