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Harvard Poll: Most Voters Oppose Border Wall or Security Barrier

Building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border is opposed by 55 percent of registered voters, while 51 percent oppose a security barrier, the latest Harvard CAPS/Harris poll revealed Tuesday.

Giuliani Backtracks on Comments Trump Sought Moscow Deal Throughout 2016

President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani backtracked on Monday from earlier comments that Trump pursued a business deal to erect a tower bearing his name in Moscow throughout 2016, saying his statements "were hypothetical and not based on conversations I had with the...

FBI Arrests 3 Kenyan-Americans on Terror Charges

Three Michigan residents who were born in Kenya were arrested on terrorism charges this week, the FBI announced Tuesday.

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Seeing it Through

by Mike Ellis Hinsdale’ s village president is embarking on his third four-year term this month, having won a contested election by a narrow margin last month. Tom Cauley, a 27-year resident of th… View »

Beautifully Grounded

by Madeleine Miller Remember how exciting it was to be a teenager? You had your whole life ahead of you—an endless highway of possibilities. It was a time of self-discovery and new adventures—a sto… View »

Getting Squeezed

by Mike Ellis The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority (ISTHA) is contemplating widening the Tri-State Tollway from Rosemont to Hickory Hills, and Hinsdale would be significantly impacted if such… View »

A Mosaic of Friendly Confines

by Anya Uppal From one sports arena to the next, Burr Ridge resident Rick Dahl has been making one-of-a-kind artwork since 1994. Dahl makes photo mosaics of famous sports arenas, which are exhibit… View »

Smart Sizing into the Right Home

by Mike Ellis With taxes continuing to escalate and college tuition rates as high as ever, many empty-nesters in Hinsdale and surrounding communities are seeking a way to downsize, yet remain in th… View »

It’ s a Mother Daughter Thing

by Anya Uppal The Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills Chapter of the National Charity League (NCL) will host its annual mother-daughter tea on Sunday, April 23, at Ruth Lake Country Club in Hinsdale from 12 to… View »

Hinsdale's Ciardelli teams up with Sox Guaranteed Rate Field begins a new chapter with Chicago White Sox

by Scott Jonlich Hinsdale resident and Guaranteed Rate founder and CEO Victor Ciardelli sat down with Hinsdale Magazine to discuss the “upside” of Guaranteed Rate Field, his company’ s new stadium… View »

Rowing Crew

The Chicago Rowing Foundation will offer a rowing program open to both boys and girls for the 2017-18 school-year. For athletes in the Western Suburbs, rowing occupies a unique place. Many are fam… View »

Preserving Hinsdale

by Mike Ellis World history is rife with figures that have shaped and unfolded the destiny of mankind. In consulting the history books, the pages are filled with names of individuals distinguished… View »

Hinsdale Central cast performs the Little Mermaid

By Mike Ellis Hinsdale Central will present The Little Mermaid as its annual musical in the school auditorium in four shows from April 20 to 22. The cast of roughly 40 will be performing the musi… View »

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