A 13-year-old Des Plaines boy, who is a former student at Chippewa Middle School, is expected to recover from a gunshot wound to his face on Friday night, May 1, reportedly on the 1300 block of Prospect Ave.
Iroquois Community School music teacher Amy Lewis has been selected by the Illinois Education Association as its Teacher of the Year.
Two major projects that will change the evolving landscape of Rosemont continue to be worked on that if approved will transform a vacant piece of property into a commercial magnate and provide a safe, climate-controlled way for shoppers to walk to and from the fashion outlet mall.
Archbishop Blase J. Cupich, head of the Archdiocese of Chicago, will visit St. Stephen Church in Des Plaines to bless the parish's newly renovated altar.
After an October 2013 groundbreaking by Chicago officials, actual construction recently begun on the new multi-million dollar Northeast Cargo Center on 65 acres of undeveloped property on the northeast side of O’Hare International Airport, just off of Patton Drive and Higgins Road straddling Rosemont.
The Chicago Bandits, part of the women’s National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) league, kickoff their 2015 season with a home opener Thursday, June 4 against the Akron Racers at The Ballpark at Rosemont, 27 Jennie Finch Way.
The 59th anniversary of the village of Rosemont was celebrated at the March 21 annual Rosemont Voters League Dinner Dance.
During the past seven years, Maine West students have shown their generosity through fundraising efforts netting more than $100,000 for local and national charities.
Two bills recently introduced in Springfield and aimed at addressing O’Hare Airport noise passed the Illinois Senate last week, each on 52-0 votes.
In the passing of Cardinal Francis George on Friday, Archbishop Blasé Cupich announced, “A man of peace, tenacity and courage has been called home to the Lord.”
Despite the 25 calls for first aid and one arrest for battery, the first Life in Color event held Saturday, Apr. 18 at the Donald E. Stephens (DES) Convention Center in Rosemont, which drew more than 8,000 visitors at an average age of 21, was deemed a success.
Rosemont’s Allstate Arena was ranked as one of the top stadiums in the world by U.S. industry publication Pollstar.
If you happen to notice an antique, customized silver 1948 Chevy with red piping on the front hood tooling around local streets, that will probably be 29-year, part-time Rosemont Public Safety Auxiliary Officer Anthony (Tony) Codd.
Work will begin May 1 to fix the steps at the front of Allstate Arena on Lunt Avenue in Rosemont.
In addition to performing at Allstate Arena May 13, rock band The Who announced and other musicians will perform May 14 at the Rosemont Theatre with proceeds from the event going to Teen Cancer America in conjunction with the University of Chicago Medicine.