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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
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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

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Christianity Today President-CEO to Retire in 2019

Contact: Cory Whitehead, Christianity Today , 630-260-6200 ext 4220, cwhitehead@christianitytoday.com CAROL STREAM, Ill., June 21, 2018 / Christian Newswire / -- Christianity Today has announced the pending retirement of ministry president and chief executive officer Harold B. Smith, effective May 1 of next year. Speaking on behalf of the board, CT Board chair Gene Habecker said that: "While we are saddened to see this passionate, mission-driven leader draw his time to a close, we are nevertheless deeply grateful for the work Harold and the exceptional staff have done over this time to re-envision this communication ministry for today's and tomorrow's church leaders and culture makers."

Glendale Heights teen charged in gang-related shooting death of Carol ...

A Glendale Heights teenager has been charged as an adult in Thursday's gang-related shooting death of a Carol Stream man, according to DuPage County prosecutors. Jesse Garza, 17, was charged during the weekend with first-degree murder in the death of Miguel Reynoso, 20, whom authorities described as a gang rival.

Police: Carol Stream man dies after shooting in Addison

Addison police are investigating the death of a 20-year-old Carol Stream man after a shooting Thursday night in Addison. Miguel Reynoso was found Thursday on the 700 block of Lippert Lane in Glendale Heights and was pronounced dead of an apparent gunshot wound, Addison police said in a Facebook post on Friday.

Carol Stream man found shot to death in Glendale Heights, police say

A 20-year-old man from Carol Stream was found shot to death Thursday afternoon in Glendale Heights, police said. Police in Addison received a report of gunshots in the area of the 500 block of South Green Oaks Court, according to the Facebook post.

Questions raised in DuPage court about ex-Schaumburg cop's sentencing for role in drug ring

A judge Thursday ruled that prosecutors may challenge claims that a former Schaumburg police officer involved in a drug ring was improperly sentenced to 24 years in prison. But the judge appeared to give short shrift to the claim that the ex-cop Terrance O'Brien's conviction should be overturned.

"I couldn't help but see all these GIs floating in the water": Veterans remember D-Day

Dick Rung, right, says it's important for World War II veterans like he Dominick Errichiello, both 93, to educate younger generations about turning points in the war, such as the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France 74 years ago. Rung served in the Navy and Errichiello in the Army, and both landed in Omaha Beach in June 6, 1944.

When was the hottest Indianapolis 500?

Dear Tom, I read that this year's Indianapolis 500 race was the second hottest day in the race's history with a high of 91. What year was the hottest? - Marion King, Carol Stream Dear Marion, The hottest Indianapolis 500, won by Wilbur Shaw, took place on May 31, 1937, in 92-degree heat. That eclipsed not only this year's steamy race but three others run in 2012, 1953 and 1919, all when the mercury peaked at 91. Two other race days recorded highs of 90 degrees in the back-to-back races of 1977 and 1978.

Barn Owl Garden Center to celebrate 15 years

Barn Owl Garden Center, a family-owned business in Carol Stream, is celebrating its 15th year serving the local community. Barn Owl Garden Center, a family-owned business in Carol Stream, is celebrating its 15th year serving the local community.

Telling a story through his camera'

Finalists for The Times employee of the year award were Linda Colwell, Linda Moore and photographer Tom Sistak, who was named 2017 employee of the year. He got his first photojournalism job at the Carol Stream Examiner to give it a try and worked for other suburban newspapers, before coming to what was The Daily Times 27 years ago.

Man charged with pistol-whipping clerk, robbing Naperville gas station

A 19-year-old man accused of holding up a Naperville gas station with the help of two accomplices has been charged with armed robbery with a firearm and aggravated robbery, officials said. Robert Hill, of Carol Stream, and two other suspects - all wearing masks - went into a Speedway gas station in Naperville on Oct. 15 and struck a clerk in the back of the head with a gun, according to a news release from DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin and Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall.

Harbor House receives new roof

Fleeing from the violence of an abusive home life, women and children who seek the safety of Harbor House - the only shelter serving victims of domestic violence in Kankakee and Iroquois counties - now can sleep better. The 50-plus year-old facility now has a brand new roof.

Chip Miceli named on Difference Maker list

Chip Miceli, CEO of Des Plaines Office Equipment, a 63-year old document generation/managed network services firm with three area locations and several in Indiana, was recently named to the prestigious 2018 "Difference Makers" list published by ENX Magazine. Chip Miceli, CEO of Des Plaines Office Equipment , a 63-year old document generation/managed network services firm with three area locations and several in Indiana, was recently named to the prestigious 2018 "Difference Makers" list published by ENX Magazine .

DuPage County judge rejects ex-Schaumburg cop's bid to change guilty plea in drug-ring case

A judge dismissed the post-conviction petition of former Schaumburg police officer Matthew Hudak, who sought to back out of his 2014 guilty plea in connection with operating a drug ring. A judge dismissed the post-conviction petition of former Schaumburg police officer Matthew Hudak, who sought to back out of his 2014 guilty plea in connection with operating a drug ring.

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