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Police arrest local man for attempted robbery, felony theft

Police arrest local man for attempted robbery, felony theft

Elmhurst Police have charged a local man for Felony Theft which occurred at the Shell Gas Station at 103 W. Third Street on May 3, 2017, at 3:15 a.m. and attempted robbery of the 7- Eleven Store at 572 S. York Rd. A white/male in his 40’s, wearing a White […]

 
 

Elmhurst sports photo page captions for 3/30/17 issue York girls lacrosse

Elmhurst sports photo page captions for 3/30/17 issue York girls lacrosse

Nailbiter! York vs. Montini girls lacrosse

 
 

Hops for Humanity close to the $100,000 mark in its contributions

Hops for Humanity close to the $100,000 mark in its contributions

Quarterly event offers benefits to brewers, charities, members By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent Ever donate $100 to a cause and just sort of wonder where it goes or if it’s really doing any good? What if you could give $10,000? That would certainly make a difference. It would […]

 
 

Armpit Orchestra to honor Sutherland’s memory

Armpit Orchestra to honor Sutherland’s memory

Cancer Center fundraising effort takes place through St. Pat’s Parade For the 9th straight year the men of the “World Famous” Elmhurst Armpit Orchestra (aka “EAO”) will entertain those attending the Elmhurst St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The EAO, featured on WGN radio and a segment with ABC channel 7 TV’s […]

 
 

Friends of the Library celebrate 75 years

Friends of the Library celebrate 75 years

Raise funds to enhance building; sponsor youth poetry contest By Marisa Mancini For The Elmhurst Independent The Elmhurst Friends of the Library Association was formed in 1941 by a group of 150 residents in celebration of Elmhurst Public Library’s 25th anniversary. Its purpose was to help the library in ways […]

 
 

From the City’s backstage…

From the City’s backstage…

Tony Cuzzone: The interesting man with four business cards By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent Editor’s note: In his annual State of the City address, Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley always praises the staff, employees, managers and directors who work for the City of Elmhurst,, noting they do a good […]

 
 

Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra entertains with Latin rythm

Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra entertains with Latin rythm

“We’ve Got Rhythm” promises an afternoon of high-energy music when the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra presents a program of animated Latin melodies in a family concert that will please audiences of all ages. The event takes place at Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church, 149 W. Brush Hill Rd. in Elmhurst, on Sunday, […]

 
 

Election night serves up victories, disappointments, much relief that it’s over

Election night serves up victories, disappointments, much relief that it’s over

Cullerton defeats Lewis in nail-biter; Conroy stomps Holan; DiCianni beat by Krishnamoorthi By Dee Longfellow For The Independent Tuesday evening was filled with surprises, groans and triumphs until the biggest collective gasp of all – the one that came at 1:30 a.m. when the Associated Press and other media outlets […]

 
 

I am thankful for….

I am thankful for….

Since Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks, we would like to gather and print letters about what your child is thankful for. Have your child complete the “I am thankful for….” form and we will print the first 75 letters in our Thursday, November 24th paper. All letters will be […]

 
 

Knights of Columbus to hold Classic CAR SHOW

Knights of Columbus to hold Classic CAR SHOW

Show open to all years, makes and models The Elmhurst Knights of Columbus will hold their second annual Classic Car Show on June 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. Registration is 9:00 a.m. to noon. Music will feature Dennis “Big Bopper” Secara. The event location is […]