About noon, the city Office of Emergency Management said the festival would be closed because of “excessive rainfall and flooding on the festival grounds.”
Another week is coming to an end, but the news never sleeps. In case you missed your local news this week, we’ve got your top Franklin Park headlines for the Franklin Park Herald Journal.
July 11 4:33 p.m. |
Here are some of the best photos of the week, which include a proposal, Fourth of July events, horses and more.
July 11 4:20 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
Taco Bell plans to double the the amount of meat in certain dishes
July 11 3:51 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
The Illinois Tollway is warning customers about a phishing scam using the E-ZPASS logo in emails claiming recipients owe money for missed tolls.
Funded by a grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation, the River Grove Police Department was able to pay for extra police officers to look out for drunk drivers and seatbelt violators over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
July 10 12:25 p.m. |
It may be July, but that won’t stop the “polar vortex” from returning to Chicago next week. No need to break out the snow shovels just yet though.
Arts & Entertainment
July 10 11:28 a.m. |
Sun-Times Media Wire
Attendees watched the acrobatics of the Jesse White Tumblers and heard The Student Body band – an appropriately titled name as the event took place at West Leyden High School in Northlake.
July 9 1:47 p.m. |
Area youth will have no excuse for being bored the summer because Triton College has education and athletic camps available that cater to them.
July 9 10:37 a.m. |
Triton College officials want to make significant upgrades requiring the issuance of bonds and are seeking input from the community prior to a decision being made.