Hinsdale Home Burglarized, New Café La Fortuna Opens Downtown: Week in Review
Patch looks back at five of the most read stories from the week of Dec. 3 to Dec. 7.
1. Bruner Street Home Burglarized Friday, Jewelry and Tableware Missing: The Hinsdale Police Department said forced entry was made to the home some time between 8:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.; there are currently no suspects.
2. 3rd Generation Coffee Grower Opens Hinsdale's New Café La Fortuna: In addition to serving 100 percent Mexican coffee, Alejandro García-Palacios hopes to help his customers appreciate the growing and roasting process, and "bring coffee culture closer to the consumer."
3. Felony Charge for Man Who Police Say Stole Wallet from Hinsdale Car: Hinsdale Police say John D. Kimbrough entered an unoccupied car on North Street in October and used a credit card inside to pay for gas in Brookfield.
4. Caucus Set to Endorse Ed Reid, Two New Candidates for Village Board: Eric Stach and Don Knoll are the other candidates likely to get the Clarendon Hills Community Caucus' backing; trustee Mary Williams is not among the likely endorsements but says she still plans on running for re-election.
5. New 55th Street Stoplight Up and Running: With 55th Street construction in Clarendon Hills and Westmont finishing up, Patch wants to know if you like the new light.
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