The village of Lombard recently announced the opening of applications for its 2017 Youth Leadership Program, where high school students living in the area can learn about local government and public service.
Featuring a diverse cast whose members enjoyed immersing themselves in the atmosphere of Southern U.S. culture during the 1980s, Elgin Community College Theatre presents, as its fall production, "Steel Magnolias" Nov. 4-13.
At 3 p.m. Saturday on Sesquicentennial Park’s pedestrian
path, West Chicago’s Cultural Arts Commission officially will dedicate "Signa Rotae," Latin for "Wheel Signs" and
the title of a mosaic mural by local artist Buddy Plumlee.
From a fang-tastic fair to forest haunts, five fun events are planned for this Halloween season, courtesy of the Village of Westmont, along with tips for a safe trick-or-treating experience for all ages.
The public is advised that — based on weather predictions — prizes and pressure screenings for World Heart Day in West Chicago will move to Pioneer Elementary School’s gymnasium from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, Sept. 29 at 615 Kenwood Ave.
Horse-driven half-hour hayrides will lead the activities available at Wheaton’s Danada Equestrian Center beginning on Sept. 17 and during its October fall festival, as well as at additional area farm fests slated for this season.
Working together on the Richmond Education Garden, the villages of Westmont and Clarendon Hills were recently graced with a $10,000 grant from ComEd, bringing current total support for the project to more than $60,000.
In a triple collaboration, several local organizations will join to break ground for the West Branch DuPage River Trail 11 a.m. Sept. 13 at the Winfield Fire Protection District House at 27W530 High Lake Rd.
Promoting pedestrian and driver protection, Gov. Bruce Rauner recently passed on a safety request from the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police by designating Sept. 11 through 17 as Illinois Rail Safety Week.
From cadet to commissioner, retiring Village of Westmont Police Chief Tom Mulhearn has worn many hats during his 39 years of service to the department, beginning in 1974 and coming to a conclusion Oct. 7.