Local Voices Community Bulletin, Jan. 28-Feb. 4

Headlining this week: Timber Trails, flu-fighting tips, flaws and faults in wine, talking about "Pride and Prejudice," and more... Share your community news today!

Here's a sampling of what Patch's Local Voices contributors from the La Grange, Western Springs and La Grange Park area shared with us this week:


Meet the new Board members at the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce.

Craig Fisher delves deep into the status of Timber Trails, including a controversial October tree-cutting.

Grand Avenue Preschool shared a sprawling photo gallery from their Medieval Family Fun Fair.

Four local residents were honored by Nazareth Academy for their support of the school.

Megan Kennihan has tips for the best foods for battling cold-weather illnesses like the flu.

Leslie at the Theatre of Western Springs reflects on Pride and Prejudice, including the Theatre's own one-time production of the show.

Mécénat talks about the difference between a "flaw" and a "fault" in your bottle of wine.

Lyons Township High School artists get recognition in an Elmhurst College show, and the school's summer program registration is open.

Do you need home care for an elderly relative? Janet Simons has these 20 warning signs that you might.

Smothers Realty in La Grange ranked number one in La Grange and La Grange Park for home sales in 2012.

And speaking of real estate, here's all of Western Springs' home sales from January.

The St. Francis Xavier school open house was a popular gathering.

And of course, here's the latest from the MWRD.


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