Here’s some good news for Rosemont gardeners who plan to sign up today (Wednesday) to reserve a plot in the free village community garden behind the Rosemont Park District Recreation Center: there will be more garden plots available to serve more people this year.
Experts hired by the Suburban O’Hare Commission (SOC) are expected to be introduced at a meeting of the Suburban O’Hare Commission tonight (Wednesday) at the Charles Zettek Municipal Complex in Elk Grove Village.
These items are from Rosemont Police Dept. incident reports. The Rosemont Journal publishes its police blotter every Wednesday.
Three males are facing alcohol-related charges after reportedly being caught drinking in a Rosemont park by the police chief.
Construction on the new Gene & Georgetti steakhouse continued Monday (Mar. 30) in Rosemont at 9421 Higgins. The new restaurant is being built where the legendary Rosewood Restaurant stood for decades and closed at the end of 2014. Gene & Georgetti is expected to seat 300 people and may be open by late spring. The original Gene & Georgetti is located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. This is the restaurant’s first expansion in almost 75 years. The village of Rosemont owns the building that will house the new restaurant.
The new Troy the Trojan mascot is not only rallying school spirit at Triton College, but is becoming a magnet for people of all ages.
Rosemont Elementary School was the place to be last Friday night (Mar. 20) for Family Fun Night -- once you made your way through loads of local traffic to get there.
Tightrope walking, trampoline stunts, cycling, juggling, walking the trapeze, stilt walking and clowns are all part of the Mar. 26-28 Triton Troupers Circus at Triton College in River Grove. The public is invited.
A federal judge last Friday dismissed part of a three-count lawsuit filed by a former Rosemont police commander who accused the village’s public safety department of discharging him last year because he spoke up about misconduct and for exercising his workmen’s compensation rights.
Another public hearing on the huge O’Hare Lake office/entertainment proposal will likely be held on Monday, Apr. 20 because the city failed to notify every property owner within 300-ft. of the site as a city ordinance requires.
The Hoffman family, owners of Schaumburg-based Ala Carte Entertainment Inc., are excited about May’s opening of their new Rosie’s Rivers Edge Tavern on the first floor of Rosemont Village Hall, 9501 W. Devon Ave.
If and when development of the O’Hare Lake property moves forward on the Des Plaines-Rosemont border, the proposed 165-ft. tall office buildings there would be acceptable to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), according to a very preliminary review.
Close to 250 students will present their research project and findings to a diverse audience at West Leyden High School today (Wednesday) during Leyden High School District 212’s annual Literacy Fair. East Leyden students have until Apr. 15 to prepare for their speeches.
Rosemont School eighth grader Dominick Sanakiewicz led the school’s varsity scholastic bowl squad to a 6-0 championship win while answering 33 questions correctly, leading all other contenders, during the Leyden Fenton Scholastic Bowl Championship Tournament Mar. 18 at East Leyden High School in Franklin Park.
Rosemont Public Works crews were out early Monday (Mar. 23) clearing streets, parking lots and senior driveways of snow and ice. An estimated 2 to 4 inches of snow had fallen in spots across the Journal-area.