Mark Stephens, chairman of Triton College’s Board of Trustees, was thankful for the good weather as they dedicated a new sundial and cut a decadent cake.
Sept. 1 6:20 a.m. |
A volunteer organization sponsored by Triton College is seeking more volunteers with service on their minds.
Sept. 1 6:15 a.m. |
Based on information learned since the Aug. 19, 2014, Board of Education meeting to review potential pool sites, the District 200 Pool Committee is withdrawing its recommendation of the baseball field site.
Bringing the use of alternative energy sources close and personal, Triton College now has solar panels installed on one of its buildings.
Aug. 26 10 a.m. |
“We want to be sure kids are protected as well as they can [be],” said Dr. Bernard Bach, Midwest Orthopaedic’s director of sports medicine.
Triton College graduates or other people looking to go to college will have lots of choices at an event in September.
From the Community
Aug. 21 4:10 p.m. |
The RSVP Volunteer Program of West Suburban Cook and Southern DuPage Counties is looking for volunteers to help a few of their community partners.
As Andrew Godbold grew up on Linden Avenue, across the street from the varsity field at Oak Park and River Forest High School, the crack of a bat against a baseball was the first thing he heard each summer morning, his mother Lisa Thornton said.
Aug. 20 11:59 a.m. |
After hosting more than 3,000 students over the last 20 years, the ranch closed Saturday.
High school students live nearly a week at an impressive three-story log ranch with three smaller support buildings nearby. There is little else around other than rough terrain, wilderness trails and the picturesque Rocky Mountains.