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Retrieving an impounded vehicle that is connected with illegal activity in Homer Glen, could prove expensive, even for those who are not convicted, under an ordinance approved this week by the village. "Whether they're found guilty or not, the car's at...
Change of SubjectBill to raise Illinois interstate speed limit to 70 mph revs up debate 'Business-friendly' measure backed by public sentiment, but IDOT, insurance group say higher rate could increase fatalities. Where are the "if it saves just one innocent life?" folks.....
Illinois has its posted highway speed limit and its populist highway speed limit — a fluid relationship based mostly on driver whim and the presence of the gentlemen and ladies in state police squad cars. State Sen. Jim Oberweis, R-Sugar Grove,...
Easier traveling under the bridge at Harlem Avenue could be a long way off unless River Forest and nearby municipalities can secure funding for the $19.4 million project. The River Forest Village Board heard an update this week on a proposal to...
Des Plaines Des Plaines battled widespread flooding Friday, continuing to evacuate residents and close streets as the Des Plaines River hit historic levels. The National Weather Service reported the river level at 10.92 feet Friday afternoon, surpassing...
— The Illinois House has approved legislation that would require drivers to slow to 20 mph in a school zone any time a child is nearby, regardless of whether school is in session. The measure is aimed at toughening the current school zone law,...
Tribune reporterA dark blue Chevrolet was stuck in deep water this morning under a Metra bridge on Waukegan Road, north of Golf Road in Glenview, as the area became flooded with several inches of rain. Workers with the Illinois Department of Transportation tried to...
Tags: Glenview, Weather Warnings, Golf, Waukegan
Letters to the editor from Orland Park and Homer Glen residents. Local roadways When it comes to the proposed improvements to 159th Street in Homer Glen, who knows best? Is it John Portman, the chief engineer from the Illinois Department of...
Homer Township trustees have tabled a request from the Village of Homer Glen to bar the township and a festival committee from receiving sponsorship from anyone in litigation with the village. The township and the village are scheduled to co-host this...
Tags: Homer Glen, Trials, Arts and Culture, Springfield, Litigation
Some business owners are smoldering over an initiative that chopped hundreds of trees along Illinois Route 41 to improve visibility to businesses along a mile-long stretch of the highway in Highland Park. What was originally billed as a program to...
There is no mistaking Illinois for Kansas when it comes to driver behavior around children, state Rep. Elaine Nekritz says. "I grew up in Kansas. Everybody slowed down for school zones,'' said Nekritz, a Democrat from Northbrook who has lived in...
Clout StreetDemocratic ward and township bosses today chose Stanley Moore to succeed convicted former Cook County Commissioner William Beavers despite Moore's $3,000 fine for allegedly campaigning while on the taxpayer dime at his state job. The selection by party...
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