An Illinois resident from the 6th District, who recently assumed command of U.N. security forces in the Korea Peninsula, was honored before the U.S. House of Representatives, according to a press release from Congressman Peter Roskam (R-IL).
Although Boeing was prohibited from completing the sale of $20 billion worth of aircraft to Iran once President Donald Trump canceled his predecessor’s nuclear accord with the nation, criticism from U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) may have delayed completion of the deal for the past two years.
Although President Donald Trump publicly toyed with the idea of pardoning two of his former “The Apprentice” TV show contestants, U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) issued an objection to commuting former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s prison sentence.
Tuesday's election helped determine which Republicans and Democrats will be squaring off in five House races come November and also settled ballot questions on raising property taxes or issuing bonds in several districts.
Although last-minute wranglings with the school board have averted a strike for some 140 teachers represented by the West Chicago High School Teachers Association, the scrutiny surrounding the talks has raised serious questions about how teachers’ pay and benefits are calculated.
During Monday’s episode of Chicago’s Morning Answer on AM 560, hosts Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson discussed whether Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign’s alleged Russian collusion had been conducted impartially.
Although it may have lost 47-0 against West Aurora High School on Sept. 8, there was still a victory of sorts for East Aurora High School, as the longstanding rivalry played out as the first game in a newly constructed, $7 million stadium.
Young adults in West Chicago can learn practical ways to launch a successful professional career from Make Your Way (MYWay), a program sponsored by the DuPage County Workforce Development Division, according to a press release.
A grant program to help fund water-quality improvement projects in DuPage County is accepting applications until Jan. 12, according to a press release from the county’s Stormwater Management Committee.
Echoing a move made by many other cash-strapped communities, Naperville is weighing whether to make permanent a temporary tax hike set to expire at year’s end, a proposal that has triggered criticism from some quarters.