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After the Village of Hinsdale Board of Trustees voted to create a new extended-hours liquor license in the village Tuesday, Doug Fuller said his sports bar will be open by late summer.
Police & Fire
The state senator from Hinsdale wants the state government to develop record-keeping requirements for cash-for-gold businesses similar to those required of pawnshops.
Superintendent Renée Schuster said Monday the district's administration is "not happy" with the MAP results that came at the end of the first year of widespread curriculum-compacting in third grade.
Mapquest said one northbound lane was closed Monday afternoon.
The Village of Hinsdale Board of Trustees is expected to make a pair of votes relevant to the downtown business district Tuesday night.
Superintendent Renée Schuster proposed an alternative plan Monday night after nearly 70 percent of respondents to a district survey said they did not support late starts.
Patch highlights a few of the notable goings-on this week that have been posted by the community to our events calendar.
Patch looks back at five of the most read stories from the week of May 13 to May 17.
Check out this week's crime stories out of Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills, Darien and Burr Ridge.
Dillard said Friday he's pushing for state regulations that would help police investigate residential burglaries in the Chicago suburbs that involve jewelry theft.
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