Week in Review: Resident Walks in on Possible Burglar, D86 Receives "F" for Transparency
Patch looks back at five of the most read stories out of Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills from the week of July 30 to Aug. 3.
1. Police: Unknown Man Found Trespassing Inside Hinsdale Home: The unknown person was described as an Eastern European man around 40 years of age; he left the area via a bicycle upon the resident's entry.
2. District 86 'Failing' in Terms of Transparency, Study Says: The Illinois Policy Institute's released the latest edition of its "Local Transparency Project" this week, and rated 22 DuPage County area government agencies.
3. Michelle Obama's 'Kids State Dinner' Guest List Includes Hinsdale Boy, 12: Jonah Schaik is one of more than 50 winners of the first lady's Healthy Lunchtime Challenge and will visit the White House on Aug. 20.
4. Hinsdale Center for the Arts' Decision to Close 'Painful,' Board Member Says: The Hinsdale Center for the Arts addressed the closing in a brief press release sent to Patch over the weekend.
5. August to Feature Conclusion of Teacher Sex Abuse Case, Start of Football Season: As the calendar turns from July to August, Patch fills you in on what to expect over the next 31 days.