Hinsdale resident Kathy Hamilton unsuccessfully sought to have more College of DuPage payments made public as other board members hit back on charges the accounting practices are hidden.
Oct. 22 2:35 p.m. |
In a goal-setting session Monday, the only two items that garnered enough votes from Burr Ridge Village Board members to be labeled a high priority were: “Create an economic development plan” and “Ensure viability of Village Center.”
Oct. 14 4:54 p.m. |
Two new police officers were sworn in Monday to begin work in Burr Ridge.
Oct. 14 4:17 p.m. |
The president is scheduled to speak on Northwestern's campus at 1:15 p.m.
From the Community
Oct. 2 9:58 a.m. |
The 26-year-old male is 6-foot-5 inches tall and 330 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Firefighters from around the area as well as scores of Hinsdale residents came out to honor Deputy Chief Mark Johnson and his family.
“We would not want to see any more legal fees expended on this. It’s money being diverted away from students and programs.”
Sept. 25 1:30 p.m. |
This will be the last opportunity to file a 2014 appeal.
Speaking to 150 people at the Marriott Chicago/Naperville hotel, Cronin said the success of the county in the last few years was largely a product of business people like them.