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League of Women Voters forum in Glen Ellyn to discuss gun violence.
The chefs will take part in “Chicago Dish: A Chefs Roundtable,” a lively discussion about creativity, challenge and using their seat at the table to advocate for others.
Suzanne Armato of Downers Grove will bring 30 years of nonprofit leadership to her new role, which begins Oct. 1.
Attorney Nubia Willman, director of Chicago's Office of New Americans, will speak at Elmhurst University, presenting “There is No Line: Demystifying Our Complex Immigration System.”
Elgin Community College is planning a $55 million manufacturing center that will provide state-of-the-art classroom space for HVAC-R, mechatronics, industrial maintenance, energy management, computer numerical controls and welding programs.
This is one train to catch before it departs on Oct. 23.
There's no shortage of autumn and Halloween events upcoming events throughout DuPage County.
The Education Foundation of Downers Grove District 58's the ninth annual Oktoberfest celebration is set for this weekend.
The arboretum has established a new garden, which opens Sunday, on roughly the same footprint as the original, preserving the perimeter hedge and the unspoiled views of the four pillars.
Metra commuter trains will run as scheduled after a tentative labor deal to avert a freight rail strike was announced, the agency said.
Metra expects Milwaukee District trains will run Friday along with three other lines but the popular Union Pacific Northwest, North and West, as well as BNSF routes will be sidelined if freight rail workers strike.
A youth programs manager for the Naperville-based Conservation Foundation has been appointed to a vacant seat on the DuPage County Board.
The strike would affect four of Metra's busiest lines, the BNSF and Union Pacific North, Northwest and West.
It is specially designed to fight the current version of the virus.
The new booster is available free to anyone 12 and older who has already received the original vaccine course. More than 700,000 doses of the newest booster were shipped to Illinois providers last week.