DARIEN – Musicians ages 12 to 19 are encouraged to submit an application to the Indian Prairie Public Library to be considered for a spot in The Sound, a teen musical festival featuring performances starting at 6 p.m. June 28 in Borse Park in Willowbrook.
VILLA PARK – Some residents were temporarily displaced after a Villa Park apartment fire Thursday, fire officials said.
WHEATON – DuPage County Assistant State's Attorney Joe Ruggiero has asked that Jacob Nodarse's sentencing be delayed until after Johnny Borizov has been sentenced.
ELMHURST – Don't be surprised to see Elmhurst police at Dunkin' Donuts on May 31. They're not on their break; they're raising money for Illinois Special Olympics.
HINSDALE – The District 181 Board of Education approved this week the hiring of Eric Chisausky as the next Walker School principal, effective July 1.
Berwyn Cruise Nites, the park and drool car show, returns to town this summer in the Depot District. Cruise Nites will begin on June 4 at 6 p.m. at the intersection of Windsor and Grove avenues and will run until 9 p.m. All are welcome to park their hot rod, classic car or motorcycle for free and show it off to the community. No registration is required. Attendees can enjoy food and music – and 10 trophies are given to the Koolest Vehicles. For more information, see our Community Voice column this week on page 8.
The owners of the Lisle-based investment firm of Capital Management Associated have been accused of defrauding clients for more than $2 million from 2008 to 2012 by the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to an SEC press release.
WHEATON – A state commission’s recent decision to grant individual appeal hearings for all 18 school districts affected by a proposed virtual charter school was in response to a misunderstanding, said the commission’s chairman.
GLEN ELLYN – A Glenbard South High School graduate working as an FBI special agent was killed in a training accident Friday, according to information on the FBI's website.
DOWNERS GROVE – Belle Aire Elementary School sixth-grade student Madalyn Quitter will be one of just 16 children to serve on the Youth Crew for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer on will get the experience of a lifetime June 1 and 2.
LEMONT – Chiropractors Ed Beyer and Jeff Forzley realized at a recent conference that they were interested in opening gluten-free businesses.
ELMHURST – A woman reported last weekend that she received a yellow envelope addressed to a former DuPage Water Commission chairman that contained an unknown granular substance, Elmhurst police said.
VILLA PARK – Villa Park police are urging residents and children to be cautious following an incident of attempted child luring on Thursday morning.
LOMBARD – Three employees of the Article 2 Gun Range were treated for minor smoke inhalation and taken to a local hospital after a small fire broke out at the business on Wednesday night.
WHEATON – The chorus of “bring it back, all back home” went along with the St. Francis High School choir during the school’s groundbreaking ceremony for its new athletic stadium and track.