ELMHURST – The City of Elmhurst will purchase the Pauli's Marathon and Auto Repair property at 260 N. York St. for $1.77 million.
LOMBARD – An improvement project is planned for Terrace View Pond in the hopes that flood relief can be brought to the surrounding neighborhoods.
WESTMONT – Sporadic power outages are being reported throughout Westmont Wednesday afternoon.
WESTERN SPRINGS – The Western Springs Fire Department is honoring all emergency medical service (EMS) responders this week as part of National EMS Week.
LOMBARD – A Lombard man has been charged with one count of disorderly conduct after a friend told police that he allegedly had made "plans of a violent nature" against his alma mater, Glenbard East High School.
GLEN ELLYN – The Glen Ellyn Historical Society will host a talk about preserving landmark homes May 30 at the Glen Ellyn History Center, 800 N. Main St.
WHEATON – A Calumet Park man was arrested for trespassing and more in in the early hours of May 12.
HINSDALE – The construction of a new family-friendly sports bar called Fullersburg Grill may begin by Aug. 1 in Hinsdale as part of Fuller's Home and Hardware on 1st Street.
ELMHURST – The City of Elmhurst will host public meetings to present and discuss storm mitigation projects for specific sites on May 29, May 30 and June 6.
CLARENDON HILLS – A walk in the park will take on a whole new look at Prospect Park later this summer, as the Clarendon Hills Park District recently finalized plans to build a new pathway, which will wind through the 23-acre community park located between Chicago, Prospect, Norfolk and Oxford avenues.
LEMONT – Lemont resident Terri O'Neill-Borders has answered the call to help with tornado recovery efforts in Moore, Okla.
ELMHURST – An Elmhurst resident reported that her children saw their neighbor allegedly taking pictures from inside his front window at 6:49 p.m. Monday in the 800 block of South Mitchell Avenue, according to police reports.
DOWNERS GROVE – Tea Party activists gathered outside of several Internal Revenue Offices in Illinois Tuesday, including Downers Grove's, to protest recent revelations that the IRS unfairly targeted conservative groups.
DOWNERS GROVE – A group of Downers Grove-area residents are headed to Oklahoma this week to help residents recover from the devastating tornado that killed two dozen people and injured hundreds this week.