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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 Health CEO aims to make care more seamless
She's been a nurse and a director of cardiovascular services, a mental health hospital leader and a hospital CEO, and now Mary Lou Mastro is rising to her next leadership role -- CEO of Edward-Elmhurst Health. Until June 30, she's sharing the position with retiring CEO Pam Davis, with whom she has worked for nearly 30 years in executive positions at hospitals in Naperville and Elmhurst that merged in 2013.Retooled York Building taking shape in downtown Elmhurst
This rendering shows what The York Building in downtown Elmhurst will look like when it's completed later this year. The York Building, a new office and retail structure beginning to take shape in downtown Elmhurst, is scheduled to open in late summer with a different vibe than developers first envisioned.DuPage Medical Group adds Elmhurst physicians
Dr. Patricia Merwick earned a medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, graduating with honors from the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. She was chief resident in internal medicine at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center.How volunteers work to protect Elmhurst's Great Western Prairie
Roughly 10 times a year, he leads a group of volunteers -- sometimes a handful, sometimes several dozen -- in work to spruce up the Elmhurst Great Western Prairie, a 6-acre strip of virgin land that runs parallel to the Illinois Prairie Path from Spring Road to Salt Creek. Owned by Elmhurst Park District, the Great Western Prairie is the oldest living environment in the city.Author events: Food blogger Joy Wilson presents new cookbook March 25 in Chicago
Joy Wilson, author and Joy the Baker blogger, presents her new cookbook, "Over Easy," at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 25, at the Read It & Eat bookstore in Chicago. • "I Heart You" author Meg Fleming signs copies of her book at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 19, at Anderson's Bookshop, 123 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville.Update on The York Building In Elmhurst City Centre
If you haven't been in the Elmhurst City Centre in the past few weeks, you have likely not seen the progress being made at the old Plass Appliance site on the west side of York Street right in the heart of the City Center. These concrete block structures are the elevators, right? They're set way back from York and rise vertically in the middle of the site.Overuse of Physical Therapy a Growing Pain Point for Workers' Comp Costs
I recently attended an event for the Chicago chapter of the Disability Management Employer Coalition. The topic was tackling physical therapy/occupational therapy over-utilization, a national problem for employers, claims adjusters and case managers who handle workers' compensation cases.Six-story, 165-unit luxury apartment building coming to downtown Elmhurst
A six-story complex with 165 luxury apartment units, stores and parking soon could be the newest addition to Elmhurst's growing downtown. Aldermen this week voted 9-4 to give their preliminary approval for plans to build the L-shaped building on the site that now houses the vacant U.S. Bank building at 100 N. Addison Ave. The developer, The Opus Group, plans to spend roughly $53.5 million on the project, including about $43.4 million in construction costs and around $4 million to buy the land.'Common sense overrides safety' concerns about Elmhurst day care
An Elmhurst day care center has moved one big step closer to the downtown location it hopes to call home. City council members gave preliminary approval to Kidz Drop In's plan to move to a long-vacant building just south of city hall, where owner Kasindra Dayton says she wants to open an organic and environmentally friendly facility where parents can take kids during extended hours.Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra Announces Stanger Audition Winner
The winners of the Dr. Robert Stanger Young Artists Audition for 2017 have been announced by the Elmhurst Symphony Association. Held on February 11 at Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church in Elmhurst, the competition showcased 25 outstanding high school musicians from many of the western suburbs.Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra performs 'Latin Sensations'
Guitar solos, ensemble pieces, community participation and dance performances all will be packed into an evening concert Saturday, March 11, when the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra presents "Latin Sensations." The Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra will present two concerts at Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church, 149 W. Brush Hill Road, Elmhurst.Elmhurst, DuPage County work together to alleviate flooding
But while the Elmhurst Quarry Flood Control Facility along Route 83 was doing its job keeping Oak Brook and other downstream towns dry, residents living just blocks away were dealing with chronic flooding. So Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley in fall 2014 reached out to DuPage County, which owns and operates the reservoir, with a straightforward request: He wanted to know if the city could run a pipe directly into the quarry.Thousands attend Elmhurst St. Patrick's Day Parade
Thousands of people attended Saturday's 21st Elmhurst St. Patrick's Day Parade, watching as Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley, the grand marshal, led the 140 parade entries through the downtown. The parade featured nine Medinah Shriner units, Irish dancers, Irish pipe bands, floats, school marching bands, community groups, the Elmhurst Police Department, charity organizations and politicians, including the governor.One Earth Film Festival Highlights 'Hometown Habitat'
The One Earth Film Festival, now in its sixth year, bills itself as "the Midwest's premier environmental film festival." "It was an Oak Park thing at first," said festival founder Ana Garcia-Doyle about the festival's origins in 2012.Weekend A-Jenda: March 3rd a " 5th, 2017
Benefitting the Chicago Special Olympics, the 17th Annual Chicago Polar Plunge will take place at Chicago's North Avenue Beach on Sunday, March 5, 2017. With more than 60 school buses coming from around the city, groups of 20 or more fundraising plungers have the luxury of curbside service for pledging a certain amount of money to the Special Olympics.Retiring Edward-Elmhurst Health CEO Pam Davis reflects on her 28-year tenure
In 28 years leading Naperville's Edward Hospital, Pam Davis nurtured specialties in cardiac, cancer and neurological care, built a sister hospital in Plainfield, merged with a third hospital in Elmhurst and fulfilled her long-held career goal of becoming a hospital president. Now Davis, 68, is preparing to retire and hand the reins of Edward-Elmhurst Health to Mary Lou Mastro, with whom she is serving as co-CEO until June 30. A look back at some of the accomplishments during the Pam Davis era at Edward Hospital in Naperville and Elmhurst Hospital: 1988: Opens Edward Health & Fitness Center, first medically based fitness center in DuPage County.Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital opens new private patient room addition
Lee Jorwic of Elmhurst was the first patient to move into the new private patient room addition at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital March 1. Jorwic was one of nearly 70 patients who moved from the original hospital into the new $76 million addition that houses 96 private patient rooms. Jorwic is pictured with the nurse navigator Mickey Nottoli.
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