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  • Alcohol arrests, stolen handicapped placard, and more

     
    The following items were taken from Glen Ellyn police department reports on Jan. 4: Alcohol arrests A 19-year-old woman from the 700 block of Liberty …...
  • Elmhurst Mayor Appoints Four New Members to Expanded Economic Development Commission

     
    ELMHURST, IL, April 8, 2011 – Elmhurst Mayor Peter P. “Pete” DiCianni recently appointed four residents with business experience to expand the Elmhurst Economic Development …...
  • DUIs, drug arrests, and more

     
    The following items were taken from Glen Ellyn police department reports on April 19: Alcohol arrests A 20-year-old man from the 400 block of Oak …...
  • Wilmette tops suburban Cook County in voter turnout

     
    Thanks largely to a hotly contested referendum question, Wilmette voters posted the largest turnout in Cook County at the April 5 election. While the county …...
  • City officials give update on proposed roadway projects

     
    Several large road projects, and their impact on Elmhurst, were topics of discussion when Mayor Pete DiCianni and City Manager Tom Borchert met this week …...
  • Celtics finish 14th in AAU DI tournament

     
    No matter what their team name is, these players seem to find success on a national level. The Bolingbrook-based Illinois Celtics finished 14th in the …...
  • Home buying has changed, but you can still get a mortgage

    Home buying has changed, but you can still get a mortgage
    If you're looking to buy a house, you've probably seen the headlines: Home prices are way down from just a few years ago, interest rates are at an all-time low since 1971, but mortgages are harder to get. While it's true that buyers must bring more to...
  • Cops: Man leaned out of moving car and fired shots on Eisenhower

    Cops: Man leaned out of moving car and fired shots on Eisenhower
    Charges have been filed against a man who leaned out of a moving car on the Eisenhower Expressway and shot the brother of someone he was feuding with, authorities say. The shooting briefly shut down the eastbound expressway between Maywood and Forest...
  • Storm brings brief relief, back in the 100s Friday

    Storm brings brief relief, back in the 100s Friday
    A rumbling, wind-whipping afternoon storm that passed directly over downtown Chicago brought the day’s brutal 103-degree temperature plummeting down into the 80s, though the cool down didn’t last long and Friday is still poised to break heat...
  • Michael Kuryla Jr. dies at 84; sailor survived sinking of Indianapolis in WWII

    Michael Kuryla Jr., one of 317 sailors who survived the sinking of the ill-fated Navy cruiser Indianapolis during World War II and later bonded with other activists to exonerate their ship's captain, died of cancer Oct. 3 at his home in Bartlett, Ill....
  • IDOT Releases $11 Billion Dollar Road Plan

    (WGN-AM) - A bare-bones Illinois highway improvement program would grow by billions of dollars under the capital spending blueprint that emerged from the state Senate. With or without long-awaited new funding for transportation projects, the Illinois...