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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.

Population: 40438
Local Newspapers: Chicago Sun-Times Chicago Reader Chicago Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Chicago White Sox Cubs Bears Blackhawks & Bulls
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Zip Codes associated with carol stream, illinois: 60188
Towns/Cities near carol stream, illinois : Glendale Heights Wheaton Bloomingdale Cloverdale Glen Ellyn Wayne St Charles

Carol Stream News
IGP buys Royal Die & Stamping

Headquartered in Carol Stream, Illinois, RDS is a leading supplier of high-precision, critical electrical connectivity components for automotive and industrial applications. The Company designs and manufactures a broad portfolio of battery terminals, eyelet terminals, fuse components and lead frames, amongst other electrical connectivity-focused products, using complex alloys.

Glenbard North to stage 'The Last Night of Ballyhoo'

Set in 1939 in Atlanta during the world premiere of "Gone with the Wind" and just after Hitler's invasion of Poland, Alfred Uhry's Tony Award-winning comedy "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" presents a look into the lives of the upper-crust Jewish Freitag family. Glenbard North High School will present the show at 7:30 p.m. Thursday to Saturday, May 4-6, in the Little Theatre at Glenbard North, 990 Kuhn Road, Carol Stream.

Glenbard to host film screening, discussion of screen time balance

The Glenbard Parent Series: Navigating Healthy Families will host a screening of the documentary "Screenagers," followed by a discussion with the film's producer/director, Delaney Ruston, MD. This award-winning film explores family struggles over social media, video games and internet addiction.

Glenbard North to present "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"

Alfred Uhry's "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" is set in 1939 in Atlanta, during the world premiere of "Gone with the Wind" and just after Hitler's invasion of Poland. This Tony Award-winning comedy presents a look into the lives of the upper-crust Jewish Freitag family: Adolf, owner of the Dixie Bedding Company; his widowed sister, Boo; and widowed sister-in-law, Reba; as well as nieces Lala and Sunny.

Windsor Park employee receives Inspiration Award

From left: Terri Cunliffe, president and CEO of Covenant Retirement Communities; Hannah Meyers, resident life director at Windsor Park; Adrian Ursache, life enrichment coordinator at Windsor Park and recipient of the Inspiration Award; and Andrew Clauson, Windsor Park's executive director. During the 2017 Inspiration Awards Ceremony in St. Charles, Ill., Adrian Ursache, life enrichment coordinator at Windsor Park -- one of 15 retirement communities operated by Covenant Retirement Communities -- received the Inspiration Award for demonstrating excellence in service standards and behaviors.

Man sues St. Charles bar, Carol Stream man over bathroom attack

An Elburn man has sued a downtown St. Charles bar, arguing he was beaten in May 2016 by an overserved patron. Christopher Darlak filed the lawsuit in Kane County, seeking unspecified damages from Alley 64 , 212 W. Main St., and Brian Ferrill, of Carol Stream.

Gary Avenue in line for bike path, bus shelters

Construction could begin next year on a DuPage County project to add a nearly 3-mile bike path along Gary Avenue in Carol Stream. The asphalt path will provide a link to the Great Western Trail at its southernmost end and serve commuters who will soon be able to wait for the bus under shelters Pace is installing at key intersections on the county road.

Businesses urge DuPage County to lift video gambling ban

Some businesses have asked DuPage County to lift its nearly eight-year ban on video gambling machines in unincorporated parts of the county. Almost eight years after DuPage became the first county in the state to ban video gambling machines, some businesses and a Veterans of Foreign Wars post are calling for the prohibition to be repealed.

Archaeologist to Discuss Current Excavations in Ancient Israel

The Windsor Park Center for Lifelong Learning program will host Dr. Dan Masters on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at 10 a.m. The director of the Harvard University excavations at Ashdod, Gaza, and Ashkelon, will present, "The Status of Current Excavations in the Philistine Cities of Ancient Israel." Masters is an expert biblical and Mid-East archaeologist.

False alarm: No whooping cough at Carol Stream school

DuPage County health officials have determined a student at Evergreen Elementary School in Carol Stream does not have whooping cough. Evergreen Principal Laura Pfanenstiel sent letters to parents warning that students may have been exposed to whooping cough or pertussis.

Glenbard North students to host elected officials forum

As part of the local government unit in class, students researched county, village, park, library and school boards in Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Glendale Heights and Hanover Park. Each student contacted members of the governing boards and invited them to the forum.

Why most voters have few choices at the polls

Voters in Tuesday's local elections will have a choice in barely 30 percent of suburban races. Many races have too few candidates to fill open seats.

Benjamin District 25 seeks money for building repairs, upgrades

Benjamin Elementary District 25 voters on Tuesday will decide whether to give the district permission to borrow $4.9 million to pursue a list of capital projects, including upgrading science labs and replacing aging technology. The district already plans to borrow roughly $2 million to pay for construction projects this summer.

Commissioner has been builder for safety

I met Martin McManamon on a cold February four years ago as he canvassed our neighborhood in his first election as Wayne Township Highway Commissioner. He asked "What can I do?" I said, "Build a trail."

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