Oak Brook-based Configure One is on cloud nine regarding its CPQ (configure, price, quote) software's trajectory, having successfully leveraged the growing trend to cloud-based services since the turn of the 21st century.
Citing safety for motorists and pedestrians alike, St. Charles Mayor Ray Rogina recently announced that IDOT has completed its authorization to lower the speed limit on Main Street, Illinois Route 64, with new signage planned.
Constituents straddling county lines rejected a referendum in Tuesday’s election regarding Hinsdale School District 86, with a majority of voters opposing the proposal that would have authorized $76 million in bonds to be shared between two high schools.
Even as Gov. Bruce Rauner continues to strive toward a potential state budget solution, House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) “delays and offers nothing,” the Chicago Tribune recently reported while continuing its coverage of Illinois’ hemorrhaging finances.
U.S. Reps. Randy Hultgren (R-IL) and Peter Roskam (R-IL) are hosting a Service Academy Day from 9 a.m. to noon April 22 at St. Charles East High School for any students and their families interested in U.S. service academies.
In his campaign for at-large representative on the board of Illinois School District U-46, Enoch Essendrop recently gleaned a double endorsement from one organization and one publication — both supporting his platform based on positive reforms.
Illinois lawmakers are using a seemingly surreptitious way to give themselves pay raises: creating new and useless committees for which they are automatically paid an extra $10,326 as chairmen, a Chicago-based think tank is arguing.
Dissent, dismissal and partial denial delineated the latest judicial response to a dispute between Robert Breuder and the College of DuPage when a Federal Court issued its ruling March 1, Edgar County Watchdogs divulged recently.
A lively campaign punctuated by strong competition has paid off for Randy Ramey, who won his party’s nomination for the position of Wayne Township supervisor in Feb. 28’s Republican primary and expressed gratitude via social media.
The Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW) and other defendants in a legal case related to the scandal-plagued College of Dupage (COD) recently filed multiple Prayer for Leave to Appeal briefs with the Illinois Supreme Court to have the case thrown out.
Seeking public input, DuPage County has scheduled a public meeting regarding the St. Joseph Creek noon to 1 p.m. tomorrow, Feb. 23, in room 3500B of the County Administration Building, 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton.
From tending to snowstorm cleanup to managing everyday tasks, John Dusza, current Winfield Township highway commissioner and GOP candidate for re-election, wants to continue serving his townspeople and asks constituents to re-elect him on Feb. 28.
Calling the fire department’s new Class 1 ISO rating 'an honor for the village of Westmont,' Mayor Ron Gunter recently expressed pride in Westmont’s top-notch emergency services and acknowledged the positive impact on local residents.
With a long list of local civic achievements, Republican Dona Smith — running for re-election as Winfield Township supervisor — brings her reputation of experience to the table in preparation for the Feb. 28 primary election.
Approaching a milestone anniversary, Westmont has asked for local artists to join an unusual mural project as officials coordinate plans leading up to the village’s centennial celebration in 2021 — with entries accepted through March 3.