Evanston may be willing to foot some of the costs of a needed transmission line that would carry water to Park Ridge and two other communities.
July 29 11:14 a.m. |
Learn more about The Ins and Outs of Home Inspections by attending the Timely Talk, presented by Andrew Wilkerson, owner of Elite Inspection Services, Inc., at 2 p.m., on Aug. 20, at Norwood Crossing, 6016-20 N. Nina Ave., Chicago.
The Norwood Park Senior Center will host two half-day AARP driver safety classes to help seniors improve their defensive driving and learn of updates on the rules of the road in Illinois.
Arts & Entertainment
From Buffalo Grove to Antioch, Big Hollywood’s demand for 21st-century operation in 20th-century movie houses has inspired grass-roots efforts to keep neighborhood theaters from disappearing.
July 28 3:50 p.m. |
Locals are enjoying the nice weather and it shows in this week's Top 20 photos. Baseball, pool time and family fun are featured.
Niles police are not saying yet if graffiti sprayed on a home is, as the owner believes, anti-Israel in nature.
July 25 5:45 p.m. |
A set of four iPads is the newest addition to the Children’s Department at the Park Ridge Public Library.
July 25 4:48 p.m. |
Embers Elementary School has sold its property at 2000 W. Sibley St. and will begin the new school year Aug. 26 at its new home inside the west wing of the former Our Lady of Ransom Catholic School building in Niles.
July 25 3:59 p.m. |
Check out the biggest stories from the Park Ridge Herald-Advocate for the week of July 18-25.
The Park Ridge Fire Department hopes to replace two ambulances with a reported history of mechanical problems.
July 24 1:35 p.m. |