Robbery Suspect a Basketball Star, New Oak Street Bridge Proposed: Week in Review
Patch looks back at five of the most read stories from the week of March 11 to March 15.
1. Man Charged in Robbery is Former DGS Basketball Star, Seton Hall Recruit: Jerrot Wilbut is a former candidate for Mr. Basketball Illinois; he and two others are charged with robbing a juvenile near Clarendon Hills.
2. New Oak Street Bridge Renderings Displayed: The renderings were looked at by residents who attended Tuesday night's public hearing on the Oak Street Bridge replacement project.
3. Police Chief 'Disappointed' After Merger Fails: Hinsdale Police Chief Brad Bloom and Clarendon Hills Police Chief Ted Jenkins both said police-department consolidation will likely become common in Illinois in the future.
4. Piano Gallery Remains Open For Business After Being Hit By 2 Cars in 3 Days: The Steinway Piano Gallery remains open after two accidents involving cars driving into the business a few weeks ago. Temporary doors were being installed Monday.
5. D181 Admin Promoted to Assistant Superintendent for Learning: Kevin Russell will replace Janet Stutz this summer after a year of serving as District 181's director of curriculum, assessment and instruction.
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