Weekly News Roundup: Agreement Reached Over Tennis Courts, Turf Rental Rates Debated Plus More
Take a look back at this week's news highlights.
Read on for some of this week's news headlines you may have missed. At the very least, check out our slide show from CCSD 180's Family Fitness Carnival and Book Fair.
After much waiting, the final official results for the Burr Ridge Village Board election were released. Find out which write-in candidate won.
Public rental of Hinsdale South and Hinsdale Central’s synthetic turf field could go up. District 86 board members are considering raising the rates for community groups, such as business and youth leagues. See what the new rate may be and where the money will go.
Students from Community Consolidated School District 180 and their families learned the relationship between physical fitness and learning at a Family Fitness Carnival and Book Fair held at Anne M. Jeans Elementary. Check out our photo slideshow.
At Monday’s village board meeting, trustees reached an intergovernmental agreement with the Village of Hinsdale regarding the building of additional platform tennis courts at Katherine Legge Memorial. Read the details of the agreement and find out what the concerns of the trustees are.
The president and CEO of the Ray Graham Association speaks out against state budget cuts to community services. RGA is a nonprofit organization that operates the Hanson Center and would be impacted by slashes in funding. Read what she has to say on the issue.