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Hinsdale police blotter: Bleachers and dugout benches stolen from Veeck Park
The following items were taken from area police department reports and releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Waymond B. Lowery, 56, of the 200 block of Racquet Club Court, Hinsdale, was charged with domestic battery and interfering with the reporting of a domestic battery at 7:
Theft, Domestic Battery: Hinsdale Arrests
The following items were taken from the Hinsdale police blotter. Arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Waymond Lowery, 56, of the 200 block of Racquet Club Court, was arrested at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 in the 200 block of Racquet Club for domestic battery, unlawful interference with report
Hinsdale Middle School, Hinsdale, Illinois - December 2018
Hinsdale Middle School is a 6-8 school in District 181, and is located at 100 S Garfield Street in Hinsdale, Illinois. There are currently 229 homes for sale ranging from $176,000 to $7,900,000.
Holiday Events Continue In Clarendon Hills
CLARENDON HILLS, IL — The Lunch with Santa at Clarendon Hills Park District was a success, with nearly 100 local residents gathering for some holiday fun. The park district said there was more than enough time to share holiday wish lists and to pose for memorable pictures with jolly Saint Nick.
Naperville Boy Charged With Threatening to 'Shoot Up the School'
A boy was charged Tuesday with threatening to shoot up his junior high school in west suburban Naperville. The juvenile was charged with a felony count of “false report of a threat to a school” and was released the same day to his parents’ custody on home detention, according to a statement from the
Hinsdale Hosts Holiday Shop Hop
HINSDALE, IL — Enjoy the Hinsdale Holiday Shop Hop on Thursday, Dec. 13 from 4 to 8 p.m. According to the village, you can shop around Hinsdale businesses and finish off your Christmas list.
Hinsdale South Fall Musical Chosen For Festival
DARIEN, IL — Hinsdale South's fall musical "Chicago!" has been selected to perform at TheatreFest. The school said the Illinois High School Theatre Festival will take place on Friday, Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
Drunk Driver Arrested Going 54 MPH Over The Limit: Riverside Cops
RIVERSIDE, IL — A Chicago woman was arrested after speeding 54 mph over the limit in Riverside, police said. Corina Dominguez, 25, was charged with aggravated speeding, DUI and numerous other traffic violations.
City of Wheaton Liquor & Tobacco Control Commission will meet December 12.
City of Wheaton Liquor & Tobacco Control Commission will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 12. 5.I. 2019 License Renewals - Section 6-90 Of The Wheaton City Code. 5.I.i. Outdoor Special Event Liquor License - Downtown Wheaton Association - "Let's Wine About Winter" - Wine Walk.
Lyft driver charged with battery after sexually assaulting 17-year-old passenger
LYONS, Ill. — A Lyft driver has been charged after sexually assaulting a 17-year-old passenger, police said. Anthony Vicari, 40, of Chicago, was arrested and charged with battery Monday, according to Lyons spokesperson Ray Hanania.
Village to seek demo bids for Brookfield Bowl
The village of Brookfield will move to tear down the vacant Brookfield Bowl at 3415 Maple Ave. in early 2019 after at least two instances in which people broke into the former bowling alley, one of them resulting in an attempt to burn it down.
Ex-banker gets 4 years for stealing more than $325K from elderly customers
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. -- A former banker was sentenced to four years in prison Monday for stealing more than $325,000 from three elderly bank customers in the western suburbs. Christine Lange, 48, pleaded guilty in August to stealing from her customers when she worked as an account executive at Trust
Downers Grove police need your help solving Saturday night armed robbery
Downers Grove police are seeking the public's help in solving a Saturday night armed robbery. Police say a male robber wearing a mask entered the Bucky's Express at 2181 63rd St., about 7 p.m. and demanded cash while showing a handgun.
Spin Master president pays $2.235 million for Oak Brook mansion
Ben Gadbois, the global president and chief operating officer of Toronto-based toymaker Spin Master, on Oct. 30 paid $2.235 million for a six-bedroom, 8,369-square-foot mansion in Oak Brook’s Ginger Creek area.
Oak Brook Village Board member John Baar will challenge incumbent Gopal Lalmalani for village president
Unless someone withdraws, Oak Brook is guaranteed a contested election for village president April 2, after incumbent Gopal Lalmalani and Village Board member John Baar filed petitions Monday morning to be on the ballot.
Trolley tours Hinsdale houses aglow with holiday lights
Ruta Bridgen, accompanied by her two children, drove up and down the dark streets of Hinsdale. They were on a mission, to find the nicest holiday decorated homes in Hinsdale for people to see while riding the Hinsdale Historical Society’s Holly Jolly Trolley Friday.
School District 181, HESS Approve New Four-Year Contract
On Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, the Community Consolidated School District 181 Board of Education unanimously approved a four-year contract with the Hinsdale Educational Support Staff (HESS) (Vote: 7-0; Absent: None).
Lyft driver accused of sexually harassing 17-year-old passenger on ride to Lyons
A Lyft driver has been charged with battery after Lyons police said he sexually harassed and tried to have sex with a 17-year-old passenger. Lyons spokesperson Ray Hanania said Anthony Vicari of Chicago was called to pick up a 17-year-old girl in Worth and take her to her home in Lyons on Oct. 12.
Top 4 performing arts events this week in Chicago
We've rounded up four artsy events around Chicago this week that will scratch your cultural itch, from a contemporary dance performance inspired by poor women's stories to a must-see Broadway holiday musical.
Former Downers Grove banker gets prison for stealing from customers
A former Downers Grove banker was sentenced Monday to four years in prison for stealing more than $328,000 from three elderly customers. Judge Robert Miller handed down the minimum sentence to Christine Lang, 48, of Summit. Lange had faced between four and 15 years in prison.