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York Township Supervisor John W. Valle
From the community

A New “Old Glory” on “Flag Day”

On “Flag Day” June 14th, York Township Supervisor John W. Valle hoisted up the new flag atop the 30 foot pole in the front of … Read more ›

Elmhurst reviewing use of city cars

The city of Elmhurst is looking at its policy regulating which employees have access to cars they take to and from work and use for … Read more ›

Proposal would prohibit dual elected offices

In response to Mayor Pete DiCianni’s plan to continue to serve as Mayor of Elmhurst if he is elected to the DuPage County Board, an … Read more ›

Improvements planned for Illinois Prairie Path crossing

The DuPage County Department of Transportation will complete improvements to the Canadian National Railroad pedestrian crossing at the Illinois Prairie Path adjacent to Pioneer Park … Read more ›

From the community

We Caught You Doing Something Cool: Wheels Set in Motion for June 11-15 Bike to Work Week

According to the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety, it is estimated that 41 percent of all work commutes are shorter than five miles yet … Read more ›

From the community

Fifth Annual Skate for a Cause

It’s that time of year again, school is out and summer has arrived! As you find yourself with a lot of extra time in the … Read more ›

Two-year-old Alex Lupo stretches to press the button turning on old television commercials at the Elmhurst Historical Museum's Sweet Home Chicago candy. (Chuck Berman/Chicago Tribune)

Exhibit unwraps Chicago’s role as candy capital

An exhibit chronicling the history of candy in Chicagoland doesn’t sugarcoat the ups and downs of the industry’s history. “It wasn’t ‘Willy Wonka.’ It wasn’t … Read more ›

Palos Heights' Tom Pukstys is an assistant Olympic coach who will bring in some top field athletes to Lisle in June.  (Jeff Vorva/Tribune)

Big throws at a big show — Benedictine hosts world class track and field athletes June 9

A few weeks before some of the best shot put, discus, javelin and hammer throwers in the country try out for the London Olympics in … Read more ›

From the community

Alumni and Arts Patron Donates $250,000 to Upgrade Mill Theatre

A more audience-friendly Mill, with new lobby, restrooms and seating, will be done by fall This fall, Elmhurst College’s Mill Theatre will debut not only … Read more ›

Proposals target elected officials who want to hold two seats

A proposal to restrict Elmhurst elected officials from holding more than one public office at a time could make it difficult for the mayor, who … Read more ›