Archive for: January, 2018

York boys basketball team wins pair of games

By Mike Miazga In recent action, the York boys basketball team dropped a 55-52 West Suburban Conference Silver Division game to Proviso West, but came back to score conference wins against Lyons Township by a 62-48 count and Glenbard West by a score of 64-57. The 2-1 stretch left the […]

 
 

Dukes’ girls gymnastics team ready for postseason.

By Mike Miazga The York girls gymnastics team recently placed third at the Niles North invitational with a 100.8 score in the three-score meet. The Dukes also were seventh at the York invitational with a 132.25 score, which was the team’s high in a dual-judge format this season. Jessica Dryden […]

 
 

York wrestlers continue to show improvement.

By Mike Miazga The York wrestling team placed second at the recent Kaneland invitational. Matt Cozzi was an individual champion at Kaneland, while Anthony Cozzi, Josh Mathiasen and Alex Gutierrez each placed second in their respective weight divisions. Jake Smallwood and Antonio Gutierrez each took third. York was 8-15 overall […]

 
 

York girls basketball faces Lyons, Benet and Glenbard West.

  By Mike Miazga York girls basketball The York girls basketball team dropped a pair of recent games. After defeating Lyons Township 47-37 in a West Suburban Conference Silver Division game, the Dukes lost 61-49 to Benet Academy in non-conference action and then lost 49-42 to WSC Silver leader Glenbard […]

 
 

Timothy Christian girls basketball team ups winning streak to seven Trojans earn No. 1 regional seed.

  By Mike Miazga The Timothy Christian girls basketball team is on fire. The Trojans racked up three more wins last week to move their winning streak to seven games in a row. Timothy was a 57-47 Metro Suburban Conference Red Division winner against Ridgewood. Timothy led 19-8 after the […]

 
 

IC Catholic Prep boys basketball team defeats Fenton. Knights competitive in back-and-forth contest against R-B.

  By Mike Miazga The IC Catholic Prep boys basketball team split a pair of recent Metro Suburban Conference Blue Division games. In a 56-33 win over Fenton, the Knights led 16-8 after the first quarter and 24-13 at halftime. A 24-7 run in the third quarter put the game […]

 
 

Obituaries

Don W. Feeley Former alderman’s services are Friday Don W. Feeley, longtime resident of Elmhurst, passed away recently. Beloved Husband of Linda; Loving Father of Don (Alli) Feeley, Jr., Kevin (Beth) Feeley, Jeff (Marianna Halasi) Feeley and Anne (Tom) Wilson; Proud Grandfather of 9. Don now joins his siblings in […]

 
 

Obituaries

Grujo “Gary” Ivancevich, 51 Grujo “Gary” Ivancevich, of Elmhurst, passed away recently at the age of 51. Beloved husband of Natasa; loving father of Tommy and Anastasija; dear son of Ljubica and the late Tomica. Visitation was held at New Gracanica Monastery, 35240 W. Grant Ave., Third Lake, Ill., on […]

 
 

Livia Italian Eatery…. Casually elegant dining with touches of Italy opens in downtown

Livia Italian Eatery…. Casually elegant dining with touches of Italy opens in downtown

By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent   You can almost feel a kind of positive energy when you walk into Livia Italian Eatery, the latest addition to the restaurant community in downtown Elmhurst, which recently opened at 116 E. Schiller. All it takes is an introduction to Fred Schaller, […]

 
 

Two arrests made in recent car, garage burglaries

By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent On Saturday, Jan. 27, the Independent learned that two arrests have been made relating to a string of recent burglaries to cars and garages on the south end of town. According to a report, police said that on Jan. 25 at about 3 […]