For former Illinois state Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton), her recent decision to run in 2020 against U.S. Rep. Sean Casten (D-Downers Grove) in the 6th Congressional District comes down to her love for America.
Known as the “Pioneer of Latino Rights in the Workforce,” Emilio Berrios, 99, will serve as the Grand Marshal of the 47th Aurora Puerto Rican Heritage Parade on Sunday, July 28 at noon in downtown Aurora.
Dundee Township Republican precinct committeewoman Linda Prestia argues that the recent FBI raid on the home of one of House Speaker Mike Madigan’s (D-Chicago) closest former associates is indicative of how deep political corruption runs in Illinois and how weary of it voters have grown.
Thinking about going solar? Residents throughout Cook, Kane, DuPage, and Will counties have an opportunity to participate in Solarize Chicagoland, a grassroots program combining volume purchasing with community education to make solar more
Mayor Richard C. Irvin is ready to explore the latest in leadership and management practices, as one of 41 mayors chosen for an intensive education program with the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.
Newly elected Illinois state Rep. Dan Ugaste (R-Geneva) wasn't surprised by the news recently reported by the Illinois Policy Institute (IPI) that the state’s new $45 billion capital spending plan is riddled with 'pork-barrel projects.'
Illinois state Sen. Don DeWitte (R-St. Charles) made sure he was recently among those on hand at Minerallac Traditional in Kane County to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the family-owned electrical supply business.
Hillard Heintze, the consulting group selected to conduct the independent professional standards investigation surrounding the DeCynthia Clements case, has completed their investigation in its entirety.