DuPage County, Illinois Board news
DuPage County Board Chair Deborah Conroy said Monday she has decided not to pursue a resolution to censure Sheriff James Mendrick.
DuPage County Board members Tuesday vote down a request to rezone a portion of a farm near West Chicago to allow a pot dispensary.
DuPage County Board Chair Deborah Conroy Tuesday said she will seek to censure Sheriff James Mendrick.
More than 200 people attended the DuPage County Board meeting Tuesday to express support or outrage over Sheriff James Mendrick’s refusal to enforce the state’s new ban on high-powered weapons and high-capacity magazines.
DuPage County residents and several county board members are calling on Sheriff James Mendrick to either retract his statement about not enforcing the state’s ban on some firearms or step down.
DuPage County Board member Mike Childress made history again Tuesday after being appointed vice chairman of the county board.
An eventful, challenging year. A year of firsts. Here's a look back at the news of 2022 in the Suburban Life coverage area.
Six newly elected DuPage County Board members -- four of them Democrats -- will serve two years in office.
Video of what appeared to be the bullying of a special needs student at York High School in Elmhurst drew the attention of the DuPage County Board Tuesday.
Newly empowered Democrats took full control of DuPage County government Monday during a swearing-in ceremony.
The inauguration of new DuPage County Board members Monday night will make history in more ways than one.
DuPage County will close out the current budget year with a $40 million projected surplus.
State Rep. Deb Conroy is poised to become the first woman to lead the DuPage County Board, an office held only by Republican men for generations.
Democrats struggled to retain control of the DuPage County Board with several of the races for the 18 board seats still too close to call late Tuesday.
DuPagePads has asked the county to help fund winter hotel stays for homeless.