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Typical economic indicators no longer apply, expert says; Federal Reserve Bank president addresses annual Economic Outlook Expo

By Dee Longfellow FOR THE ELMHURST INDEPENDENT About 350 people came to Hilton Oak Brook Hills to attend the annual Multi-Chamber Economic Outlook Luncheon and Business Expo on Thursday, April 4. Guests wandered through the exhibits on display prior to the luncheon seating, after which was the program featuring Federal […]

Elmhurst News Obituaries

Evelyn L. Boosey, 105

   Evelyn L. Boosey, age 105, passed away peacefully Saturday March 30th, 2024, in Barrington.    Evelyn was born February 5th, 1919, in Chicago IL and was raised in Chicago. She was introduced in 1940 and married John Boosey January 31st, 1942, and lived happily together for 63 years. During […]

Elmhurst News Obituaries

Jerome J. Cermak

   Jerome J. Cermak, formerly a longtime resident of Elmhurst, passed away on April 5, 2019. Interment was at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood.    Mr. Cermak is survived by his wife, Violet (nee Zigman); sons, Daniel (Patricia), Kenneth (Kathy) and Jeffrey; and five grandchildren. He was preceded in […]

Elmhurst News Obituaries

Joseph Guardalabene, 84

    Joseph (Joe) Phillip Guardalabene, aged 84, of Mesa Arizona, long-time former resident of Elmhurst and Villa Park, Illinois, died peacefully on March 22 in Scottsdale, Arizona after a short illness. Youngest son of Italian immigrant, Agostino Guardalabene, and Rosalia Muriello, Joe grew up working in his family’s cheese factory, […]

Addison News

District 88 welcomes new Business Partner

During its March 18 meeting, the District 88 Board of Education named members of the district’s Heritage Spanish Career Fluency program as Business Partners. It joins a list of other businesses and organizations including the Village of Addison, the Addison Park District, the Addison Public Library, SWD Inc. and College […]