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Officers make final plea to residents to save caucus

The Hinsdale Village Caucus is unfortunately on the verge of disbanding due to lack of participation from the community. Unless new leaders are identified in the next two months, the caucus will be dissolved in January 2023. The... — Updated 11/16/2022

 
 By Laura LaPlaca    Opinion

You're never too old for something new

By the year 2030, the almost 70 million U.S. adults in the Baby Boomer generation will be 65 years or older. A recent Chicago Tribune editorial by Darcy Evon and Thomas Kuczmarski... — Updated 7/27/2022

 

Graduation speaker offers advice for Class of 2022

On behalf of the Class of 2022, we’d like to thank Mother Nature, who somehow managed to let it rain during every single Homecoming and prom, but she didn’t let the rain take today, our graduation day. So, thank you Mother... — Updated 6/1/2022

 

Vietnam vet shares story of a Hinsdale native, hero

Memorial Day: A tribute to those who gave everything in the line of duty. One such soldier was James W. Robinson Jr., born in 1940 in Hinsdale. He enlisted in the Marines in 1958, and gave his life in battle on April 11, 1966, in... — Updated 5/26/2021

 
 By Beth Smits    Opinion

Small steps toward big goals

I have a doctoral dissertation to write. It will come in at about 80,000 words. Knowing what a daunting target that is, my advisor suggested that I break it down, for example by aim... — Updated 4/22/2020

 
 By Mary Rayis    Opinion

Focusing on prayer and hope during Holy Week

Watching a livestream of Palm Sunday Mass was a strange experience. Ordinarily, Palm Sunday is a day that begins with a jubilant procession into the church, the congregation waving... — Updated 4/8/2020

 

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