Archive for: April, 2018

4/26/18 Print Versions

 
 

From the City’s backstage… Mark Stevens, Superintendent of Forestry

From the City’s backstage…   Mark Stevens, Superintendent of Forestry

When you love your job, they say you never really go to “work.” If that’s true, the City’s Superintendent of Forestry Mark Stevens hasn’t “worked” in almost 20 years.

 
 

York’s Rob Wagner named Athletic Director of the Year

York’s Rob Wagner named Athletic Director of the Year

The Illinois Athletic Directors Association has named York High School’s Assistant Principal for Athletics, Rob Wagner, as the Class 3A & 4A Division 3 Athletic Director of the Year

 
 

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. Battery April 12 Battery was reported at Elmhurst […]

 
 

Elmhurst Museum Day returns May 20. Trolley service scheduled to shuttle between museums

On Sunday, May 20 from 1 – 5 p.m., all are invited to Elmhurst Museum Day, offered FREE at all three local museums. Join in the fun for the 22nd Annual Museum Day in Elmhurst, a special event commemorating the important cultural value of museums to communities. Jump on board […]

 
 

Susan Johnson, 38

Susan Rebecca Johnson, of Elmhurst and Northlake, passed away recently at the age of 38. Dear daughter of Carol and Jon Johnson; sister of Stephen “Sven” (Leslie Hammersmith) Johnson. Susan participated in Day Programs with Oak Leyden Developmental Services and also Special Olympics. She enjoyed going to Special Camp each […]

 
 

Jeb Bush impresses as keynote; keeps his obligation despite mother’s passing

Elmhurst College welcomes Jeb Bush
Elmhurst College President Troy & Annette VanAken greet Jeb Bush (right), the invited presenter to this year’s Elmhurst College Governmental Forum, which took place at Oak Brook Hills Hotel in Wednesday, April 18. There was concern that the former two-term Florida Governor might cancel due to the death of his mother Barbara Bush just the day before, but he assured the crowd that his mother would have wanted him to be there. In fact, “she would never forgive me if I didn’t keep this obligation,” he said.

A few people were biting their nails and pacing the floor on Tuesday, April 17, after learning political matriarch Barbara Bush had passed away on that day at the age of 92….

 
 

Carson’s and its Furniture Gallery in Lombard to close; parent company to liquidate 256 stores nationwide

Carson’s and its Furniture Gallery in Lombard to close; parent company to liquidate 256 stores nationwide

Carson’s, a fixture at the Yorktown Center and one of the center’s anchor stores when Yorktown first opened in 1968, will be closing…

 
 

4/19/18 Print Versions

 
 

Community Calendar

Pick of the Week – The event NOT to be missed…   Sunday, April 22 EHM presents the Real Red Baron WWI Flying Aces At 2 p.m., the Elmhurst History Museum welcomes history professor Peter Fritzsche who will talk about Manfred von Richthofen and the WWI Aviators, the “Real” Red […]