November 2012 News Posts (24)

News Bulletin | Westchester man arrested in Hinsdale car burglary

Courtesy of the Hinsdale Police Department 

Westchester man arrested in Hinsdale car burglary…

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Bridge to Burr Ridge

Burr Ridge Mayor…
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Hinsdale Woman | Shannon Weinberger

Shannon Weinberger of Hinsdale at the R. Harold Zook Studio at KLM Park…

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Holiday Style

(From left to right) January Pawluk of Oak Brook, Josephine Fish of Willowbrook, Dr. Bernadette Aulivola of Hinsdale, Kearsi Kessler of Clarendon Hills, Diane Grundberg of Clarendon Hills

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Health & Wellness | Your child's first dental visit

AAPD recommends children see dentist by first birthday

by: Mike Ellis          

            The minds of many parents with young children are overrun with questions, and one of those questions is, When should my child see the dentist for the…

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Family Traditions

(From left to right) Kim, Rich & Kirsten Kozarits of Burr Ridge …

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'Tis the Season to Come Together

Overcoming Obstacles to Community…

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Jim Fannin: Burr Ridge's "Change-Your-Life" Coach

Jim Fannin…
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Ask the Expert | Steil Dermatology

 How to take care of…

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TechKNOW | December 2012

Synchronize your business into 2013

by: Errol Janusz

     After you finish your turkey and open up your new tech-related gadgets this holiday season, ask yourself…
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Hinsdale Dentistry | Keeping your smile bright this Holiday

Hinsdale Magazine: How can I avoid a broken tooth or dental structure during the holiday season?

Hinsdale Dentistry: You should never use…

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Bring out your unique style

Annie Kiperman of Hinsdale is the owner of AK Style & Edit, a locally-based closet consulting business.

 

Hinsdale Magazine: Tell us why…

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Issa Family Foundation supports Greater Chicago Food Depository

Courtesy of: Derek Jancar

Global Luxury Imports at 161 Tower Drive in Burr Ridge will be a key-collection site for the Greater Chicago Food Depository on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 1-3 p.m. The Sultan and Sakeba Issa Family Foundation is sponsoring this annual food drive, which collected more than 1,000 pounds of food…

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Hinsdale DRIVER | 2013 Cadillac ATS and XTS

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It’s a New DAAWN Fundraiser

We are at the dawn of a new beginning for our youth.

Courtesy of: Pat Hirshman

The DuPage Academic Achievement Workgroup Network (DAAWN) will host its first Holiday Fundraiser Luncheon on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Ashton Place in Willowbrook. A three-course meal…

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Garden Study Club of Hinsdale hangs holiday wreath at Graue Mill

Photos courtesy of: Mary Ann Parks          

by: Mike Ellis

           The Garden Study Club of Hinsdale designed and hung its annual wreath at Graue Mill in Oak Brook on Monday morning.

            The club met at the Frederick Graue House at 9 a.m. to…

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Hinsdale Cub Scouts to host Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 1

Courtesy of: Rose Ross…

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News Bulletin: Burglary on Madison Street

Courtesy of the Hinsdale Police Department

A burglar stole cash and jewelry from a home in the 100 block of S. Madison Street in Hinsdale yesterday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The suspect forced its way inside via a door located in the back of the house.

The victims were not home when the burglary occurred.  

Police do not have a physical description of the suspect at this time.

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The Hinsdale Auxiliary Invites You to Join the Snug Hugs for Kids Annual Clothing Drive

If you live in the Hinsdale area, please drop off new and like-new winter stuff at the Community House (229 Symonds Drive, Hinsdale, IL) through December 11 for the Snug Hugs for Kids Annual Clothing Drive. Sizes needed range from newborn to 18 years of age. For more information about Snug Hugs for Kids, visit http://www.childrenshomeandaid.org/snughugsforkids2012 and for information about the Hinsdale Auxiliary please…

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