WHEATON – City manager Donald Rose announced Friday, May 17 that current Deputy Fire Chief Bill
WEST CHICAGO – Two West Chicago residents were recognized by city officials after they helped save the lives of their neighbors during a fire, according to a city news release.
GLEN ELLYN – Glen Ellyn Park District's Sunset Pool and the Maryknoll Park Splash Pad are set to open May 25, as long as the temperature outside reaches 70 degrees.
GLEN ELLYN – A small fire in the bedroom closet of a home on Sheffield Court in Glen Ellyn caused no injuries, according to a news release from the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company.
BROOKFIELD – Members of the band Far-Sighted missed their chance to compete in the 2012 Battle of the Bands in Brookfield, so they were determined to make the most of their time before this year’s crowd.
WHEATON – Wheaton Bank & Trust announced the appointment of current Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer Pam Sharar-Stoppel as its new president, according to a release.
LEMONT – A compressor at the CITGO Lemont Refinery has been shut down for planned repairs.
LISLE – As Memorial Day weekend is here with holiday traffic in tow, the Lisle Police Department is making sure motorists will be buckled up.
Athletes compete at multiple sites in the IHSA state boys tennis meet on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
Seniors participate in a bean-bag tossing tournament at ESSE Adult Day Services inside Faith Lutheran Church, 41 N. Park Blvd. in Glen Ellyn on Friday, May 24, 2013. ESSE is a faith-based non-profit that offers programs for seniors and their families.
BERWYN – Berwyn police petitioned a 16-year-old expelled Morton West student to Cook County Juvenile Court for criminal trespass to state property following the lockdown at Morton West High School at 11:30 a.m. May 22.
The DuPage Invitational Sculpture Show was held at Lilacia Park in connection with Lilac Time. Sculptors from throughout DuPage County showed off their artwork for visitors May 11.
The Lombard Chamber of Commerce hosted its 54th annual lilac ball at The Carlisle on May 10.
VILLA PARK – It’s 9:30 a.m. on a Friday morning and Mr. Hugelier’s fifth-graders are settling in for their weekly D.A.R.E. class.
LOMBARD – As a special treat from Mother Nature, the lilacs were in full bloom in Lilacia Park for much of Sunday's Lilac Parade, compared to last year, when the park blossomed in March.
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