LEMONT – Lemont Public Library, 50 E. Wend St., will have an Australian theme to its Lunching @ the Library at noon Thursday, June 20.
WHEATON – The grassy fields of Cantigny Park in Wheaton will be filled with music this summer with the addition of three symphony concerts starting June 22, according to a park release.
WEST CHICAGO – After West Chicago's Mexican Independence Day Celebration was canceled last year due to a lack of volunteers and vendors, the event is back and better than ever this year due to strong community support.
Reid's 3-on-3 tournament raised money for Children's Hospital of Chicago on Saturday, June 15.
Bridge Communities hosts a garden walk in Glen Ellyn on Saturday, June 15.
WHEATON – The Wheaton Public Library is offering opportunities for people to train as adult literacy tutors and "change someone's future," according to a Literacy DuPage release.
LEMONT – Construction has begun on The Lemont Park District's entranceway project at Centennial Campus.
Four recent cases of E. coli may be connected, according to a report from The Associated Press.
Several stores participated in Girls' Night Out at Chestnut Court on Friday, June 14.
A Wheaton man was sentenced to six months in jail for videotaping his 17-year-old stepdaughter without her knowledge while she was getting in and out of the shower, according to a Patch report.
Two women were arrested by the Bolingbrook Police Department Thursday and charged with unlawful delivery of heroin, according to a Patch report.
On Saturday, June 15, 2013, residents of the Towers at Four Lakes apartment complex move back home after being displaced by the flooding that hit Lisle in April.
School has been closed since end of 2010-11 school year
WHEATON – Bill and Donna Saelinger have been living off of Gables Street in Wheaton for nearly 60 years, just a stone’s throw from Winfield Creek in their backyard.
GLEN ELLYN – In 1906, Glen Ellyn women were allowed to vote for school board candidates for the first time.