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11/07/12 District 300 board submits final offer to teachers union
By Larissa Chinwah - Community Unit District 300 has submitted its final offer to the teachers union. The final offer includes salary increases, additional teachers to reduce class sizes at the elementary level and changes to teacher planning time. The soonest teachers... FULL STORY
11/06/12 U.S. Rep. Hultgren wins in 14th
By Larissa Chinwah - Republican incumbent Randy Hultgren has made his acceptance speech and is set to return to Washington to represent the 14th Congressional District. The Associated Press also has named him the winner. "We worked hard and have a good level of support... FULL STORY
11/06/12 Proposed U-46 tax levy would add $150 to a $5,000 tax bill
By Larissa Chinwah - [No Paragraph Style]NewsThe Elgin Area School District U-46 school board has approved a property tax levy that is about 9 percent more than the district received this year, but the actual amount the district gets will be far less, district financial... FULL STORY
11/06/12 McHenry County voters say no in 2 referendums
By Larissa Chinwah - With nearly all votes cast Tuesday in McHenry County counted, voters have overwhelmingly defeat two ballot measures related to elected offices in the county. With 100 percent of Tuesday's ballots tallied, voters by a 2 to 1 ratio said no to a ballot... FULL STORY
11/05/12 District 300 teachers union declares impasse
By Larissa Chinwah - Community Unit District 300 teachers have declared an impasse in negotiations with the school board. "But we need the Board of Education to come to the table with fairness in mind so we can complete the process soon," a union spokesman said. Board... FULL STORY
11/05/12 Why so many teachers unions threaten to strike
By Larissa Chinwah - Less than three months into the 2012 school year, eight teachers unions in the state filed intent to strike notices, five of which resulted in teachers walking out. Educators, lawmakers and union representatives say the recent spate of strikes and... FULL STORY
11/03/12 Review of Elgin infant's death could take weeks
By Larissa Chinwah - The Illinois Department of Child and Family Services is investigating the death of a 9-month-old Elgin girl who died Friday. The agency is looking into allegations of abuse and neglect against the girl's parents. FULL STORY
11/02/12 Elgin nonprofits bring it Home for the Holidays
By Larissa Chinwah - Nonprofit organizations from across Elgin joined forces Saturday for the annual Home for the Holidays extravaganza to promote upcoming holiday activities, attractions and events. FULL STORY
11/02/12 D300 contract talks to go on despite 'fruitless' meetings
By Larissa Chinwah - Negotiations between the Community Unit District 300 school board and its teachers union, LEAD300, are continuing but representatives on both sides say recent talks have been fruitless. Yet, neither side has declared an impasse and the two sides are... FULL STORY
10/31/12 Streamwood High touts benefits of solar panels
By Larissa Chinwah - In the two months since five solar panels were installed at Streamwood High School, the school has produced enough energy to power 11 houses for one day, offset enough carbon to save the equivalent of six trees and saved the school about $35 in... FULL STORY
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