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  • Boys tennis team takes 3rd straight championship

    Hinsdale Central's boys tennis team won its third straight Illinois High School Association state championship and seventh in the last nine years over the weekend. Central racked up 54 points to easily beat Lake Forest, which had 40 points. Through...
  • Hinsdale teachers deserve competitive salaries

    Good schools = good home values. Great schools = great home values.  What good is saving 50 cents on a tax bill when Hinsdale Township High School District 86 has a potential strike looming this fall? For most of us, our homes are our greatest financial...
  • D86 looks to fix system that mixes sewage, stormwater

    D86 looks to fix system that mixes sewage, stormwater
    Officials at Hinsdale Township High School District 86 are concerned that a longstanding problem of sewage mixing with stormwater from pipes at Hinsdale Central High School could impede school construction projects and is bad for the environment....
  • Hinsdale teachers vote to strike? Really?

    Hinsdale teachers vote to strike? Really?
    One of Illinois' most successful high school districts is in the midst of a power struggle: teachers vs. the school board. Teachers at Hinsdale Township High School District 86, which includes Hinsdale South and Hinsdale Central high schools, voted to...
  • Hinsdale Central, Grabill grab boys tennis state titles

    Hinsdale Central, Grabill grab boys tennis state titles
    Eddie Grabill did not possess the power — or credentials — of his Hinsdale Central teammate, but he managed to return just about every ball he got his racket on Saturday against Martin Joyce. Placed in an uncomfortable yet not unfamiliar...
  • Nybo, Glowiak to face off for state Senate seat

    Nybo, Glowiak to face off for state Senate seat
    In the days after defeating a veteran of the Illinois House to become the Republican candidate for State Senate from the 24th District, Chris Nybo has been pulling down election signs and is beginning to think about the November election. In the March...
  • Oak Park halts Hinsdale Central's winning streak

    Oak Park's baseball team nipped Hinsdale Central 2-1 on Saturday, May 10 in the first game of a West Suburban Silver Conference doubleheader. The win snapped Hinsdale Central's eight-game winning streak. Western Illinois-bound Sam Cottingham-Beard...
  • Quinn, Rauner to make first joint appearance today

    Quinn, Rauner to make first joint appearance today
    Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner will make their first joint-appearance of the fall election campaign today before the Illinois Education Association. The two are scheduled to appear before the union group’s...
  • Kansas City 'cue tour a taste of city's history

    Kansas City 'cue tour a taste of city's history
    The white cloud billowing from the smoker stings the eyes if you get too close, but few diners can resist craning their necks for a glimpse of the golden meats glistening inside. Pitmaster Mark O'Bryan mops the sweat from his face and pokes a slab of...
  • Blotter: Credit card fraud in Hinsdale, harassing communication in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Credit card fraud in Hinsdale, harassing communication in Elmhurst
    The following items were taken from police reports: Elmhurst A 49-year-old Justice man was charged with having no valid driver's license during a traffic stop Feb. 13 at Grand Avenue and York Street. A rearview mirror was smashed on a car parked...
  • Hinsdale, Elmhurst residents seek concealed carry permits

    Hinsdale, Elmhurst residents seek concealed carry permits
    The new concealed carry law is having an impact in Hinsdale and Elmhurst where police, first-responders, and other officials are looking at changes in how they do things as a result of the law. To date, 43 residents of Hinsdale have applied to the...