A man with a BB gun faces charges following an incident at an apartment building at 1407 E. Roosevelt Road last weekend that forced police to close down a nearby roadway, according to Suburban Life Publications. The name of the man and the charges have not been released. Police were called to the area after receiving a report of a man with a gun in the area Saturday evening, … [Read more...] about BB Gun Wielding Man in Wheaton causes Police to Shut Down Roosevelt Road
Elmhurst residents Ryan Ohm and Jeremy Marsan wanted to create a platform where independent filmmakers could release their work, so they turned to VHS. Weird Life LTR is a new business in Elmhurst that aims to change the way people watch movies. The concept is simple: people buy movies from the website for $12.99 and receive a VHS tape and a free bag of popcorn. There … [Read more...] about Love VHS? Are you into Indie Movies? An Independent Elmhurst Business is Catering to You!
Police are encouraging Darien residents to combat a recent rash of car burglaries by locking car doors. Many towns around Darien have also seen a spike in car burglaries and stolen cars, according to police. Offenders usually pull on car door handles late at night, and they can use garage door openers to gain access to garages and even the inside of homes. Residents … [Read more...] about Darien Police are Warning AGAIN Residents to Lock Their Cars
Kids can look forward to free kite building, a candy drop, kite lessons and races, according to a news release. Participants are also welcome to bring their own kites to fly during open fly times. Kite Fest will also feature music from Impulse Entertainment and food trucks, including Chicago Pizza Boss Mobile Pizzeria, Cupcakes for Courage and Kona Ice. You can read more … [Read more...] about Elmhurst Park District Kite Fest takes flight this Weekend
Grant Muren's internet searches regarding the film "The Bourne Supremacy" may be relevant in his upcoming murder trial but searches involving several pornographic terms and themes are not, according to a DuPage County judge. Prosecutors argued during a Wednesday morning hearing that the Naperville man's search history, which included inquiries about "homosexual sex with … [Read more...] about Judge allows some internet search evidence in Naperville murder trial