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Lombard, "The Lilac Village, " is a suburb of Chicago. In 1927 the estate of Colonel William Plum, a local resident, was bequeathed to the village. The Plum property included his home, which became the village library, and a large garden containing 200 varieties of lilac bushes became a public park. Since 1930 Lombard has hosted an annual Lilac Festival and parade in May. "Lilac Time in Lombard, " is a 16-day festival ending in mid-May.
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) .Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Fire (MLS)
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Towns/Cities near lombard, illinois : Villa Park Elmhurst Glen Ellyn Wheaton Downers Grove Addison
Gov. Rauner signs Charlie's Law
LOMBARD Gov. Bruce Rauner today signed Charlie's Law, a-first-in-the-nation bill that enables all children in Illinois to receive treatment under their insurance plans for the debilitating behavioral disease PANDAS . "Today is an important day.Tom Cullerton to host community job fair for area residents
State Senator Tom Cullerton , local chambers of commerce and the Illinois Department of Employment Security will host their fifth annual job fair from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, August 23 at the Odeum in Villa Park. Cullerton is recruiting employers and organizations to participate in his fifth annual job fair.Fairs & festivals: Kane County Fair kicks off the weekend
McHenry Fiesta Days: 5 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, July 20; 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 21; 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 22; and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 23, at Veteran's Memorial Park, 3400 Pearl St., McHenry. Music, food and beer, kids' ice cream social Friday, and arts and crafts in the park and sidewalk sales Saturday.Gymboree to close 16 Illinois stores
The store closings include some of its sister stores -- Janie and Jack and Crazy 8. The store closings are part of the company's voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing and are expected to reduce debt by more than $900 million, according to a company statement. "Today's announcement represents the next step in the company's court-supervised financial restructuring as we work to more strongly position the business for long-term growth and success," said Gymboree President and CEO Daniel Griesemer.Embracing tai chi in long-term care
When Ed Putnam first encountered tai chi 30 years ago, the Chinese exercise captivated him. He became a practitioner, studying the physical and psychological benefits of the calming, graceful movements.RotoMetrics acquires assets from Action Rotary Die
Chicago-based Action Rotary Die, Inc. has sold selected assets to St. Louis-based RotoMetrics in a transaction that was completed in June of 2017. "With the selected asset purchase, we are in a stronger position to support our customers and grow our Lombard, IL repair center," says Molly Moroni, vice president of sales for RotoMetrics.Chicago Suburbs See Uptick in Car Burglaries, Thefts: Police
The amount of vehicle burglaries in several of Chicago's suburbs have drastically risen within the past two weeks, authorities say. Chris Hush reports.Crosswalks, roundabouts and buses to O'Hare on readers' minds
A crosswalk with a flashing yellow beacon on Central Avenue near Melas Park in Mount Prospect has caused controversy over the efficacy of the new signal. This week's column is all about you, thanks to an influx of reaction on topics ranging from crosswalks to buses.Cache in warehouse resurrects detailed copies of Constitution, Declaration
A trove of antique plates once used to reprint the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence, and recently found in a Rockford-area warehouse, could be sold to collectors for $650 or more apiece. Instead, the plates are being used again for the first time since the 1940s to reprint Constitution copies that can be donated to schools, in part because of a $10,000 investment from College of DuPage board Chairwoman Deanne Mazzochi.State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v. William Plough
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, as Subrogee of Annie Rodriguez, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. WILLIAM PLOUGH, By and Through His Special Representative, Ryan Blues, Defendant-Appellant.Elgin tops DUI arrest increase across state
After training more police officers in detecting impaired drivers, Elgin logged the highest increase in DUI arrests last year among municipal law enforcement agencies across the state, data shows. The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists released Tuesday its annual DUI arrest survey for Illinois; nearly 700 police agencies were surveyed with an 81 percent response.Lombard Dist. 44 sets 50-day limit for interim superintendent
Ted Stec, 40, of Elmhurst, is pursuing his superintendent's endorsement and preparing to take over by April 1, 2018, as superintendent of Lombard Elementary District 44. Patricia Wernet will become interim superintendent in Lombard Elementary District 44 on July 1, serving in the role for up to 50 days while future Superintendent Ted Stec gains his superintendent's endorsement from the state. Lombard Elementary District 44 has agreed to pay its interim superintendent $1,000 a day for up to 50 days of work next school year.Lombard battles two house fires at once
The fire department in Lombard dealt with two house fires practically at once Sunday afternoon and extinguished both without anyone getting hurt, authorities said. The fires were reported at 3:03 and 3:33 p.m. at two houses roughly a mile apart, Battalion Chief Ray Kickert said.It's starting to get to some of them
There are also resolutions, which do not even carry the weight of the paper they're printed on. But Thursday was a parade of them.Family settles for $1 million in death of infant at Lombard day care
The family of a 3-month-old girl who died at a Lombard day care in November has settled a $1 million lawsuit against the center's insurance company. DuPage County Judge Brian McKillip approved the settlement of the insurance policy limits earlier this month on behalf of Tessa McDaniel's estate, which is administered by her mother, Katlyn McDaniel.All in the family
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