Investigation Planned for $100,000 Cashout, Church Helps Women Get Free Mammograms
A look at this week's top news headlines in your week in review.
The Lyons Township Trustees of Schools, which invest money for Burr Ridge's Pleasantdale School District 107, plans to hire an investigator to find out why its treasurer cashed in $100,000 worth of unused vacation, sick and personal time without telling school trustees.
The Burr Ridge United Church of Christ is helping women to obtain free mammograms, who can't afford to pay for them. The Pastor of the church says pride keeps women from speaking up to ask for help.
The first mosquitoes to test positive for West Nile Virus this year were found in traps located in Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills, Westmont, Woodridge and Lisle. Burr Ridge Patch talked to a Loyola Infectious Disease Specialist to find out how you can know if you've been infected.
Ken Brucki, a lieutenant for the Pleasantview Fire Protection District, which serves Burr Ridge, was just named chief of the Orland Fire Protection District.
Mayors from across Illinois went to Springfield Wednesday to tell lawmakers not to "hijack local revenue.'' Burr Ridge Mayor Gary Grasso told Burr Ridge Patch he thinks Springfield is hurting taxpayers.