Sorted by date  Results 1 - 9 of 9

  • Updated Jun 19, 2024

  • Updated Jun 19, 2024

  • Updated Jun 19, 2024

  • On the cover - A coachable moment

    Updated Apr 17, 2024

    Hinsdale Central sophomore Tegan Steines, a member of Central's girls soccer team, chats with a participant during the Julie K. Heidecke tribute soccer clinic held at Hinsdale Central recently. The 26th annual free clinic was hosted by Central's girls soccer players and coaches. Julie Heidecke graduated from Hinsdale Central in 1997. She was the captain of the soccer team and an All-Conference selection her senior year. She went on to Illinois State University to continue her...

  • Village seeks to allay preservation spats

    Ken Knutson|Updated Mar 20, 2024

    In response to calls for additional village action to discourage the demolition of historic homes, Hinsdale trustees are considering requiring design review meetings for those looking to tear down and build new. At Tuesday night’s village board meeting, Village President Tom Cauley introduced an ordinance to modify the current process overseen by the historic preservation commission, which must issue a nonbinding certificate of appropriateness for a new construction application before demolition can occur in the Robbins Park...


    Ken Knutson|Updated Jan 17, 2024

    What should we know about the new COVID variant? COVID-19 is certainly not making daily headlines as it was a few years ago, but that doesn't mean the coronavirus no longer requires attention. Dr. Prachi Shah, a family medicine practitioner with UChicago Medicine AdventHealth Medical Group in Hinsdale, said the current and most widespread COVID-19 variant, JN.1, is more contagious than its predecessors but appears to be causing less severe illness. "The JN.1 variant is a...

  • Once upon a time

    Updated May 24, 2023

    Hinsdale legacies - This photo from the archives at the Hinsdale Historical Society is of the home built in 1925 at 518 S. Garfield Ave. The French eclectic home was described as "petite maison" in a 2004 real estate ad. The arbor vitae in the photo, which are about the same height as the wrought iron fence that surrounds the courtyard, now reach the roofline. Very little information is available about the home, including its original owner. To learn more about the home and...

  • Garfield crossing is closed for repairs

    Updated Aug 3, 2022

    The Garfield Avenue railroad crossing is closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic today, Aug. 4, as crews work on emergency repairs. The work to replace a portion of rail is expected to be finished early tomorrow morning, Aug. 5, according to village officials....

  • Holiday enforcement campaign nets results

    Updated Jan 19, 2022

    The Hinsdale Police Department made one impaired driving arrest during the recent holiday enforcement effort. Hinsdale police also made one battery arrest, cited one individual for distracted driving and cited two drivers for having an invalid/suspended/revoked license. In addition, they issued 19 speeding citations and three citations for other Illinois Vehicle Code violations. Law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois participated in this effort to save lives by getting impaired drivers off the roads and more people...