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A spokesman for the pontiff announced he will step down Feb. 28.
Caylee's Law is one of 150 new laws that take effect in 2013.
From social media privacy in the workplace to a ban on shark fins (no, really) and stricter rules for firearms card applicants, more than 150 new laws will take effect in Illinois on New Year’s Day.
Naperville scientist Foster wins 11th District seat in bid to return to Congress.
A week before the election, poll shows less than a point difference between the 11th Congressional District rivals.
Police & Fire
Robert J. Crosby of New Lenox is charged with aggravated battery after alleged altercation at Tap House Grill.
Will County health officials urge residents to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites; DuPage County reported the state's first West Nile-related death on Aug. 18;
Will County officials joined a rally last weekend to spread awareness about the devastating effects of heroin use.
'HERO HELPS' unites a grassroots organization with Will County in the face of increasing use of the drug and alarming overdose statistics. A rally April 13 aims to spread awareness of the growing problem.
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