Week in Review: Tap House Owner Withdraws Special Permit Request, Stations Received Tainted Fuel

A round up of Glen Ellyn news stories from the last week.

Community news

Opposition from village officials and residents led the owner of the Tap House Grill to withdraw his request for a special events liquor license. Some community members were concerned the tailgating events would unintentionally promote underage drinking.

Voters will be asked on the November ballot whether they want the Village of Glen Ellyn to pursue electric aggregation.

BP released a list of stations that received gasoline known to cause problems in vehicles. Three stations in Glen Ellyn received the off-specification fuel.


Carrie Gowans and Jori Appleberry help families with children with cancer or chronic illnesses enjoy a free photo shoot with the nonprofit Flashes of Hope.

David Larson has been at the helm at Glenbard District 87 since July.

Health news

More cases of West Nile virus are expected to be confirmed as additional reports have been received, officials say.


Darcy Ytterdahl competed Sunday in the international distance triathlon, which included a 1.5-kilometer swim, 40-kilometer bike and 10-kilometer run.


Cassie Nevitt teaches Pilates and offers her clients other ways to improve their lives.

Local interest

Looking for a new job in the Glen Ellyn area, check out these opportunities.

Every week Glen Ellyn Patch will share information about adoptable pets waiting for homes at local animal shelters.


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