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There is a common misconception that the town was named for a waterway. But in fact, the town is named for founder Jay Stream's daughter. Jay Stream bought the land for a town after becoming frustrating while attempting to build a subdivision in nearby Naperville. His daughter, Carol Stream, was nearly killed in an automobile accident in 1957. Doctors said that her recovery might improve with good news, and so he named the town in her honor. Four months later she awoke from her coma and stated that it "odd and silly" to have a town named after her.
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Suburban lawmaker wants to end towns' spending for conventions, training
Barrington Hills Republican state Rep. David McSweeney introduced bills Friday to stop local government spending for conventions and training and state spending to rent booths at such events. Public safety would be excluded.Carol Stream Park District holds fair for job hunters
Carol Stream-area residents interested in being park district lifeguards, dance instructors, camp counselors, mini-golf clerks and more had a chance to learn about potential part-time and seasonal positions Wednesday during the district's third annual job fair. Aimed at those 16 and older, the fair provided the perfect opportunity to get a line on a part-time summer gig or, in some cases, to fill immediate openings.Church offers series on resolving conflict
Are you dealing with an overbearing boss? Having marital problems? Are your children or adult children creating havoc in your life? For eight weeks, Our Savior Lutheran Church, 1244 W. Army Trail Road, Carol Stream, will present the video-led series "Resolving Everyday Conflict." The adult Bible study will be presented twice weekly: at 9:15 a.m. Sundays starting Jan. 7 and 7 p.m. Wednesdays starting Jan. 10. "The Peacemaker Ministries series features ways that the Bible teaches us to peacefully resolve disputes," the Rev.Democrats vying to oppose Roskam give views on health care
With three candidates who are cancer survivors, health care issues are personal for several of the seven Democrats hoping to earn their party's nomination to face incumbent Republican Rep. Peter Roskam next November in the 6th Congressional District. Candidates Amanda Howland, Kelly Mazeski and Becky Anderson Wilkins each told a crowd of 800 at a recent forum in Carol Stream the basics of their cancer survival stories as they explained why affordable health care matters.Weekend picks: Catch Motown's 'Legendary Voices' at Genesee
Mary Wilson, founding member of The Supremes, shares a concert bill with Chubby Checker and Martha Reeves in the show "Legendary Voices" at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan Saturday, Dec. 30. Chubby Checker shares a concert bill with Mary Wilson and Martha Reeves in the show "Legendary Voices" at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan Saturday, Dec. 30. Young kids and their parents celebrate the New Year early at a previous Teenie Weenie New Year's Eve Ball at the Carol Stream Park District's Simkus Recreation Center.Foundation warns of drug-impaired driving this New Year's
A foundation that opposes the legalization of marijuana and other drugs is warning drivers about driving while impaired by drugs as people prepare for New Year's Eve celebrations. The Drug Free America Foundation has offices in Chicago and Florida.Police searching for missing Carol Stream woman
Authorities are searching for a 67-year-old Carol Stream woman who has been missing since Christmas night after leaving her daughter's home in the village. Police said Catherine Monckton, who suffers from early stages of dementia, left her daughter's home about 7:45 p.m. Dec. 25 on the 700 block of Penfield Drive driving a black 2014 Toyota Corolla and heading for her own home on the 100 block of Fairfield Drive.Making Christmas special for some of DuPage's homeless
But it doesn't have to be that way, members of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Carol Stream say, and that's why more than two dozen members of the congregation spent part of Monday sharing their holiday with roughly 40 prescreened homeless guests. In a party that went from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the church gym, members of the congregation and their guests shared dinner, sang carols and even got a chance to relax with comfort dogs provided by Lutheran Church Charities.Kids tell Woodfield's Santa what they really want for Christmas
Snow floated down from the domed ceiling of the Ice Palace, the staging area where children waited among videos and other diversions for their turn to whisper wishes to Santa, at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. Santa himself said the lines were shorter this year as he sat on his purple chair and took requests.
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