River Forest District 90 has postponed summer school registration, which was to begin on Tuesday, until April 3, following what was initially believed to be a suspected security breach with the district's website host provider.
An unlocked garage in the 700 block of South Cuyler Avenue was burglarized via the unlocked side service door, March 21-24. Two bicycles were missing. Police found one of the bikes when they stopped a 50-year-old Melrose Park man riding on the sidewalk in the 900 block of Lyman Avenue the next day. The bike was traced back to the burglarized garage. The cyclist was charged with possession of stolen property.
River Forest District 90 shared an alert from the Elmwood Park police Monday about a possible child-luring incident. According to the memo from Elmwood Park police, a young girl playing outside in her yard was approached by an unknown man in his early-to-mid 20s wearing a red baseball cap. The man began to question her, asking for her name, whom she lived with, how old she was and her mother's email address.
The show was called "Reveal" and was billed as "Our Moment in Fashion." For the designers showing garments in Domincan University's annual student fashion show over the weekend, "Reveal" featured a range of visions and glimpses of promising careers.
Two important anniversaries take place in 2014 for Oak Park's Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio. First is the 125th anniversary of Wright's iconic home. In 1889, he borrowed $5,000 from boss Louis Sullivan to build his home at the corner of Forest and Chicago avenues (in 1898, he also added the famed studio onto his home).
Since there were seven people in our family, we had a number of cereals on hand. We had Cream of Wheat, Shredded Wheat, Hot Ralston, Quaker Puffed Rice, Post Toasties, Wheaties and Grape Nuts in the cabinet.
Betty J. Malone (nee Wengierski), 91, a lifelong resident of Oak Park, died on March 23, 2014. Born on Jan. 30, 1923, she was a graduate of Northern Illinois University in 1945 and began her teaching career in Forest Park.
The most common problem parents face is motivating their child whether it takes the form of homework struggles, battles over messy rooms or cajoling toddlers to share or demanding that teens show respect.