Week in Review: Men Charged in Home Invasion, Salon Bandit Charged and More
A look at some of the top stories of the week and items of local interest you may have missed.
Jason Logsdon, 41, of the 900 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, was charged with four armed robberies in DuPage County. He was charged earlier in the week in Cook County. He faces up to 120 years in prison for the DuPage County robberies.
Cory D. Williams, 24, of the 1400 block of Edgewood in Chicago Heights, was arrested and charged after police said he stole a car and crashed it about a block away from the incident.
Andrew Cotton and Ryan Berry, of the 300 block of Scott Avenue, Glen Ellyn and Anthony Nutoni, of the 600 block of Edgewood Street, Lombard were charged with two counts of home invasion while armed.
Cathy Leman is the owner of NutriFit, which provides nutrition counseling and fitness training, in downtown Glen Ellyn.
The U.S. Postal Service announced it will end Saturday mail delivery by Aug. 1. Patch wants to know how will this affect you?
Glenbard District 87 Superintendent David Larson in his latest guest column shares thoughts on how parents can offer support without interfering.
Arbitrary "cut" scores are changing to align ISAT scores with ACT and PARCC assessments. That means students' and schools' performance grades are likely to drop in the categories of English and math.
A look at recent property sales in Glen Ellyn.
A look at high-end properties for sale in Glen Ellyn.