Former Elgin Deputy Chief and current Sanford Police Chief Cecil Smith was in Ferguson, Mo., for the first community meeting between police and residents shortly after the shooting of Michael Brown last August.
The federal government Friday announced regulations aimed at enhancing the safety of mile-long trains carrying crude oil that are traveling through the Chicago area in increasing numbers and that critics say pose a huge danger to lives and property.
N. Aurora takes step toward possible dam removal Suburban Life Publications NORTH AURORA – North Aurora village trustees Monday took another step toward the possible removal of the dam near North Aurora Village Hall as they approved an...
REjournals.com Duke Realty Corporation to build 499000-square-foot warehouse in Aurora REjournals.com Duke Realty Corporation's Chicago office will soon begin construction of a new 499,154-square-foot build-to-suit warehouse for Fellowes Inc.
North Aurora takes stand against proposed state budget cuts Kane County Chronicle Metro West Council of Government represents 34 municipalities in Kane, DeKalb and Kendall counties, including Batavia, Geneva, St.
Metro West Council of Government rails against state budget cuts Kane County Chronicle Metro West Council of Government represents 34 municipalities in Kane, DeKalb and Kendall counties, including Batavia, Geneva, St.
Aurora, Illinois, has been named one of the "Smart 21" most intelligent communities of 2015 according to the Intelligent Community Forum. We have been tracking Aurora for a few years and wrote about OnLight, its nonprofit ISP, that we wrote about earlier this year.
With some 200,000 people, it is the second largest city in Illinois but it has one of the most interesting hybrids of municipal fiber and nonprofit partnerships we have come across. For this week's Community Broadband Bits podcast, Lisa Gonzalez takes the reins and interviews Rick Mervine, Alderman of the 8th Ward in Aurora.
Alderman Mervine explains why the city first invested in the fiber network and why they later decided to create OnLight to serve community anchor institutions as well as others in the community.
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