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Subject was employed by a company to take photos of schools, restaurants, and local amenities
The Ogle County Sheriff’s Office wants to talk to the driver of a black Audi with Indiana plates that superintendents in Creston and Kings say was taking photos from the road in front of their schools.
Kimberly Radostits, 2022 Illinois Teacher of the Year, was invited to the White House for a back-to-school event. She brought along Oregon Junior-Senior High School Assistant Principal Shannon Cremeens and OJSHS seniors and aspiring teachers Nora Hammer and Marcus Gilberto.
Caitlyn Drzyzga, 21, of Lockport, representing Joliet Junior College, earned first place at the American Culinary Federation National Convention in New Orleans.
College can be an exciting time, but it can also bring new financial challenges that produce anxiety and stress.
Try as you might to ignore it, summer break is nearing an end, and school buses will be rumbling down the road soon.
Sofia Corona Orozco and Ken Sledzinski are recipients of this year’s Mother Teresa Award for Campus Ministry.
An Elmhurst University program that encourages underserved and uncertain students to embrace the idea of attending college has been awarded a highly competitive National Endowment for the Humanities grant worth $59,400.
Montini Catholic High School's Pax Christi Instrument of Peace Award recipient is Sara Severin of Downers Grove, who also is the valedictorian of the class of 2023.
A festive concert of Brazilian choro music will be performed at 7 p.m. June 16, on the high school's north lawn.
The school cut the ribbon on its new E-celerator Innovation Space, and applauded two students whose idea took first prize in the competitive Big Idea startup pitch contest.
Minooka Community High School junior Taylor Rodriguez has been accepted into the Exelon Foundation STEM Leadership Academy at University of Illinois-Chicago this summer.
With two Tri-Cities dancers as the star-crossed lovers, the Beth Fowler Dance Company and Beth Fowler School of Dance will close its season with a performance of “West Side Story and More.”
The pantry, which serves communities in DuPage and Will counties, seeks financial donations of any amount.
Angie Abraham, a sophomore at Glenbard West High School, and Emily Puchalski, a junior at Glenbard South, won the inaugural Glenbard Democracy Challenge.