Members from six churches in Hinsdale, Burr Ridge and Clarendon Hills came together Sunday for the annual Crop Walk. Between 40 and 50 people participated in the event, which began with lunch, a rally and then the 5k walk.
Oct. 20 9:22 a.m. |
Cole Heider, 11, found out only a few years ago that he has some natural ability as an artist. And the Clarendon Hills Middle School sixth-grader is now part of a rather elite group that will have artwork included in a 2014 Illinois Art Education Association Student Art Show.
Oct. 9 9:40 a.m. |
Open since Labor Day, Chef Paul Virant's Vistro aims to become an anchor in Hinsdale by offering approachable, family-friendly fare at affordable prices.
Paul Lambert of Hinsdale will run in his eighth marathon Oct. 12 when he lines up to start the Bank of America Chicago Marathon. He follows a 15-week training program that builds up to a 22-mile run three weeks before the marathon.
Oct. 7 6 a.m. |
"The Loop Alliance brings all the stakeholders from the Loop together to make it a better place for businesses, for visitors (and) residents."
She was honored for her accomplishments at Buffalo Grove High School, where she worked for 12 years before accepting the position at St. Isaac.
Sept. 29 12:37 p.m. |
Funds raised from the Run 4 Home will help provide support services to families and individuals who are homeless in DuPage County.
Sept. 26 2:45 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
A good library is a place that knows its community and gives what it needs. And you have to keep up with changes.
Sept. 26 2:35 p.m. |
While many high school students spent their summers by the pool, senior Bridget Adams-King spent her summer in New York City at the Oxbridge Academic Program New York College Experience.
Sept. 26 12:04 p.m. |