Chuck Fieldman,

Chuck Fieldman

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Chuck:

Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills District 181 takes popular Summer Learning Program online

Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills Elementary District 181’s popular Summer Learning Program begins June 10, but will be done online this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Hinsdale District 86 issues response to student’s ‘offensive, hateful and racially motivated’ social media comment

Hinsdale High School District 86 issued a statement in response to what it called “an offensive, hateful and racially motivated comment posted on social media by a Hinsdale South Student. → Read More

Area businesses report people are eager to resume dining and shopping

Restaurants at Oakbrook Center and other west suburban areas were able to add outdoor dining, and other businesses were able to allow a limited number of customers in, with restrictions, Friday, as part of Phase 3 of the state's reopening plan. → Read More

Enzo’s Italian beef roll becoming legendary during the coronavirus pandemic

The Italian beef roll at Enzo's Pizza in Countryside has become legendary over the past couple of months, going from selling 3-5 a day to 50-80, thanks to postings about it in the La Grange Area Restaurant Take-out & Delivery Group Facebook page. → Read More

Clarendon Hills police blotter: Chicago woman charged with DUI

Clarendon Hills police charged a Chicago woman with driving under the influence of alcohol at Route 83 and 55th street. → Read More

La Grange Park, Clarendon Hills, Elmhurst, among nation’s best in green energy use

Clarendon Hills, La Grange Park and Elmhurst are among the top 16, nationally, on the Environmental Protection Agency’s ranking of Green Power Partner communities, in terms of percentage green power versus total power consumed. → Read More

Farmers markets in Elmhurst, Hinsdale, La Grange and Clarendon Hills start first week of June

Farmers markets are opening the first week of June in Elmhurst, Hinsdale, La Grange and Clarendon Hills, according to coronavirus guidelines, which means customers and vendors must wear masks. → Read More

Clarendon Hills police blotter: resident reports $20,000 in unauthorized PayPal charges

A Clarendon Hills resident reported to police that two unauthorized charges, totaling $20,000, had been made to their PayPal account. → Read More

Area residents find silver linings during the coronavirus pandemic

Residents of the Doings area have been able to find silver linings for their families during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Lalmalani very unhappy with IDOT’s response about red-light cameras

Oak Brook Village President Gopal Lalmalani is very unhappy with an IDOT response to his letter asking red-light cameras be removed from Route 83 and 22nd Street. → Read More

Clarendon Hills police blotter: vehicles reported damaged in two driveway incidents

Clarendon Hills police took reports of three vehicles being damaged in two separate incidents while parked on driveways. → Read More

Notre Dame School teachers gather outside so parents can drive by with with students

Teachers at Notre Dame School in Clarendon Hills gathered outside the building Friday so that parents could drive by with their kids to see their teachers again after two months of being out of the classroom. → Read More

Elmhurst police blotter: Des Plaines man charged with DUI, drug possession and driving on a revoked license

Elmhurst police charged a Des Plaines man with DUI, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and driving on a revoked license. → Read More

Bond set at $150,000 for Bellwood man charged with illegal videotaping in Hinsdale home

Bond has been set at $150,000 for a Bellwood man charged with illegal videotaping in Hinsdale home → Read More

Oakbrook Terrace will give $311,000 in sales tax rebates to help businesses

Oakbrook Terrace will give about $311,000 in sales tax rebates to help restaurants, convenience stores and hotels. → Read More

Here’s what high school seniors have to say about missing out on graduation ceremonies and proms

High School students from Hinsdale Central, Hinsdale South, Lyons Township and York talk about not having proms or traditional graduation ceremonies because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

La Grange-area residents develop quick appetite for Facebook page supporting restaurants

A Facebook page started about two months ago by two La Grange residents to promote people going to La Grange-area restaurants for carryout has nearly 5,000 members. → Read More

Oak Brook CEO takes busy road trip to help healthcare, senior facilities in Boston

The CEO of an Oak Brook company, Let's Pave, drove to Boston and back to bring needed supplies. → Read More

Clarendon Hills police blotter: Jewel-Osco hit with retail theft

Clarendon Hills police took a report of a man and a woman being seen by employees taking various items from Jewel-Osco and leaving in a 2013 Dodge. → Read More

Elmhurst police blotter: three men pull armed robbery at Shell station

Three men pulled an armed robbery, using a semiautomatic pistol, at a Shell gas station in Elmhurst. → Read More