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  • Correction

    Updated Jun 5, 2024

    The seller of the home at 4 E. Fifth St., featured in last week’s Page 7 article, is Dorothe Ernest. Her first name was misspelled in the story....

  • Corrections

    Updated Apr 10, 2024

    • In an April 4 story, the following quote from the March 21 District 86 school board meeting regarding a staffing matter should have been attributed to Interim Superintendent Becky Nelson: “That wouldn’t impact it in any way. These are just people who will not be invited back. So if the positions still exist then we would fill the positions.” Cheryl Moore, assistant superintendent for human resources, was incorrectly attributed. • Memorials for Maureen Walsh can be made online to Bernie’s Book Bank at https://sec...

  • Correction

    Updated Apr 3, 2024

    Hinsdale Central freshman pitcher Malia Kuo’s name was misspelled in the sports preview in the March 28 issue....

  • Correction

    Updated Mar 20, 2024

    Caroline Hurley was listed with an incorrect first name in the article on Salt Creek Ballet’s production of “Don Quixote” in last week’s paper....

  • Correction

    Updated Feb 14, 2024

    Joanell Mangan is the correct name of the store identified in the “Once upon a time” photo that ran in the Feb. 8 issue....

  • Correction

    Updated Jan 3, 2024

    The village expects to repave Sixth Street in asphalt, not concrete, as stated in a Dec. 28 editorial....

  • Correction

    Updated Dec 27, 2023

    Community Consolidated Elementary District 181 expects to borrow $26.4 million to pay for construction to allow the district to offer full-day kindergarten for the 2025-26 school year. Numbers in that figure were transposed in a Dec. 21 article....

  • Correction

    Updated Dec 13, 2023

    Nancy Keenan’s last name was spelled incorrectly twice in a story on her retirement from The Courtyard in the Dec. 7 issue....

  • Correction

    Updated Oct 4, 2023

    In the Sept. 28 editorial, Hinsdale High School District 86 Board President Cat Greenspon was inadvertently misquoted. “I can ask for discussion so that everybody can provide feedback,” she said, not words to the contrary....

  • Correction

    Updated Sep 13, 2023

    In last week’s Page 7 feature on Philip R. Clarke, a photo mistakenly ran of his son, Philip R. Clarke Jr. The correct spelling is “Philip” for both....

  • Correction

    Updated Sep 6, 2023

    Correction Incorrect photos ran with stats for Joseph Morrissey and Ardit Abdullai on last week’s End Zone page. The photos have been corrected in the online version at www.thehinsdalean.com....

  • Clarification

    Updated Aug 23, 2023

    An Aug. 17 update on an investigation of a fatal accident stated the Jeep involved accelerated unexpectedly while exiting the bay at Fuller’s Car Wash on July 17. That wording was not meant to imply a malfunction in the Jeep. The results of the investigation, which have not been made public, will indicate whether the acceleration was caused by a malfunction or driver error....

  • Correction

    Updated Aug 16, 2023

    Correction Licensed clinical professional counselor Sarah Stukas, featured in last week’s “Ask an Expert,” is the founder of Life Insight Therapy Collective in Hinsdale and Burr Ridge. The name of her practice was listed incorrectly in the article....

  • Correction/clarification

    Updated Jul 26, 2023

    • The aquatics coordinator for the Hinsdale Parks and Recreation Department is Christine Pfau. An incorrect name was included in an editorial in last week’s paper. • Sean Richards was walking on the sidewalk on the west side of Lincoln Street when he was hit by a Jeep leaving Fuller’s Car Wash. That fact was noted in the photo caption but not in the article itself....

  • Correction

    Updated Jul 12, 2023

    In last week’s issue, a listing of those on the Community Consolidated Elementary District 181 Board committees should have identified board members Sinead Duffy and Asim Aleem as co-chairs of the finance committee, and Nathan Lucht, Rich Giltner, Adam East and Jerry Mejdrich as the committee’s community members. The facilities committee will be served by community members Ellen Dunlap and Lois Mejdrich....

  • Clarification

    Updated Jun 21, 2023

    “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” was a comment about the social studies curriculum made by Molly Hughes of College Bound Consulting in a letter read at the June 8 meeting of Hinsdale High School District 86. It was mistakenly attributed to school board member Debbie Levinthal, who was reading from the letter....

  • Correction

    Updated May 3, 2023

    The second floor of 47 S. Washington St. is currently unoccupied and available to lease. Core Remodel moved out last fall. Incorrect information appeared in the April 27 “Once upon a time” caption....

  • Correction

    Updated Apr 5, 2023

    The introduction to the Page 5 story that ran March 23 on uncontested candidates in the April 4 election should have stated that there were four candidates for the four open seats on the Community Consolidated School District 181 Board. All four were included in the candidate write-ups....

  • Corrections

    Updated Mar 29, 2023

    Reid McCollum created a fake website appearing to belong to Hinsdale High School District 86 board candidate Andrew Catton. The page was misidentified as a Facebook page in a March 23 article. Asma Akhras has 20+ years of experience in education. The number was listed incorrectly due to an editing error in a March 23 letter to the editor....

  • Correction

    Updated Mar 8, 2023

    A photo of the Hinsdale Central chess team that ran with a March 2 story was not taken at the state meet. Team members in the photo are Shivum Banerjee, Rebecca Cortez, Wilbert Chu, Ramez Rifai, Daniel Lee, Millan Whittier, Marwan Hamoui and Payton Levinthal....

  • Clarifications

    Updated Feb 15, 2023

    • The Hinsdale High School District 86 Board determined there was no cause to terminate Superintendent Tammy Prentiss after an independent external investigation. A Feb. 9 article stated the investigation found no cause for her dismissal. • Students at Hinsdale Central approached counselor Gia Maniscalco about starting the Black Student Union, and the quote “Black doesn’t come in just one culture,” included the wrong word and was not correctly attributed to social worker Lillie Blackmon in the Feb. 9 “Club Central” ar...

  • Corrections

    Updated Nov 2, 2022

    DuPage County Board District 2 candidate Dan Kordik is an Oak Brook resident. An incorrect town of residence was identified in the candidate charts that ran in the Oct. 20 issue....

  • Correction

    Updated Sep 28, 2022

    Douglas Newby, Hinsdale Central Hall of Fame 2022 inductee, created the Dallas Restoration House of the Year Award, the first residential restoration house of the year award in the country. An article in the Sept. 22 issue incorrectly said he received the award....

  • Correction

    Updated Aug 31, 2022

    In last week’s 60 Seconds feature, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell should have been identified by his current role as Senate minority leader....

  • Corrections

    Updated Jun 8, 2022

    U.S. Congressman Mike Quigley is a Democrat. His party was listed incorrectly in a June 2 article. Also, Lucy Chang Evans was inadvertently omitted from a list of Democratic candidates running to represent the 3rd District on the DuPage County Board that ran with the article....

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