Week in Review: Wire Fraud Costs Resident $10,000; Late Swim Coach Immortalized
Patch looks back at five of the most read stories from the week of June 11 to June 15.
1. Police Blotter: Woman Loses Nearly $10,000 to Wire-fraud Scheme: The offender called the victim on the phone and claimed to be her grandson, telling her he had been arrested in Spain and needed the money to get out of jail.
2. Late Hinsdale Central All-American Swimmer Bryan Bateman Honored: A plaque was commissioned and hung at Hinsdale South Wednesday in honor of Bryan "Beanie" Bateman, who was a Hinsdale South age-group swim coach.
3. U.S. Rep. Judy Biggert Hosts Service Academy Students: PHOTOS: Honored by the Congresswoman at her Hinsdale home Tuesday night were current and future cadets, as well as two recent graduates, of the United States Military, Naval, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine academies.
4. Nurturing Wisdom Gets Plan Commission's Support for New Hinsdale School: The alternative middle school would operate at the currently vacant Zion Lutheran School if its special-use permit gets village approval.
5. Clarendon Hills Searching for New Community Development Director: Mike Brown resigned May 31 for reasons village manager Randy Recklaus did not comment on.