• Sharing their stories… Local food pantry volunteers meet unprecedented need with humor and grace
  • Levin takes the helm of the City; Ward winners include Veremis, Hill, Jensen, Bastedo
  • Diaper drive collects about 12,000 diapers
  • Voters have their say in municipal elections
  • Lombard man accused of murder following incident at Elmhurst bar
  • Elmhurst piano teacher embodies the spirit of National Piano Day; Instructor finds students prefer lessons via Zoom
  • Levin takes the helm of Elmhurst City Council
  • Sharing their stories… Local food pantry volunteers meet unprecedented need with humor and grace

    Sharing their stories… Local food pantry volunteers meet unprecedented need with humor and grace

    Submitted by Joan Letourneau, EYFP volunteer communications consultant We all remember what we were doing and how we were feeling this time last year as shelter in place orders took effect, closing schools, restaurants, and many businesses and creating pandemonium as people scrambled to stock up so they could stay […]

  • Levin takes the helm of the City; Ward winners include Veremis, Hill, Jensen, Bastedo

    Levin takes the helm of the City; Ward winners include Veremis, Hill, Jensen, Bastedo

    By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent There was much glad-handing at HB Jones on the evening of Tuesday, April 5, where supporters of Scott Levin gathered to watch the results of the Consolidated Election come in. By about 9 p.m., it was announced that Levin was elected Mayor of […]

  • Diaper drive collects about 12,000 diapers

    Diaper drive collects about 12,000 diapers

    CHRIS FOX PHOTO Nicholas Denault (left), who is a Villa Park resident and a member of Boy Scout Troop 202 in Lombard, organized a recent diaper drive for the Outreach House. The six-week drive, which ended on Saturday, April 3, collected approximately 12,000 diapers. The Outreach House, which is located […]

  • Voters have their say in municipal elections

    Voters have their say in municipal elections

    MIKE SANDROLINI PHOTOS Precinct #298, otherwise known as Lombard Village Hall, was busy on the morning of April 6, as voters cast their ballots for village president, village trustees, village clerk, Helen Plum Library trustees, Lombard Park District commissioner, York Township supervisor, clerk, assessor, highway commissioner and trustees, and members […]

  • Lombard man accused of murder following incident at Elmhurst bar

    Lombard man accused of murder following incident at Elmhurst bar

    On Tuesday, April 13, DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin and Elmhurst Chief of Police Mike Ruth announced that a Lombard man had been charged with murder following an altercation at an Elmhurst bar last Saturday night. Ronald Dunbar, 55 (d.o.b. 5/6/1965) of the 400 block of S. Brewster […]

  • Elmhurst piano teacher embodies the spirit of National Piano Day; Instructor finds students prefer lessons via Zoom

    Elmhurst piano teacher embodies the spirit of National Piano Day; Instructor finds students prefer lessons via Zoom

    On Monday, March 29, the 88th day of the year, many in our nation celebrate National Piano Day to honor the musicians who use the 88 keys on the piano to bring music to the world. Locally, Lillian DeBartolo, a resident of Park Place of Elmhurst, typifies the creativity, resilience […]

  • Levin takes the helm of Elmhurst City Council

    Levin takes the helm of Elmhurst City Council

    Bastedo, Hill, Jensen, Veremis successful in Ward races By Dee Longfellow For The Elmhurst Independent There was much glad-handing at HB Jones on the evening of Tuesday, April 5, where supporters of Scott Levin gathered to watch the results of the Consolidated Election come in. By about 9 p.m., it […]

 

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