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Pritzker announces $60 million park grants; Allotments place emphasis on ‘distressed’ communities; Addison earmarked for $600G

By Jerry Nowicki Capitol News Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker last week announced the release of nearly $60 million in grant funding to help local governments develop public parks and open spaces, over 20 percent of which will go to “distressed” communities. The money through the Open Space Land Acquisition and […]

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Danhouser wins U.S. Soccer ‘Adapt and Thrive’ Disability Award; Serves on the board for diversity, inclusion in soccer

On Tuesday, Jan. 18, U.S. Soccer announced that Shawn Danhouser had won the second annual ADAPTandTHRIVE Disability Award, which recognizes an individual who is making an impact in the United States’ broad landscape of Disability soccer. Danhouser is also a coach at Addison United in Addison.     “I am so […]

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Villa Park juvenile accused of threatening school violence; Says he’ll ‘bring gun to school, finish what he started,’ police say

DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin and Villa Park Chief of Police Michael Rivas announced last week that a 13-year-old male Villa Park resident has been accused of threatening another juvenile and his family. The juvenile appeared at a detention hearing where Judge Demetrios Panoushis ordered that he be detained […]

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AT cheer squad takes first again

On Dec. 18, members of the Addison Trail Cheerleading Team participated in another Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association (ICCA) competition of the 2022-23 season, this time at Wilmington High School. Just like Dec. 11, the team took 1st place and won a second bid to the ICCA Championships in Springfield on […]