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The Hanover Park village board will wait until October to decide whether construction on Celebrity Circle, the road officals say is in worse condition than any other in the village, will begin this year or next.
Elgin's first "Let's Move" event will take place Sept. 20. "I want anybody, everybody, to participate, but definitely I would want the kids there, because this is something for them," said Dr. Terri Dallas-Prunskis, who spearheaded the event.
A top College of DuPage administrator who was placed on paid leave and is fighting to save her job has been made a scapegoat by the school's new leadership, her attorney says. She disputes nine reasons the college says she should be fired.