Week in Review: Nonprofits Get Warning, Fire Company Seeks Alliance, West Nile Cases Confirmed
A round up of Glen Ellyn news stories from the last week.
In its first program of the 2012-13 school year the Glenbard Parent Series will welcome Lee Hirsch whose documentary film "Bully" has raised attention nationally, creating dialog and promoting change around the age-old problem of bullying.
Police and Fire
In this week’s police blotter the Glen Ellyn Police Department reported that someone stole gift cards from Caribou Coffee. The cards were valueless until purchased.
The Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Co. is hoping to join an intergovernmental agency charged with responding to fire and medical emergencies by as early as next month.
Every year Robin Currie takes a volunteer vacation where she travels to remote areas and helps people with their English literacy.
Doug Herwaldt has owned Paul's Shoe Service for 31 years. The business is in the process of celebrating its 60th anniversary.
During its Village Board meeting, the board of trustees approved funding for 12 area nonprofits, but said such funding may not be forthcoming in the future.
A Villa Park man in his 50s is the second confirmed case of West Nile virus in DuPage County. Numbers of those infected is expected to continue to rise.