BERWYN – Berwyn elementary school district leaders joined together to call for a change to the school funding formula in Illinois during a town hall meeting April 19 at Havlicek Elementary School in Berwyn. "We want to talk to you about school funding in Illinois and what is happening and how we can all engage and get involved, so that we can ensure that all of our students receive the resources that they deserve and should have," Berwyn North School District 98 Superintendent Carmen Ayala said.
LA GRANGE – Newly elected La Grange trustee Lou Gale is excited to get started in his role on the La Grange Village Board after unseating longtime trustee Mark Langan in a tight four-way race for three seats. Newcomer Gale led the race against three incumbents with 25.65 percent of the vote, or 975 votes – just two more than Dave McCarty's 973, which garnered him 25.6 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results.
(Continued from Page 1) LA GRANGE - With the local election fast approaching April 4, candidates running in village of La Grange races recently sat down to talk with voters during a forum organized by the Citizens' Council of La Grange.
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