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Berwyn Tries To Entice Young Chicago Professionals To The Western 'BurbWant to buy some property, start a family? Have they got the community for you. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports on the billboard marketing push.
Woman Hired For Home Care Services Sold Cocaine From Berwyn ApartmentA woman was arrested Thursday and charged with selling cocaine out of a west suburban Berwyn apartment, whose resident had hired the woman as a home care provider.
Berwyn Man Stalked Riverside Teacher For 14 Years: PoliceA 36-year-old Berwyn man is being held on $750,000 bond, accused of stalking a west suburban teacher for more than a decade.
Kidnapper Who Got The Wrong Guy: Let Him Go, But Beat Him FirstThey abducted their victim at gunpoint in broad daylight in Berwyn. They blindfolded him. They demanded a ransom. And they threatened to cut off his fingers. hen the kidnappers realized they had “a little situation”: They kidnapped the wrong guy. They wanted his brother.
Berwyn Parents Opposing Plan To Close Two Elementary SchoolsBerwyn South School District 100 is weighing closing Piper and Hiawatha elementary schools as a way to dig out from a $2 million deficit.
Police: Body Found Along Interstate 88 Is Missing Berwyn WomanA state road crew discovered the woman’s remains and a vehicle Thursday afternoon on the north side of Interstate 88, west of Deerpath Road, in Aurora.
Police Respond To Barricade Situation In BerwynInitially, five people were inside a house and police say four of them got out.
CTA To Close 2 North Side Stations For Red/Purple Line RenovationsThe CTA’s ambitious $1.7 billion Red and Purple Modernization project will be completed in two phases over four years, starting with the closure of the Lawrence and Berwyn stations for 18 months beginning in 2017.
Berwyn Bar Defends Two-Way Mirror In Women's BathroomIt's all a big joke, the owner says, and cops aren't filing charges.
Ex-Berwyn Cop Center Of Federal LawsuitAfter closing down a late-night bar, he was clocked going nearly 90 mph in a 30 mph zone.
Berwyn Man, 35, Is Latest To Die From Snow ShovelingAt least 19 people across the Chicago area have died from causes related to shoveling snow this season since Super Bowl weekend’s massive blizzard.