DuPage County Board seeks resident input


By Staff reportsElmhurst Press  

Posted Jun 23, 2011 

Elmhurst, IL —

As the DuPage County Board begins to develop to the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget, residents have been asked to contribute by expressing which services matter most and are of highest priority in their community.  According to a DuPage County News Release, County Board Chairman Dan Cronin feels residents’ feedback is most valuable when preparing for the budget process, especially when economic turbulence is in full swing. 



Cubs go to bat for LGBT youth


Team becomes just 2nd in U.S. pro sports to align with ‘It Gets Better’ campaign

Rex W. Huppke, Tribune reporter

9:28 p.m. CDT, June 22, 2011

The Cubs are sending a message of support to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth, becoming only the second professional sports team in the country to join the anti-bullying “It Gets Better” campaign.