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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
Felony warrant issued for Batavia shooting suspect

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Lawmaker: Candidate was sexist, racist, asked another about sexual identity

Pressure is mounting for Winfield Township Republican Chairman Burt Minor to withdraw from the GOP primary for the 42nd Illinois House because of allegations he used a racial slur during a fall meeting with Republican attorney general candidate Erika Harold and asked her about her sexual orientation. Harold and Republican state Rep. Peter Breen said the comments came during an Oct. 12 meeting in Carol Stream when Harold, 37, was meeting with local Republicans individually to introduce herself and explain her campaign.

Flood-control facilities operating as rain sweeps DuPage County

DuPage County officials say they're operating most of their major flood-control facilities today as well as all their smaller, gravity-operated facilities following overnight storms that dumped between 1.1 inches and 2.15 inches of rain countywide. The precipitation raised elevations in Salt Creek and the West Branch of the DuPage River enough to trigger operation of the county's large flood-control facilities, including the Elmhurst Quarry, Fawell Dam in Naperville, Spring Creek Reservoir in Bloomingdale and the Armstrong Park Reservoirs in Carol Stream.

Wheaton vigil honors Florida shooting victimsThe 17 people killed in...

Mourners gathered Sunday outside Wheaton Warrenville South High School for a vigil in memory of the Florida school shooting victims. The 17 people killed in the Valentine's Day school shooting in Parkland, Florida, were remembered in a candlelight vigil Sunday in Wheaton.

Des Plaines Office Equipment works with Alpha Baking Company on...

We try to be a true partner to our customers, and I'm pleased that Alpha Baking has been using our warehouse and dock while they rebuild." CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, USA, February 18, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / -- ROCKFORD and CAROL STREAM, IL -- When Vic Miceli , co-owner and Vice-President of Des Plaines Office Equipment learned of the plight of Chicago-based Alpha Baking , he knew that he wanted to help.

West Chicago teachers rally as strike deadline looms

With the threat of a strike looming, about 100 West Chicago High School teachers and students marched this afternoon from the school to rally outside district headquarters in advance of a last-ditch negotiating effort between the union and school board. The union, which represents 141 teachers, has said it will strike Friday if a settlement isn't reached tonight, canceling classes for roughly 2,100 students from West Chicago, Carol Stream and Winfield.

A letter to Florida and other mass shooting survivors

Editor's note: Lauren Carr of Carol Stream was at a memorial wreath-laying Wednesday at Northern Illinois University in honor of five students killed by a gunman in 2008 when news broke of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Unable to sleep that night, she composed a letter to the grieving community of Parkland, Florida.

NIU pauses to remember mass shooting 10 years ago

Bells were tolled at 3:06 p.m. Wednesday at Northern Illinois University, marking the 10th anniversary of a Valentine's Day campus shooting in which five students were killed just as news began breaking of another mass shooting at a school in Florida. Wreaths were laid on the DeKalb campus at the Peaceful Reflection Garden created outside Cole Hall, the site of the shooting in 2008.

Attorneys for cops convicted in drug ring: Show us evidence that...

Former Schaumburg police officer John Cichy woke Wednesday a free man, no longer burdened by dozens of felony charges that pointed to his involvement in a drug ring. Meanwhile, his two co-defendants, also former Schaumburg officers, are on their way back to Illinois prisons to resume serving 24- and 26-year prison sentences in connection with the same drug operation.

A decade later, NIU campus recalls horror of shootings

Five slain students are honored with their names inscribed on five red granite slabs in a memorial garden outside Cole Hall. A man carrying a shotgun and three pistols stepped onto a Northern Illinois University lecture hall stage at 3:06 p.m. on Valentine's Day 2008 and opened fire on students attending an introductory geology class.

A decade later, NIU shooting survivors try to reclaim normalcy

Community members gather to remember the five people killed in the 2008 Cole Hall shooting at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. Community members gather to remember the five people killed in the 2008 Cole Hall shooting at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.

Illinois university to mark 10-year anniversary of shooting

In this Feb. 6, 2018 photo, former Illinois State University student Maria Christiansen sits with her son Sebastian, 2, in their home in Cortland, Ill. She was shot and nearly killed in a 2008 shooting at NIU Feb. 14, 2008.

Woodridge mayor outlines new businesses coming to town

As part of its growth strategy across the suburbs, Arlington Heights-based Amita Health plans on opening several medical office complexes across the suburbs in the coming year, including this one in Carol Stream. Amita is also moving to the vacant Dominick's building in Woodridge and will house physician offices, immediate care and physical therapy services.

10 years after NIU shooting, families, victims move forward in their...

The news from Northern Illinois University on Feb. 14, 2008, traumatized many and shattered the families of five students who were killed in a classroom shooting. "To survive the first 10 minutes was a monumental task," remembers Eric Mace of downstate Petersburg, who with his wife, Mary Kay, lost their only child, Ryanne, 19, who grew up in Carpentersville.

Snow was steady but not a disaster; more is on the waySnow came down...

Snow came down steadily Thursday night and throughout Friday, but it didn't lead to the wintry nightmare many folks in the Chicago area feared. Yes, schools closed, as did many libraries and some government offices and private businesses.

District 94 teachers, board remain far apart on salary, benefits

West Chicago High School District 94 teachers say despite a lack of progress in Wednesday night's contract talks with the school board, they'll try again on Monday. After nearly two years of talks, the two sides remain far apart on salaries, health benefits and other key issues that led the union first to declare an impasse and then last week to file a 10-day notice of its intent to strike, allowing the 194 teachers to walk off the job as early as Monday.

5 minutes with ... Take the Reins

West suburban Take the Reins -- Dave Burke, from left, Matt Benson, Courtney Boyers, Erik Hilger and Dan Duffy -- revel in being a little bit punk, a little bit rock 'n' roll. Take the Reins was my extra fry.

West Chicago Dist. 94, teachers resume contract talks under threat of strike

West Chicago High School teachers who staged an informational picket last month are expected to conduct another demonstration outside district offices while negotiators resume contract talks Wednesday. Negotiators for West Chicago High School District 94 and its teachers union will return to the bargaining table Wednesday with the looming threat of a possible strike.

Richard Gerig named Outstanding Citizen of the City of Wheaton

Richard "Dick" Gerig was named Outstanding Citizen of the City of Wheaton, an honor bestowed to only three other individuals in the city's history who have contributed to making Wheaton a better place to live. Pictured, Dick and his wife, Juliana.

Founding member of Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva dies at age 78

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