• Darrell Whistler named to Civic Hall of Fame
  • Unexpected Christmas Eve arrival
  • Fatal shooting in unincorporated Villa Park; sheriff’s deputy shoots teenage subject after responding to report of a violent domestic incident
  • Water and sewer rates to increase
  • Morley unopposed in April mayoral race
  • Darrell Whistler named to Civic Hall of Fame

    Darrell Whistler named to Civic Hall of Fame

    To be honored at upcoming Chamber gala Jan. 27 Long-time Elmhurst businessman, civic leader and community volunteer Darrell L. Whistler will be honored as the 2016 inductee into the exclusive Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce & Industry Civic Hall of Fame. Whistler will become the Hall of Fame’s 25th member during […]

  • Unexpected Christmas Eve arrival

    Unexpected Christmas Eve arrival

      Villa Park woman gives birth at home By Chris Fox Staff Reporter Lombardian-Villa Park Review People who send Christmas presents often insist the gifts arrive at their destination by Dec. 24. That Christmas Eve deadline can produce a demanding day for those who race to deliver each and every […]

  • Fatal shooting in unincorporated Villa Park; sheriff’s deputy shoots teenage subject after responding to report of a violent domestic incident

    Fatal shooting in unincorporated Villa Park; sheriff’s deputy shoots teenage subject after responding to report of a violent domestic incident

    Additional information about the fatal shooting in unincorporated Villa Park on Monday, Jan. 2 has been made available. Initially, reports from the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office pertaining to the incident at the Brandywine subdivision did not mention the name of the officer or the deceased. According to reports, Trevon Johnson, […]

  • Water and sewer rates to increase

    Water and sewer rates to increase

    Four-person household to average $113.68 in 2017
 By Dan McLeister for The Elmhurst Independent The Elmhurst City Council approved at the December 19th meeting, recommended increases in water and sewer rates proposed by the Finance, Council Affairs and Administrative Services (FCAAS) Committee. The water rate is up 7 percent and […]

  • Morley unopposed in April mayoral race

    Morley unopposed in April mayoral race

    Two challenge Kennedy in Ward 6 By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent Early Tuesday, Dec. 20, the Independent received the news from the Elmhurst City Clerk’s office that the deadline to file to be a candidate in the April 4th Election had passed and that Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley […]

 

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Darrell Whistler named to Civic Hall of Fame

Darrell Whistler named to Civic Hall of Fame

To be honored at upcoming Chamber gala Jan. 27 Long-time Elmhurst businessman, civic leader and community volunteer Darrell L. Whistler will be honored as the 2016 inductee into the exclusive Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce & Industry Civic Hall of Fame. Whistler will become the Hall of Fame’s 25th member during […]

 
 

Unexpected Christmas Eve arrival

Unexpected Christmas Eve arrival

  Villa Park woman gives birth at home By Chris Fox Staff Reporter Lombardian-Villa Park Review People who send Christmas presents often insist the gifts arrive at their destination by Dec. 24. That Christmas Eve deadline can produce a demanding day for those who race to deliver each and every […]

 
 

Community Calendar

Pick of the Week – An event NOT to be missed… Saturday, Jan. 21— Blood drive at Elmhurst Masonic Lodge The Elmhurst Masonic Lodge and the Church of the Holy Family, ECC, in conjunction with Heartland Blood Centers, will be holding a blood drive from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. by the […]

 
 

Pickerill gives comment on past guilty plea

By Chris Fox Lombardian-Villa Park Review Staff Reporter Chuck Pickerill, who is a candidate for Villa Park Village President in the April 4 election, issued a comment last week about a past guilty plea for delivering false documents to a title company. Following last week’s story about Pickerill’s candidacy in […]

 
 

Elmhurst Police Reports

The Elmhurst Police Department recently reported the following arrests and citations. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a conviction, and that subjects are considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. Juveniles age 17-or-younger are not named. Assault Jan. 11 Police said that after officers […]

 
 

Elmhurst Sports Report

IC Catholic Prep earns state football sportsmanship award Timothy Christian girls basketball team receiving contributions from sophomore players. By Mike Miazga Correspondent IC Catholic Prep High School recently was selected to receive the Illinois High School Association sportsmanship banner award in conjunction with the school’s football team winning the Class […]

 
 

Obituaries

Christine A. Schrier Christine A. Schrier nee Zacek, of Elmhurst. Beloved wife of Howard for 49 years; loving mother of Jeff (Rachel) and Brad (Erika); grandmother of James, Alex, Elias and John; dear daughter of the late James and Anna Zacek; sister of Lolita Zacek. Services and Interment private. Arrangements […]

 
 

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School Board considers referendum, suing City for TIF funds

Collins recommends referendum to finance construction By Dan McLeister For The Elmhurst Independent School Board members of District 205 discussed a possible referendum to finance construction and mentioned the idea of suing the City to release Tax Increment Financing (TIF) funds. Future storm water projects with the City are part […]