Week in Review: Flu Season Arrives, Fire Damages Newton Ave. Home, Village Chooses Candidates
A look back at some of the top stories of the week and other items of local interest.
Police and Fire
Glen Ellyn Police Department reports, Nov. 24 -Dec. 1
Joseph A. Martinez, pleaded guilty to aggravated battery last week in DuPage County Court.
Glen Ellyn Fire Officials responded to a fire Monday morning in the 200 block of Newton Avenue. Officials said family and friends were assisting the family.
Health and Safety
If you haven't had your flu vaccination yet this year, it's not too late. Cases of the flu are already rising above normal levels this year.
The Village of Glen Ellyn's aggregation program is expected to take effect in February 2013.
The candidates chosen during the Town Meeting will appear on the ballot in April 2013.
The number of women participating in the Ladies Night Out increased as did the amount of sales at downtown businesses.
Officials from District 41 have said additional public meetings will be held to discuss and gather feedback regarding the Think Tank proposals for educational reforms.
Have items you no longer need? A number of holiday collections are underway and items can be easily donated in one location. Find out more!
The DuPage County Health Department offers tips to ensure trees, decorations and lights look pretty and work safely.