Rosemont’s recently-redesigned “Welcome to Rosemont” app could benefit the village’s daily thousands of visitors.
Chicago Bandits general manager Toni Calmeyn named Stacey Nuveman Deniz as the team's new head coach Sept. 19.
Mike Lee vs. Aaron Quattrocchi is Set For September 15
Chicago, Ill. -- Rosemont Baseball Group announced today that the new American Association of Independent Professional Baseball minor league team will be named the “Chicago Dogs.”
The Rosemont School Benefit Club invites the whole community to attend “Family Fun Night” from 6 to 9 p.m. April 21 at the Dome, 27 Finch Way, Rosemont.
For eight elite Australian softball players, life as they know it is about to change dramatically.
The eight Aussie Spirit players are headed for the adventure of a lifetime when they join the Chicago Bandits in the National Pro Fastpitch league.
Chicago Bandits Welcome University of Florida's Sharonda McDonald as head coach of the 2017 Season.
After a 12-year absence, Gino's East is serving its famous deep dish pizza in Rosemont again.
t won't be the Chicago Cubs, but a new baseball team is coming to Rosemont.
The Pearl will also be home to Rosemont’s first boutique hotel, The Rose.
Developments Include New Professional Baseball Stadium with Minor League Baseball Team and New Mixed-Use Complex, “The Pearl District”
Chicago Bandits hoisted the Cowles Cup trophy for the second straight year.
Architectural and engineering planners have been given the signal to “get rolling” on development of a modern, eye-popping outdoor sports stadium where a new minor league baseball team will call home and a variety of other events hosted year-round.
Over six months since a massive storm brought down Rosemont’s Dome at the Ballpark, the indoor sports facility will finally be back in business this weekend February 13-14 with a girls volleyball tournament.
The inflating process of a new village of Rosemont athletic dome that will replace the original that was destroyed in early August during a microburst storm will begin within the next 10 to 14 days.
Rosemont’s athletic Dome is expected to rise again by January 1.
Rosemont officials Monday morning said the cause of Sunday’s (Aug. 2) collapse of the three-year-old Dome at the Ballpark sports facility following a powerful storm remained under investigation.
A free "Welcome to Rosemont" app is available from iTunes. It provides quick links to dining, scheduled events and places to go along with maps and directions to Rosemont destinations.
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