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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.

Population: 42975
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) .Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Fire (MLS)
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Zip Codes associated with lombard, illinois: 60148
Towns/Cities near lombard, illinois : Villa Park Elmhurst Glen Ellyn Wheaton Downers Grove Addison

Lombard News
Carlson art store in Lombard to close after 52 years

In the 26 years that Michael Carroll ran Carlson Paint, Glass & Art, the tiny shop in Lombard provided a much-needed communal space for artists who tend to work alone. Carroll, an artist himself, was the sounding board for generation of customers who came to the store looking for more than supplies.

Vacant Batavia White Castle could become Burrito Parrilla

A White Castle building that has been vacant for nearly four years could become the next Burrito Parrilla Mexicana restaurant. The Batavia Plan Commission will review proposed changes to the building's look, at a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Batavia Government Center, 100 N. Island Ave. The major change would be in the building's color.

Villa Park man convicted in murder, arson wants new hearing

Attorneys for a Villa Park man serving 39 years for first-degree murder and aggravated arson in the death of his ex-girlfriend are seeking a new hearing. Mandoline, now 28, was convicted and sentenced in April 2015 by DuPage County Judge John Kinsella to consecutive prison terms of 27 years for murder and 12 years for aggravated arson.

Pro-life groups sue over abortion funding law

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DuPage inmate demands extradition hearing

One of the DuPage jail's more colorful inmates is back in a county cell after serving six months in the Pontiac Correctional Center. Ignatius Pollara, known in Florida and several other states as the "Lego Bandit" or the "Toys R Us Kid," was sentenced in April to five years in prison for multiple burglary and retail theft charges followed by an additional nine months in the DuPage jail for two criminal contempt of court convictions.

Lombard library reopens after gas scare

Lombard's library opened at its normal time Wednesday after a natural gas scare forced it to close early the night before. Officials at the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library said several patrons and staff members smelled natural gas on Tuesday night, so the library at 110 W. Maple St. was closed as a safety precaution.

Elmhurst College senior art students showcase their work

Stained glass renderings of major social movements and a biography told through product packaging are two of the themes that will be explored by seniors in the Elmhurst College Art Department's 50th annual Fall Capstone Art Exhibition. The exhibit, the culminating event for every graduating art major, runs from Saturday, Dec. 2, through Saturday, Dec. 16 in the Barbara A. Kieft Accelerator ArtSpace, 200 W. Park Ave., Elmhurst.

NAI Hiffman completes Lombard leases

Travelers Insurance has completed three lease transactions at its owned asset, Butterfield Centre, a 271,000 square-foot office complex located at 700 and 720 Butterfield Road in Lombard. NAI Hiffman said that Travelers Insurance has completed three lease transactions at its owned asset, Butterfield Centre, a 271,000 square-foot office complex located at 700 and 720 Butterfield Road in Lombard.

Lombard Toy Drive ends with parade

The Lombard Fire Department's 17th annual Toy Drive kicks off Monday, Nov. 27, and will end with a Toy Parade on Main Street, from St. Charles Road to Wilson Avenue, on Saturday, Dec. 9. Firefighters also will collect toys from residents along Main Street during the Dec. 9 Toy Parade and bring them to Yorktown Shopping Center for sorting. Beginning Nov. 27, toy drive collection bins will be available in four locations: the village hall, 255 E. Wilson; Fire Station 45, 50 E. St. Charles Road; Fire Station 44, 2020 S. Highland Ave.; and Schroeder's Ace Hardware, 837 Westmore/Meyers Road.

Plea deal reached for downstate man who threatened DuPage officials

A negotiated plea deal has been reached for a downstate man accused of sending death threats to several DuPage County officials, including incoming Chief Judge Daniel Guerin and Lombard police Chief Ray Byrne. DuPage Judge James Orel said Friday he will consider the misdemeanor deal on Dec. 15, assuming James Brasfield continues his mental health treatment and stays on his required medications.

Firefighters battling townhouse blaze near Oakbrook

Firefighters are on the scene of a blaze on the 2S700 block of Latour Avenue in unincorporated DuPage County near Oakbrook. Fire departments from York Center Fire Protection District, Oakbrook, Lombard and Villa Park are on the scene of the blaze.

Navy service inspires teacher's lessons at Elmhurst school

Peter Richey has a surprise planned for the Veterans Day 2016 assembly at Churchville Middle School in Elmhurst, and not even the principal knows about it. About 40 minutes into the assembly, the teacher apologizes for an apparent technical glitch with a video of Thomas Goettsche, an Army paratrooper serving in North Carolina.

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