A bill to provide 5G internet for cell phones and tablets by installing small cell facilities in municipalities throughout Illinois failed in the House on Wednesday despite vigorous endorsement by Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard), who argued that it would bring money and jobs to the state.
Approximately 100 local veterans of World War II and the Korean War got their due and the Honor Flight Chicago got its financial backing at the DuPage Veterans Foundation's sixth annual fundraiser recently.
Anyone wanting to clean out their own homes and help others fill theirs is being invited to an annual community recycling event hosted by Sen. Christine Radongo (R-Lemont) and Rep. Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) on May 6.
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.
Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of local government and how to get more information from it when necessary is being invited to a Better Government Association (BGA) "Watchdog Training" event in Naperville on April 24.
Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) took a moment out of a busy House floor
debate recently to Robert Adams of Winfield, an Illinoisan who has helped hundreds of homeless veterans through his charitable work.