Leyden High School District 212 will honor 18 East Leyden students tomorrow (Thursday) during the monthly “Exceptional Eagle Breakfast.”
Free movies in the park are coming soon to Rosemont.
Over six months since a massive storm brought down Rosemont’s Dome at the Ballpark, the indoor sports facility will finally be back in business this weekend (Feb. 13-14) with a girls volleyball tournament.
Rivers Casino in Des Plaines started out 2016 with a bang eclipsing January 2015 gross receipts by more than $1 million.
Those visiting MB Financial Park in Rosemont for ice skating and other activities may have noticed a lot of construction going on in one of the second floor restaurant spaces.
Eight Little City participants -- five youth and three adults with disabilities -- arrived Jan. 26 at the iFly indoor skydiving facility in Rosemont to spread their wings and fly.
Parents, grandparents, guardians and other local residents are invited to learn more about saving for their child's future college tuition at three local events starting in late February.
American Legion Post 208, 121 Douglas Ave., Arlington Heights, and American Legion Post 974, 9757 Pacific Ave., Franklin Park, will host the Four Chaplains Memorial on Sunday, Feb. 7.
There will be a Taste of Des Plaines this year.
Two occupants of a three-story apartment building in Rosemont escaped injury this morning (Wednesday) in a fire at 9591 Maple Dr. west of River Road and south of Higgins Road.
Opponents of airplane noise near O’Hare International Airport are gearing up to fight the construction of the next east-west runway, scheduled for the northern end of the airport.
Rosemont trustees have approved a construction management contract to build the new Dunne Park recreation center, at 9401-9499 Glenlake St., for $3.6 million.
To celebrate its 60th anniversary, Rosemont is asking anyone with fond memories of the village to send in their photographs and stories.
Des Plaines-based Operation North Pole is hosting its first culinary fundraiser to raise money for the organization on Monday, Feb. 8 at Crowne Plaza Rosemont Hotel at 5440 N. River Rd., Rosemont.
One of the biggest hurdles needed to get the ball rolling on the redevelopment of eight acres of property at the northeast corner of Mannheim and Higgins roads was cleared by Des Plaines aldermen Monday night.
State Rep. Michael McAuliffe (R-20th), who serves Rosemont and portions of Des Plaines, Niles and Park Ridge, has filed House Resolution 968 urging the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs to make changes to eligibility for health care through the Veterans Health Administration. The measure would allow for a better rules process to assist veterans from the reserves and National Guard in receiving the proper health care they have earned for serving in the United States Armed Forces.
While the Fox Valley Hawks (16-2) and Leyden Eagles (15-5) are two of the top four teams in the Illinois Suburban Hockey League (ISHL), both are still looking up at the DuPage Stars as the top team in the league.
The Illinois Dept. of Transportation (IDOT) has announced that temporary lane closures will be necessary on Interstate 190 at Mannheim Road in the Chicago/Rosemont area beginning, weather permitting, Saturday, Jan. 30.
“Boogie Nights”, the Des Plaines Elementary School Dist. 62 Foundation benefit, will be held Friday, Feb. 19 at Café La Cave banquet hall on Mannheim Road. The fundraising event will include dancing to the musical stylings of the D62s, a band made up of Dist. 62 teachers and administrators.
At Republican and Democratic party conventions, presidential candidates are represented by delegates and alternates, who run as candidates themselves, in each congressional district. They are tasked with voting for their designated presidential candidates to choose who would represent their party in the November General Election.
Elk Grove Village mayor and Suburban O’Hare Commission (SOC) Chairman Craig Johnson met with DuPage County officials Tuesday (Jan. 27) who approved financial assistance for the next phase of a study aimed at minimizing noise impacts from O’Hare Airport.
Rosemont’s seniors are anxiously awaiting the installation of a bocce ball court at Margaret J. Lange Park, a few blocks south of the senior clubhouse.
After besting 23 of his classmates to win the annual Rosemont School Scripps Spelling Bee contest last week, with the word “spectacle,” eighth grader Spencer Messina will compete in the district competition at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9 at McClure Jr. High School, 4225 Wolf Rd., Western Springs.
Red Light Cameras, which are lucrative and supposed to cut down on dangerous traffic situations, reaped some nice revenue for both Des Plaines and Rosemont in 2015.
Approval of an agreement between the city of Des Plaines and a private company is likely to occur at city council’s Monday, Feb. 1 meeting. If it does, the doors will be open for Pearlshire/Bask Development Corp. to start “getting its ducks in a row,” as City Manager Mike Bartholomew said yesterday (Tuesday), leading to the construction of a hotel, large gas station and stand-alone restaurant at the northeast corner of Mannheim and Higgins roads. A second restaurant could be added later.