Police-Merger Referendum Voted Down, $14K in Silverware Stolen: Week in Review
Patch looks back at the most read stories of the week of Jan. 21-25.
1. Police Merger: Clarendon Hills Board Says No to April Referendum: The referendum was requested by state Rep. Patti Bellock, who has sponsored House legislation that, if passed, would allow for the merger.
2. Trustee Opposing Police Merger: 'I’d Like to Keep My Police Station in this Village': Clarendon Hills village trustee Ed Reid voiced opposition to the proposed Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills police merger at Monday night's Clarendon Hills Village Board meeting.
3. $14K in Silverware Missing from Hinsdale Home: Police Blotter: The items were reported missing on Jan. 10, but are believed to have been taken some time in 2012.
4. Owner of The Hills Cafe & Pizza Hopes New Diner Will Fill Niche: Shane Johnson says he thinks The Hills, at the corner of Prospect and Park in downtown Clarendon Hills, will become a go-to spot for locals and a destination for nonresidents, as well.
5. Hinsdale Area Students Make Dean's Lists Across the Country: The 2012 fall semester was a good one for plenty of students from Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills enrolled at colleges all over the map.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
There are plenty of ways to keep up on Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills news: