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Health & Wellness/Regional

Keep cool while spending less on energy

SPRINGFIELD—The hottest days of summer are ahead—can you keep your home comfortable without breaking the bank? The Energy Education Council offers some simple tips to boost comfort and save on electric bills during the sultriest of days: • Make sure your air conditioner filter is clean; change or clean it monthly during the cooling season.… Keep Reading

Kaneland/Sugar Grove

D-302 balks at proposed tax district

Sugar Grove holds first meeting to discuss proposed economic development plan SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove's Joint Review Committee, created in conjunction with the village's Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district proposal, held its first meeting at Village Hall on Monday. Keep Reading

From the Editor's Desk

Editorial: How to make all rules meaningless

If a government body chooses which rules and laws to enforce, that in effect makes all rules and laws meaningless. Selective enforcement means that any group of representatives can pick and choose what the laws are at their whim, and the public will never know for certain what is and is not allowed. Keep Reading

Regional

A passion for hope:

raising awareness about the dangers of substance abuse BATAVIA—Chris' Walk began four years ago after Vicki Altepeter Foley lost her son Chris to a heroin overdose. Keep Reading

Elburn/Featured

Local storm chaser debunks tornado myths

True or false: Tornados do not typically strike valleys, and therefore are not a threat to Elburn and the surrounding area. If you answered “true,” you might be surprised to learn that tornados can indeed hit valleys and cities, travel aross rivers, and hit just about any place thought to be off limits from severe weather activity. Keep Reading

Maple Park

Built from the ground up: Wiltse Farm

MAPLE PARK—Farmers markets are flourishing around the country as more and more consumers are heeding the advice of health experts to eat foods that are locally grown. This advice is nothing new to the Wiltse family of Maple Park, who have been growing and selling produce since 1914. Keep Reading

Maple Park

Emerald Ash Borer infects Maple Park trees

Maple Park—After the discovery that some of Maple Park’s ash trees were infected by Emerald Ash Borers, Maple Park Public Works Manager Mike Miller met with Illinois Department of Agriculture's Scott Schirmer to discuss the situation. Keep Reading

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