Historic Home Won't Come Down, Low Temps Break Record: Week in Review

Patch looks back on the biggest Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills stories from the week of Jan. 6.

206 N. Washington St., Hinsdale. (Photo by Joe O'Donnell)
206 N. Washington St., Hinsdale. (Photo by Joe O'Donnell)
1. Teardown of 123-Year-Old Hinsdale Home Avoided With Board Vote: Two zoning code variances that were needed in order to update the house at 206 N. Washington St. were approved by the board of trustees Tuesday night.

2. Chicago Breaks Cold Weather Record: Chicago set a record low temperature Monday morning with a frigid -16 degree reading, according to the National Weather Service. 

3. Beanie Babies Creator Ty Warner Should Get Prison Time, Prosecutors Say: The 69-year-old Oak Brook resident who pleaded to tax evasion says probation is enough, considering he's agreed to pay a $53.5 million civil penalty.

4. Baldinelli's Employee Charged With Stealing Customer's Phones: Hinsdale police reports, Dec. 23.

5. Do You Know This Dog Found Tuesday in Clarendon Hills?: A post on the Hinsdale Humane Society about a lost dog is our latest Facebook Find.

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