Week in Review: D41 Parents Take Up Think Tank Petition; Food Pantry in Great Need
A look back at some of the top stories and stories of local interest from the week.
The Glen Ellyn District 41 Board of Education began to discuss the Think Tank initiative and has asked for some clarifications.
Parents have started a petition asking Glen Ellyn District 41 to hold off on implementing Think Tank initiative changes in the 2013-14 school year.
Glen Ellyn Police Department reports, Dec. 2-8
Alfredo Garcia, 36, of Bolingbrook, was one of seven people arrested in July 2011 in a drug bust at La Playa Cantina.
The Glen Ellyn Food Pantry is in need of cash and food donations to meet client demand.
Families from Glen Ellyn and Lombard welcomed newborns Wednesday at Good Samaritan Hospital with a once-in-a-century birthdate.
A new cell site at Route 53 and Beamis Road should improve web browsing and download speeds for Glen Ellyn residents in that area, according to AT&T.
The Glen Ellyn Junior Woman's Club with the help of donors, the Salvation Army and the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Co. brought joy to more than 100 families this holiday.
Is there a person you know who has made Glen Ellyn a better place thanks to his or her actions this year? Tell us by nominating that person. Deadline is 5 p.m. Wed., Dec. 20. Readers will then vote on the nominees.
Did you decorate your house for the holidays this year? Enter our "Deck the House" contest and you could win $100,000 for your local school district and $500 to pay your electric bills!
Local employers are you hiring? Share your job opening with us and we will post them in our weekly column. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.