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Portillo’s food production workers in Addison pass union vote; Win representation by Iron Workers Local 853

By Dee Longfellow FOR THE ADDISON INDEPENDENT After Portillo’s production workers in Addison won their union election on Thursday, April 13, despite complaints that there was “significant company intimidation,” workers held a press conference on Saturday, April 15 at Portillo’s flagship Chicago restaurant at 100 W. Ontario (at Clark St.) […]

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A night to celebrate

On Election night, Tuesday, April 4, City officials – former and current – came out to Elmhurst Brewing Company to join First Ward Alderman Jennifer Veremis (3rd from left), who handily beat her two opponents at the polls by a vote of 866-494 over Engy Sutherland (unofficial). A third candidate […]

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ESO bids farewell to musicologist Ted Hatmaker; Long-time pre-concert presenter to deliver his last lecture May 6

On Thursday, April 7, the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra announced the retirement of long-time pre-concert lecturer Ted Hatmaker. Hatmaker is slated to present his final pre-concert lecture immediately preceding ESO’s season finale, Beethoven 9, on Saturday, May 6. His lecture, as with all his lectures, is designed to enrich the concert-goers’ […]

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Bunnies in Blue…

A little boy dressed in blue named John Michael found a comfy spot for himself and his personalized Easter basket on the lap of the Easter Bunny, who happened to be dressed in blue as well! It all took place on Saturday, April 8 at the Spring Road Egg Hunt. […]