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The Administration and Community Affairs Committee chairman said a move to Chicago may be coming for him and his wife, and he wouldn't want to leave in the middle of a term.
Yvonne Mayer and Russell Rhoads said they won't be seeking a second term, while Sarah Lewensohn said she hasn't made a final decision yet.
Three new names for District 181 and one new name for the Hinsdale Board of Trustees are among those that will likely get the caucus' endorsement next week.
DuPage County—once a Republican stronghold—saw several Democratic victories on Election Day, leaving the GOP to question the impact of redistricting.
Patch talked to several local business owners who gave their opinions on what needs to happen to improve the small business atmosphere.
A columnist who's covered Jackson since his first days in public office suggests Obama's rise sent Jackson to his downfall.
Check out the vote totals for races affecting Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills, including the 5th and 6th congressional districts, 24th State Senate, and DuPage and Cook county boards.
The Burr Ridge mayor who had a narrow unofficial victory Tuesday night in his District 3 DuPage County Board race said he still wants to hold both offices simultaneously.
Several steps remain, however, before lower supply rates begin showing up on residents' ComEd bills.
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