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12/13/12 Aurora man convicted of groping woman on plane
By Elisabeth Mistretta - An Aurora man was convicted Thursday of sexually groping the inner thigh of a Chicago-area woman while they were seated next to each other aboard an airplane flying from Las Vegas to Chicago. Srinvasa S. Erramilli, 45, was found guilty of felony... FULL STORY
12/13/12 Roselle alters apartment plans after resident concerns
By Elisabeth Mistretta - A proposed apartment development at the southwest corner of Hattendorf Avenue and Prospect Street has won approval from the Roselle village board. But the vote came only after several changes were made to the plan in response to concerns about... FULL STORY
12/12/12 Dist. 10 OK's one tax increase question, rejects another
By Elisabeth Mistretta - After mulling one or two possible tax increase proposals this spring and collecting community input for several months, the Itasca Elementary District 10 school board chose to pursue only one spring referendum question. FULL STORY
12/12/12 District 2 brick sale offers piece of Bensenville history
By Elisabeth Mistretta - Bensenville Elementary District 2 will sell bricks for $25 from the former Chippewa School building in a fundraiser this weekend. "I think that building means a lot to many people in Bensenville, and many who grew up here, who want to keep that... FULL STORY
12/11/12 Bartlett woman's shaken baby conviction further challenged
By Elisabeth Mistretta - After investigating new medical studies and other developments, Northwestern University's Medill Innocence Project published findings that question whether Bartlett day care provider Pamela Jacobazzi was wrongly imprisoned for fatally shaking a... FULL STORY
12/09/12 Bensenville's 'Golden Wishes' uses donations to help seniors, disabled
By Elisabeth Mistretta - Bensenville's Golden Wishes program grants the wishes of senior citizen and disabled residents, often for requests many people take for granted. And the fairies who make them come true are local residents and businesses who donate to the cause. FULL STORY
12/07/12 Itasca launching program for visually impaired readers
By Elisabeth Mistretta - The Itasca Community Library is launching a new program that will reach out to residents with impaired vision. "There's More Than One Way to Read a Book" is an initiative that will include purchasing news materials to help vision-impaired residents... FULL STORY
12/07/12 Bensenville might build TV station in village hall
By Elisabeth Mistretta - Bensenville officials are poised to approve a measure on Tuesday to spend nearly $45,000 to construct a TV studio within village hall. The village currently has a franchise agreement to record its public education and government access programs at... FULL STORY
12/07/12 Fundraiser set for Roselle fire victims
By Elisabeth Mistretta - A fundraiser is scheduled Wednesday, Dec. 12, for a single mother whose Roselle rental home was destroyed by fire just days after she moved in. "I have never been more devastated in 56 years of life," fire victim Donna Rozycki said. FULL STORY
12/05/12 Wood Dale light conversion to save money, help environment
By Elisabeth Mistretta - Wood Dale is spending more than $223,000 to convert all the city-owned streetlights from regular bulbs to LED lights, a change officials say will be easier on finances and the environment. As a result, officials expect a rebate of more than $86,000... FULL STORY
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