Posts Tagged “Berwyn”

Berwyn native participates in Navy Joint-Service training mission

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Berwyn native participates in Navy Joint-Service training mission

Berwyn native participates in Navy Joint-Service training mission By Joint Hometown News Service Cmdr. Tracy Joy, a 1986 Immaculate Heart Of Mary High School graduate in Westchester and native of Berwyn, Illinois, is a nurse corps officer in the Naval Reserve. She is with the Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF) Great Lakes One, Illinois, that participated…

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Culver’s to help family of Cmdr. Bauer

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Culver’s to help family of Cmdr. Bauer

Culver’s to help family of Cmdr. Bauer Six locations to donate some of today’s proceeds By Steve Metsch The Culver’s restaurant in Lyons – along with five others owned by Guy Hollis – figure to be very busy Thursday evening. That’s because from 4 to 8 p.m., 15 percent of sales will be donated to…

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Czech, Slovak & Bohemian culture showcased in Houby Day tradition

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Czech, Slovak & Bohemian culture showcased in Houby Day tradition

Czech & Bohemian culture showcased in Houby Day tradition For many years, the Czech community was Chicagoland’s most recognized cultural presence. As Chicagoland’s immigration makeup has expanded, the Czech community identity continues each year with the popular Houby Day Festival and Parade in Chicago’s West suburbs By Ray Hanania Much is made by the mainstream…

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Where to celebrate Fourth of July

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Where to celebrate Fourth of July

Where to celebrate Fourth of July Parades, parties and fireworks throughout the South Side  Here’s a rundown of some of the area Independence Day events planned to celebrate America’s 241st birthday between now and the Fourth of July. The Bridgeview Park District will celebrate with a fun evening starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, July…

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Roadwork underway for Harlem and Archer

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Roadwork underway on Harlem and Archer Commuters can expect delays while traveling busy thoroughfares  By Steve Metsch Road work on two of the area’s major thoroughfares promises to make driving a challenge this summer. The Illinois Department of Transportation recently started two simultaneous projects that, when combined, could bring a special kind of frustration, especially…

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