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IC Catholic Prep announces new president

IC Catholic Prep announces new president

The IC Catholic Prep (ICCP) Administration and Board of Directors have announced that they have selected Tom Schergen to serve as the new President of IC Catholic Prep. Following an extensive search, Schergen was chosen to succeed interim President, Amy Fahey, and will begin his presidency this summer.   In July […]

 
 

Armed robbery at Clark gas station on Addison Ave.

Armed robbery at Clark gas station on Addison Ave.

Robber makes off with cash Elmhurst Police are investigating an armed robbery which occurred at Clark gas station on the corner of 2nd and Addison Avenue at 4:35 p.m. Police are searching for a male/black in his early 20’s who was wearing a green surgical mask, light gray hoodie, and […]

 
 

Former police officer Joe Winkler dies at 81

A release was issued by the office of Police Chief Michael Ruth on Friday, April 21, former Elmhurst Police Officer Joseph R. Winkler passed away on April 19, 2017, following a brief illness. He was 81 years old. Joe joined the police department in Elmhurst in 1958 and served the […]

 
 

Obituaries

Arnold R. Schenk Long-time community leader, volunteer Arnold R. Schenk of Elmhurst, May 23, 1918 – April 18, 2017, passed away following a decline in his health. His wife of 75 years, Dora, passed away in January of this year. He is survived by his four children: Ron (Charlotte) of […]

 
 

Willowbrook senior receives Evans Scholarship

Willowbrook senior receives Evans Scholarship

Willowbrook senior Patricia Perez was recently named as a recipient of a Chick Evans Scholarship for Caddies. The scholarship is awarded from the Evans Scholars Foundation, a charitable trust that provides full, four-year tuition and housing college scholarships to deserving caddies. Perez has been a caddie at Glen Oak Country […]

 
 

Reminder: City, College Recycling Extravaganza coming April 29

Reminder:  City, College Recycling Extravaganza coming April 29

The City of Elmhurst is partnering with Elmhurst College, DuPage County and SCARCE to host the 2017 Recycling Extravaganza on Saturday, April 29 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. The event will be held at Elmhurst College, using the Alexander Parking Lot. Items that will be recycled include: eye glasses, […]

 
 

Art in Wilder Park returns May 6-7

Art in Wilder Park returns May 6-7

Art in Wilder Park returns May 6-7 Enjoy a weekend of fine art, craft and design at the 21st annual Art in Wilder Park. More than 125 artists will gather at Wilder Park on Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. for this free […]

 
 

Center for Gifted recognized with business excellence award

The Business Ledger recognized The Center for Gifted with a business excellence award in the educational institutional, entity or program category. The Center for Gifted is a successful nonprofit organization providing year-round interactive programming to engage children with keen interests in academics. Along with nineteen other suburban businesses and organizations, […]

 
 

Uncover clues to your home’s history during May 7

Uncover clues to your home’s history during May 7

Workshop at Elmhurst History Museum You don’t need Sherlock Holmes to reveal clues to your home’s history, but a few well-informed tips and helpful resources from an architectural preservation expert might point you in the right direction. The Elmhurst History Museum is offering a opportunity for curious homeowners who want […]

 
 

Elmhurst missing person identified

Elmhurst missing person identified

At approximately 1:20 pm on Friday, April 21, 2017, the DuPage County Coroner’s Office was notified by the Elmhurst Police Department of a deceased male subject lying on the bottom of the Elmhurst-Chicago Stone quarry. Upon our arrival, Elmhurst Police informed this office that their department took a missing and endangered subject […]