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Oak Park president-elect seeks to change liquor restriction

Preliminary damage estimates from flood rolling in for Lake Co.

DuPage board chairman warns businesses are leaving Illinois

DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin declared on Tuesday that the people of Illinois “are voting with their feet” and leaving a state after “drowning under the cost of government.”

“The state of Illinois is ranked number two in terms of out migration,” Cronin said at a City Club of Chicago luncheon on Wednesday. “Residents and businesses – they can’t flee soon enough.”

Westmont seeks flood relief funds

Flood cleanup to cost Naperville estimated $821,000

Plan to raze building at Hubbard Woods moves forward in Winnetka

Naperville considers extra late-night liquor permit for new pub

Storm cleanup to cost millions in DuPage

Proposed Target plans altered

New movie theaters could sell liquor