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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
Edward, Elmhurst hospitals seeking dogs for therapy programs
Edward's program began in 2002 with 15 teams of dogs and their handlers. Today it features nearly 70 such teams that have made more than 200,000 patient visits since the program started.Elmhurst police investigating pair of attempted residential burglaries
The attempts occurred within a period of about 40 minutes, according to a news release posted on the village's website. It was unclear whether investigators believe the two incidents are related.Study: Elmhurst can support $25 million performing arts center
An artist's rendering of what a proposed Elmhurst Centre for Performing Arts could look like in downtown. A study released this week suggests Elmhurst can support a $25 million, 50,000-square-foot center.5 things to do this weekend in the suburbs
Embrace winter at the Volo Bog, or keep warm at a comedy show in Waukegan, a dinosaur attraction in Rosemont, a new museum exhibit in Elmhurst or a play in St. Charles. Take the kids or grandkids to see animatronic creatures with "Dinosaur Time Trek: Shark Edition," a walk-through family exhibit this weekend at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, 5555 N. River Road, Rosemont.Crash closes part of St. Charles Road in Elmhurst
Elmhurst emergency crews are on the scene of a serious accident that has closed St. Charles Road between Berkley Avenue and the railroad tracks near York High School. Authorities stress that despite its proximity to the high school, the crash does not involve any York staff or students.Elmhurst pantry leader to be honored by chamber
Nancy Peterson of Elmhurst will be honored as 2017 Ambassador of the Year at the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry's 99th annual Awards Gala and 100th Birthday Bash from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, at The Drake Oak Brook Hotel. Peterson has served as a chamber ambassador for the past three years, while representing the Elmhurst-Yorkfield Food Pantry, a chamber member since 2013.Mayor: Elmhurst benefiting from development
When it comes to economic development, Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley says his philosophy is to keep your foot on the gas. "If you don't work hard to create a fertile business environment, somebody else will," he said Tuesday during his state of the city address to the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry.5 things to do for $5 (or less) in suburbs, Chicago
The Currier & Ives print "The Charge of the 54th Mass. Regiment at Fort Wagner, 1863" from the Gilder Lehrman Collection will be featured in the traveling exhibit "Freedom: A History of US" at the Elmhurst History Museum.Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend
Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.Elmhurst chamber to honor leader's service
Ralph Pechanio of Elmhurst will receive the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry's 2017 Chairman's Award in recognition of his contributions to the chamber and the community. The annual award is given to a member of the chamber's board of directors for outstanding service to the board, chairman and president/CEO or to a non-director for praiseworthy contributions or performance.One lane of York Road in Elmhurst still closed due to water main break
One lane of York Road was expected to remain closed until at least 8 p.m. Thursday between Butterfield Road and Lexington Street in Elmhurst because of an early morning water main break at the southeast corner of Butterfield and York. Paul Burris, the city's utility operations manager, said repairs to the water main were slowed because workers encountered unknown utilities that were in the way.Elmhurst house uninhabitable after fire
Firefighters responded at 9:42 a.m. to a report of smoke in the basement of the one-and-a-half-story home on the 800 block of North Howard Avenue. Crews from Addison, Bensenville, Villa Park and York Center also responded.Lombard residents push for new vote on tax hike for library
In a move that could scuttle plans for a new Lombard library, a group of residents wants to put a question on the November ballot asking if a tax rate increase approved more than a year ago should be reduced. Voters supported the property tax increase in November 2016 after Helen M. Plum Memorial Library officials promised to tear down and replace their existing building at 110 W. Maple St. But the project has been stalled because the library hasn't been able to get permission from the park district to build more than one story on land that used to be part of Lilacia Park.New water meters coming for Elmhurst, Lombard
Installation of new water meters is beginning in Elmhurst and Lombard as both towns look to replace outdated technology with devices that will provide more accurate readings. Residential water meters in both communities are more than 25 years old, and the towns say they lose money on unaccounted water use the aging meters fail to record.Putting faces to the names of soldiers: Photos sought of Illinois GIs killed in Vietnam
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The young couple moved to Elmhurst, Illinois from 1963 to 1966 before relocating back to Boone County where they raised two children, Norman and Pamela. Frequent vacations took the family all over the United States.Group wants photos of every service member killed in Vietnam War
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is gathering photos of fallen service members for an exhibit in a proposed $130 million education center near the monument in Washington, D.C. There are more than 300 photos of Illinois natives still needed for the "Wall of Faces" project. Look at a picture of Army Lt.'Best-kept secret' no more, Villa Park makes top places to live lists
But with a ranking as No. 8 on Money magazine's 2017 list of the 10 Best Places in America to Raise a Family Now , and a spot as No.Elmhurst looks to spur development with new downtown tax district
Elmhurst officials want to continue attracting developers and new development projects to downtown Elmhurst and are proposing a new tax increment financing district to do that. Recent downtown projects, including the six-story 160-apartment Opus project at First and Addison Avenue, the Fitness Formula Club project in the same block of Addison and the relocation of New Home Star to a vacant building on Second Street west of Addison, have all been fueled at least in part by tax increment money.Festivals: It's the final week for holiday light shows
Holiday Flower Show: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through December and 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in January, through Jan. 7 at Wilder Park Conservatory, 225 S. Prospect Ave., Elmhurst. Get into the holiday spirit with Wilder Park Conservatory's festive holiday floral display.
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