DuPage County Sheriff says detectives continue to search for a man who went missing six years ago in unincorporated West Chicago.
- POLICE & FIRE
Saturday, February 23
DuPage County Sheriff’s detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in their investigation into finding a man who went missing in unincorporated West Chicago six years ago, Sheriff John Zaruba said in a statement Thursday. John Spira, 51, was last seen at about 7 p.m. February 23, 2007 at Universal Cable Construction in Unincorporated West Chicago, a business he co-owns with David Stubben, according to a news release from the sheriff's office. Spira and Stubben were the last two employees at Universal Cable Construction that evening. Spira and a friend planned to meet at a restaurant in Oak Brook at 8:30 p.m., but Spira never showed and no one heard from him. Seven months after John’s disappearance, the Universal Cable Construction …
Local, county, and state officials gather for festivities, ribbon-cutting before span opens to vehicles; pedestrian/bike portion of bridge to open in the spring.
Local, county, and state officials gather for festivities, ribbon-cutting before span opens to vehicles; pedestrian/bike portion of bridge to open in the spring. Overcast skies and drizzly conditions failed to dampen spirits Saturday morning as city, county and state officials — part of a crowd of as many as 170 people — gathered to the opening of a bridge that began as the seeds of an idea first planted 92 years ago. Members of the St. Charles City Council, city staff and other officials braved chilly winds that buffeted the new span about 11 a.m., when St. Charles Mayor Donald DeWitte, wielding an oversized pair of ceremonial scissors, shouted “Merry Christmas St. Charles” as he cut a large ribbon to mark the opening of the Red Gate …