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A suburb of Chicago, Elmhurst was originally inhabited by the Pottawatomie people until the arrival of European settlers in 1836. Originally named Cottage Hill the area took on the name of Elmhurst in 1869. Today Elmhurst holds the third largest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Chicago area and is home to the distribution center for Famous Amos cookies. The Theatre Historical Society of America, a non-profit education organization, is also located in Elmhurst.
Local Newspapers: The Elmhurst Press
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Elmhurst College
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Towns/Cities near elmhurst, illinois : Bensenville Northlake Hillside Bellwood Melrose Park Villa Park Addison
Grace Cafe returns to Elmhurst churches Sept. 11 for its 11th season
Grace Cafe was started in 2007 as an ecumenical mission project to provide a free hot meal to anyone in the community and is currently supported by 13 Elmhurst churches whose members provide two dinner gatherings per month for their guests. Community members who are hungry, lonely, facing a tight budget or are eager to share dinner, companionship and conversation with other folks are invited to come to Grace Cafe.Elmhurst turns down longtime restaurant's request for tax break
Elmhurst aldermen on the city's Development, Planning and Zoning Committee this week turned down a request for financial help with relocation expenses for the city's Rainbow Restaurant, saying the move didn't qualify for any existing programs to help city businesses. Because of building maintenance problems and other issues at the present location, they plan to move across the street into ground floor retail space in the newly completed Elmhurst 255 building, once known as the Hahn Street project.Beer Market wants to expand, rebrand in Vernon Hills
A popular locale for craft beer in Vernon Hills is seeking village approval for a building addition, but the reason for the expansion has raised questions for town officials. The Beer Market, 1270 S. Milwaukee Ave., in the Vernon Hills Town Center, wants to build a small addition off the southwest wall for storage in support of a planned kitchen on the mezzanine above the bar.Elmhurst OKs tax incentives for motorcycle dealership
The Elmhurst City Council overwhelming approved a measure to provide $500,000 in tax incentives over 12 years to motorcycle seller iMotorsports to expand and redevelop a formerly blighted site on Grand Avenue in Elmhurst. The council voted 11-1 Monday night to provide iMotorsports with $100,000 upfront to help with building and renovating the site.YMCA hockey player thanks Elmhurst first responders for saving his life
Frank Sangiacomo thanked Elmhurst Fire Department first responders for saving his life following a heart attack. The emergency call came to the Elmhurst Fire Department late on a cold night this past February.Elmhurst tells residents: Go fly a kite
It was the kind of day in Elmhurst where if someone told you to "go fly a kite," you'd simply smile and say, "Sure!" Indeed, if you looked around Berens Park on Saturday afternoon, you'd think just about everybody in town suddenly developed a powerful hankering to launch a kite. It was all part of Elmhurst Park District's annual Kite Fest, where amateurs could rub shoulders with kite professionals -- yes, there are professional kite fliers -- for a few hours of fun and demonstrations.Elmhurst cops, businesses team to fight scams
The most common scams include callers impersonating the Internal Revenue Service; claiming to be a loved one or family member in need of immediate help; or claiming to be affiliated with local or federal law enforcement. Victims then are instructed to purchase numerous iTunes or Amazon gift cards, prepaid credit cards, or transfer money using Western Union out of the country.Chicago schools grant criticized by Rauner was put in place by GOP in 1990s
Former state Rep. Jeff Schoenberg, an Evanston Democrat who later became a state senator, was among a small number of Democrats who voted in 1995 for an annual grant for Chicago schools. Republican former state Sen. Kirk Dillard of Hinsdale said 1995 school funding changes resulted from compromise, "but there doesn't seem to be that will today."Support builds for new Elmhurst park site
Nearly two dozen Elmhurst residents made suggestions, asked questions and expressed concerns Thursday night about a 3.4-acre site the park district plans to buy at OS761 Old York Road. The property, which once housed a trailer park, has been vacant for about a decade.Elmhurst cops detain Winfield man in sex abuse probe
Elmhurst police say they detained a 62-year-old Winfield man on Thursday as part of an investigation into a criminal sexual abuse complaint involving a 15-year-old girl from Lombard. The girl told police the man sat next to her on a westbound Metra train about 4:15 p.m. at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago and began to inappropriately touch and photograph her.40th anniversary showing of 'Saturday Night Live'
"Saturday Night Fever," the American cult classic that brought disco music out of the clubs and to the masses, was released 40 years ago with its danceable Bee Gees soundtrack and its cast of New Jersey punks led by Tony Manero. That makes it a fitting time to take a look back at the legacy of this still-popular Oscar-nominated film that propelled John Travolta and the Gibbs brothers to international fame.Elmhurst residents: Do more to cut O'Hare noise
Roughly 50 Elmhurst residents complained about noise from O'Hare International Airport during a city council committee meeting this week -- and the mayor and several council members told them they're not alone. "We're on it all of the time," Alderman Scott Levin told frustrated residents at the public affairs and safety committee meeting.Proposed study to look at future of Elmhurst police station
Elmhurst City Council's public affairs and safety committee is recommending approval of plans to spend $43,400 to study the functional and space needs of the city's 27-year-old police station. Police Chief Michael Ruth said the station -- built before computers were used in the facility and before passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act -- is becoming outdated.Partnership helps Triton student transfer to Elmhurst
To help smooth the path for students interested in transferring from Triton College to Elmhurst College, the president from each institution recently signed agreements that will guarantee admission to Elmhurst for qualifying Triton community college students, and that will create a dual enrollment program allowing Triton students to declare their intent to transfer to Elmhurst. During a signing ceremony, Elmhurst College President Troy VanAken said he has met students who transferred from Triton to Elmhurst and has seen "how their lives are being fulfilled both in and out of the classroom.Cops searching for missing man with autism near Elmhurst
A 21-year-old man with autism is missing from his home in an unincorporated area near Elmhurst, authorities said Tuesday morning. DuPage County sheriff's deputies are asking the public for help in finding Patrick Mulhern, who last was seen around 2 a.m. at his home near the intersection of York Road and Diversey Avenue.Elmhurst Park District seeks ideas for 2 new sites
Elmhurst residents can offer ideas for how to develop two new park district sites -- including a former trailer park -- during a public hearing this week designed to solicit community input. The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, July 27, at the Butterfield Park Recreation Building, 385 E. Van Buren St. The possibilities for outdoor recreational uses at the sites range from trails to natural areas to creation of a dog park -- all needs residents identified in a recent park district survey.Elmhurst crews searching Salt Creek after finding abandoned canoe
Elmhurst public safety crews are searching Salt Creek after authorities say an abandoned canoe was discovered in the water about 10 a.m. today under the bridge at St. Charles Road and Route 83. Eastbound lanes on St. Charles have been closed between Monterrey and Route 83 and drivers are being cautioned to avoid the area. Authorities say one life preserver cushion was recovered at the scene.
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