Month: February 2024

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston is seeking funds to install turf at a local athletic field and build a gender-neutral family bathroom at the municipal community center. The Livingston Town Council voted in favor of the following resolutions involving grant applications as part of the consent agenda at their Feb. 26 meeting: Res 24-091 – The […]
NEW JERSEY — More than a dozen children in New Jersey and New York have died from the flu this season as activity remains high across the state. In a surveillance report for the week ending Feb. 17, New Jersey Department of Health officials said two confirmed influenza-associated pediatric deaths have been reported for the […]
DARIEN, IL – A Darien area school board member criticized a petition last year that described Hinsdale Central and South high schools as “very different” and discouraged efforts to completely equalize course offerings. Liz Mitha, a Darien-based Cass School District 63 board member, spoke about the petition at last week’s Hinsdale High School District 86 […]
EXETER, NH — This Exeter home features modern comforts, historic elegance, and charm. The Antique Colonial has nearly 3,600 square feet and has a fully-equipped kitchen with two dishwashes, a butler’s pantry, a wine fridge, double ovens, and more. The home has hardwood floors throughout. The rear yard is professionally landscaped. The home, built in […]
AMHERST, NH — How would you like to live in a park-like setting but still be not far from everything? This passive solar Acorn Deck home blends modern design with nature’s tranquility, natural light, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, and an open floor plan. It features high-end appliances, including wine storage, a spa-like bath, a home […]
ELMHURST, IL – Elmhurst is considering adding a restriction to a block where residents have seen an “abnormal” increase in weekday parking, according to a city memo. Residents on Kenilworth Avenue between Adelia and Church streets reported parked cars blocking driveways and fire hydrants, the memo said. The residents also said the drivers and passengers […]
JOLIET, IL — Last month’s stunning and unanticipated announcement from the Catholic Diocese of Joliet and Bishop Ron Hicks that Joliet’s thriving and financially solvent St. Joseph’s Catholic parish would no longer exist has united the 133-year-old downtown parish like never before. As a secondary church, St. Joseph’s Church is guaranteed only two masses per […]
PENNSYLVANIA — Later sunsets and more time to enjoy outdoor activities at the end of the day are just around the corner in Pennsylvania with the beginning of daylight saving time. Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 10, when clocks move forward one hour, automatically in the case of clocks on digital […]
WAUKEGAN, IL — The trial of the man accused of the murder of seven people and the wounding of dozens of others at the Highland Park Independence Day parade is scheduled to begin Feb. 24, 2025. Bobby Crimo, 23, appeared in court for a case management conference Wednesday in Waukegan, where he remains detained at […]
LOS ANGELES, CA — Russian authorities on Tuesday said they arrested a 33-year-old Los Angeles woman in the central Russian city of Yekaterinburg, accusing the dual Russian-U.S. citizen of committing treason by raising money for Ukraine. Russia’s Federal Security Service did not identify the woman by name in a statement it released about the arrest. […]