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A suburb of Chicago, Elmhurst was originally inhabited by the Pottawatomie people until the arrival of European settlers in 1836. Originally named Cottage Hill the area took on the name of Elmhurst in 1869. Today Elmhurst holds the third largest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Chicago area and is home to the distribution center for Famous Amos cookies. The Theatre Historical Society of America, a non-profit education organization, is also located in Elmhurst.
Local Newspapers: The Elmhurst Press
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Elmhurst College
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Towns/Cities near elmhurst, illinois : Bensenville Northlake Hillside Bellwood Melrose Park Villa Park Addison
New car owners encountering more technology problems
The infotainment system in Porsche's new 911. Lexus and Porsche tied for the top spot, leading all brands for dependability in the survey released Wednesday by the consulting firm J.D. Power.Death of River Grove woman ruled a homicide
River Grove police are probing an apparent homicide discovered Feb. 14 after they responded to a call asking them to look into the well-being of a resident, Police Chief Rodger Loni reported on the village's Facebook page. The Cook County medical examiner's office reported that a 44-year-old River Grove resident, Marisol Hernandez, was pronounced dead at 2:25 p.m. Feb. 14 in an incident that happened at her residence at 8821 Wrightwood Ave. On Feb. 15, the medical examiner's office announced that it had ruled the death a homicide, with the cause listed as "multiple sharp force injuries."Baby boomer finds car safety tech essential
We have never received more emails and letters than to our reply Jan. 1 to C.P. of Elmhurst, Ill., , who stated that "high-tech features are a crock; keyless entry and start buttons - wow, seniors do not want this crap." Perhaps the humor was lost on the many readers who took us to task for snarkiness when we asked, "How far should we regress? Should we eliminate safety glass, air bags or seat belts? Maybe we could revert to the horse and buggy days when emissions could be scooped up and spread on the garden."Civic leader gives Elmhurst College $100,000 for chamber intern program
Longtime Elmhurst businessman, civic leader and community volunteer Ralph Pechanio has donated $100,000 to Elmhurst College to establish an endowed fund to support student internships at the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Pechanio had been supporting the chamber's internship program anonymously for more than a decade, but decided recently to allow his name to be used when the fund was established.Motormouth: Retired pilot is thankful for auto safety advances
We have never received more e-mails and letters than to our reply last month to C.P. of Elmhurst, Ill., who stated that "high-tech features are a crock; keyless entry and start buttons - wow, seniors do not want this crap." Perhaps the humor was lost on the many readers who took us to task for snarkiness when we asked, "How far should we regress? Should we eliminate safety glass, air bags or seatbelts? Maybe we could revert to the horse and buggy days when emissions could be scooped up and spread on the garden."Suburban school projects stalled over printing mistake
Elmhurst police have charged an 18-year-old Chicago man with weapon offenses following an accidental shooting inside a car at 10 p.m. Sunday on the 200 block of Clinton. Police said they were contacted by staff members at Gottleib Hospital in Melrose Park who said a gunshot victim was in their emergency room for treatment.Students with special needs get special help behind the wheel
Christopher Chavez looks forward to the day he can earn his license and drive himself to his karate lessons and the job he hopes to have one day. • More likely to have received repeated traffic citations, mainly for speeding • Injured three times as often in car crashes • Nearly four times more likely to have an accident • Six to eight times more likely to have their license suspended or revoked • More likely to have driven an automobile without adult supervision prior to becoming a licensed driver Source: Behind the Wheel with ADHD A senior at St. Charles East High School, Christopher, 18, has autism and an attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.COD, Elmhurst College partner to help transfer students
Elmhurst College and College of DuPage recently launched several new 2+2 programs designed to help COD students transfer seamlessly to Elmhurst. Developed for students who plan to major in political science, Spanish, French, German or English with secondary education licensure, the programs allow students to earn an associate degree at COD and a bachelor's degree from Elmhurst in just four years.Miles Excited To Coach Talent Like Nilsen
ELMHURST, Ill.-In his first month of collegiate competition, South Dakota freshman Chris Nilsen has made a name for himself at the top of the Summit League and the NCAA. Nilsen captures his fourth consecutive Summit League Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week for the period ended Feb. 5, announced by the league office Tuesday.Feldco buys Danley's, Early Times Home Solutions
Des Plaines-based Feldco, a provider of windows, doors and siding, said Tuesday it has acquired Danley's Garage World of Northbrook and Early Times Home Solutions of Elmhurst. Des Plaines-based Feldco , a provider of windows, doors and siding, said Tuesday it has acquired Danley's Garage World of Northbrook and Early Times Home Solutions of Elmhurst.Museum to feature art from Elmhurst College Jazz Festival
Thanks to a collaboration between the Elmhurst College Jazz Festival and the Elmhurst Art Museum , the art museum will exhibit a collection of drawings and paintings commemorating the acclaimed collegiate jazz festival as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. For the last half century, the Elmhurst College Jazz Festival -- which runs Feb. 23-26 this year -- has welcomed the industry's top professional musicians and some of the nation's best college bands to perform on the Elmhurst College campus.Hertting Is Summit Diver Of Week For 31st Time
ELMHURST, Ill.-South Dakota senior Greysen Hertting has been named the Summit League Women's Diver of the Week for the period ended Jan. 29, which was announced by the league office Tuesday. Hertting collects the award for the sixth time this season and extends her league to record to 31. The next closest female diver has six total awards.Man charged with car burglaries in Elmhurst
A 23-year-old man has been charged with stealing items from unlocked cars over the past three months, Elmhurst police said Tuesday. Darius Anthony, who lives on the 5800 block of Prospect Avenue in Berkeley, faces eight counts of burglary.Stroll through Elmhurst for history and art
Stroll through Elmhursti 1 2s cultural hub, Wilder Park. It contains not only the Elmhurst Art Museum and Public Library, but also a conservatory, a mansion, formal gardens and the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art.Motormouth: Motormouth responds in earnest to readers' complaints of sarcasm
I have to disagree with your response to C.P. from Elmhurst, Ill. All he was stating is not everyone wants or needs some of the features that are now on new vehicles.Owners of bridal shop destroyed by fire scramble to fill orders
A fire that burned for more than 12 hours destroyed a bridal shop in west suburban Elmhurst, and now the owners are scrambling to assure that all customer orders will be filled. Elmhurst firefighters were called about 1:37 p.m. Thursday to a fire at VIP Occasions at 351 N. York St., according to a statement from the City of Elmhurst.
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