Stories about the 14th Congressional District
Only about half the non-incumbent congressional candidates in the north, west or northwest suburbs have filed financial disclosure reports with the U.S. House that were due in May, records show.
The 2022 X3 gets big changes on the outside, upgrades to the cabin, and under the hood where there are improvements promising to get you up to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds. Not too shabby for a 1-year changeover.
Opinion: Farmer who leads Illinois Farm Bureau says strong domestic supply of both food, fuel needed.
We remember Gen. John A. Logan, the Illinoisan whose General Order No. 11, issued 154 years ago this month, transformed a few scattered local observances into the national holiday we now know as Memorial Day.
During an online forum Thursday night, all five Republican candidates for Illinois’ 14th Congressional District seat criticized the U.S. House committee investigating last year’s deadly assault of the U.S. Capitol.
The Morris Herald-News presents this week’s Pets of the Week
Sgt. Steve Huettemann said he believes being a police officer is more than protecting the public, it’s about serving the community.
A candy shop located in downtown Morris will instantly transport customers into their childhood with its endless supply of classic candy and old-fashioned charm.
A national group supporting Republican congressional candidates has added Illinois’ 11th District – now held by Democrat Bill Foster of Naperville – to a list of seats it’s focusing on this year.
The federal money will go towards funding key projects in DeKalb, Yorkville, St. Charles, Wauconda, Woodstock, Joliet, Crystal Lake, Richmond, Pingree Grove and Mundelein.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood is worried about the threats that elected officials and public employees are increasingly facing these days.
“When voters see these really ugly maps that politicians draw, it does a lot toward hurting the reputation of politics in the country,” U.S. Rep. Bill Foster, D-Naperville, said
The Republican-led Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 limited the amount of state and local taxes that households can deduct each year from their federal income tax to $10,000 – a cap U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood, D-Naperville hopes to undo with new legislation.
Upgrades for dozens of DeKalb’s traffic signals are included in a $20 million federal infrastructure proposal expected to be considered by a legislative committee in Washington, D.C., this week. “It would improve the efficiency and safety,” Gill said. “If you’re traveling on a corridor like [Route] 23 between DeKalb and Sycamore to go Lowe’s, Target, it’ll have better synchronization for traffic flow."