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Lombard, "The Lilac Village, " is a suburb of Chicago. In 1927 the estate of Colonel William Plum, a local resident, was bequeathed to the village. The Plum property included his home, which became the village library, and a large garden containing 200 varieties of lilac bushes became a public park. Since 1930 Lombard has hosted an annual Lilac Festival and parade in May. "Lilac Time in Lombard, " is a 16-day festival ending in mid-May.
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Abortion-rights group takes aim at Breen in re-election bid
A well-funded abortion-rights group is rolling out mailers against state Rep. Peter Breen months before the Lombard Republican defends his seat in November. Even before the March 20 primary, Personal PAC launched a website last Wednesday criticizing the GOP's House floor leader.Lombard teen charged with $80,000 vandalism at sewage plant
A Lombard teen appeared in DuPage County court Saturday facing accusations he caused about $80,000 in damage to a Glenbard Wastewater Authority facility during two separate acts of vandalism in recent weeks. Luke Howell, 18, of the 100 block of East Ash Street, is charged with criminal damage to property alleging he damaged water meters at the Lombard facility Feb. 23 and March 9. The charge is a Class 3 felony punishable by a maximum two to five years in prison.Illinois Tollway Awards More Than $54M in Contracts
The Illinois Tollway Board of Directors approved eight construction contracts and three professional engineering service contracts totaling $54.3 million at its February meeting. Nearly $174.2 million in construction contracts have been approved by the Tollway Board in 2018, as part of the seventh year of the Tollway's 15-year, $14 billion capital program, Move Illinois: The Illinois Tollway Driving the Future.NAI Hiffman inks leases of three information technology tenants
NAI Hiffman in Oakbrook Terrace said Vice President Aubrey Van Reken has represented three information technology tenants signing new leases within the East-West corridor submarket. She represented HealthiPASS in a 4,693 square-foot fully furnished spec suite lease at 1111 W. 22nd St. in Oakbrook.Glen Ellyn man pleads to DUI charges in multiple crashes
A 63-year-old Glen Ellyn man pleaded guilty Monday in a case related to four crashes, including three hit-and-runs, that left one person in critical condition early last year. Lawrence Sieber, of the 0-100 block of South Park Avenue, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated DUI causing great bodily harm in connection with the series of crashes that began in Villa Park and ended in Lombard.Glen Ellyn driver who caused several crashes pleads guilty to aggravated DUI
A Glen Ellyn man pleaded guilty Monday to driving drunk during a multi-accident hit-and-run spree that severely injured another motorist. In a negotiated plea in DuPage County court, Lawrence Sieber admitted guilt to aggravated driving under the influence.June trial set for longtime Republican lawmaker in shoplifting case
A six-term legislator from Glen Ellyn will stand trial in June to face retail theft charges in DuPage County. Judge Alex McGimpsey on Monday set a June 4 jury trial date for former Republican Rep. Sandra Pihos, who is free on a $1,500 bond.Endorsements: DuPage board, GOP: Tornatore, Gavanes, Hart, Tully, Eckhoff, Zaruba, Zay, Wiley
Upper from left, Ron Almiron, Craig Chinchilla and Grant Eckhoff and, lower from left, Paula McGowen, Elizabeth Tatro and Christopher Zaruba are Republican candidates for DuPage County Board, District 4 From left, Sean M. McQuade, Kevin Wiley, James F. "Jim" Zay are Republican candidates for DuPage County Board District 6 in DuPage County. Republican voters in four DuPage County Board districts will face contested races in the March 20 primary to determine which candidates advance to the general election in November.Candidate denies using homosexual slur, refutes story on racial slur
Legislative candidate Burt Minor strongly denies uttering a homosexual slur in front of Republican attorney general candidate Erika Harold and says he only used a racial epitaph during that October conversation after she asked him to explain the meaning of the "N-word." Minor, 58, a candidate in the GOP primary for the 42nd Illinois House, says he's willing to take a lie-detector test to support his version of what happened.Elmhurst considers arts commission to promote, add to public art
From the sculpture next to city hall to several pieces outside the art museum, Elmhurst has a significant public art collection, local art enthusiasts say. "We have a lot of really significant pieces of art that are available to be seen by the public," Alderman Marti Deuter said.Lawmaker: Candidate used sexist, racist language during meeting
Republican State Rep. Peter Breen is emailing party members asking them to withdraw support for Winfield Township Republican Chairman Burt Minor in the GOP primary for the 42nd Illinois House District because of comments Breen calls "outrageous," sexist and racist. During a Republican Party meeting months ago between Minor and Erika Harold, 37, a candidate for Illinois attorney general, Minor "asked Ms.Suburban nature lovers join Great Backyard Bird Count
Even before they could be sent trudging through snow Sunday in the Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve, suburban bird-watching enthusiasts spotted what appeared to be a great horned owl through the trees. A DuPage County Forest Preserve District ranger had just handed out binoculars and clipboards to record their observations in the Darien preserve when someone spotted the bird.
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