Due to the addition of a K-9 race for dogs and an expected increase in participants this year, officials of this Saturday’s second annual Badass Dash at the Ballpark at Rosemont have expanded race routes to go from the Ballpark and the Dome to across Balmoral Avenue into the Metro parking lot and circle back to the Ballpark.
It was a dark and stormy Saturday last weekend, but that didn’t stop people from flooding the village of Rosemont to attend what has been billed as the biggest Wizard World Chicago Comic-Con ever at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.
Now that Rosemont and Allstate Corp. have inked a new deal to continue the in-surance company’s hold on the naming rights of the vil-lage’s 18,500-seat stadium, officials will now focus on securing naming rights for its athletic dome.
The village of Rosemont is in the process of selling its Rosemont Plaza strip shop-ping center on Higgins Road to the owners of a chain of popular local eateries that plans to open a new Moret-ti’s Ristorante & Pizzeria there next spring.
As more than 2,000 people packed into MB Financial Park to see a live performance by cover band Live the Who last Thursday under the stars, it was clear that the second season of the Rockin’ in the Park concert series was a success.
A public hearing will be held to discuss the proposed discontinuation of Route 810 Rosemont Lunchtime Circulator.