Teardown of 122-year-old House Discussed, Hinsdale ATMs Tampered With: Week in Review
Patch looks back at five of the most-read stories from the week of Feb. 4 to Feb. 8.
1. Potential Teardown of 122-year-old Hinsdale House Gets Trustees' Attention: The village is encouraging the buyers of 206 N. Washington St. to keep the exterior of the historic home intact as they rehab the interior.
2. Hinsdale ATM Tampering Leads to Fraudulent Withdrawals: Officials from two Hinsdale banks told police that skimming devices that record customer information including PIN numbers were likely placed on their ATMs in recent weeks.
3. D86 Teachers Show Solidarity Amid Salary Negotiations: The current District 86 teachers contract covers four years, but allows for the reopening of salary and benefits negotiations after the first two.
4. Accused O'Laughlin Killer Returns to Court as Own Lawyer: One hearing after his pro se motion was granted, John L. Wilson received 2,600 pages of discovery documents Wednesday and his request to have his hands freed from cuffs during future proceedings will be considered in March.
5. Footprints in the Snow Lead Police Sergeant to Burglary Suspect: The Chicago man was apprehended after breaking his ankle jumping down from a garage he scaled.
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