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Operation North Pole in Rosemont provides 'best day ever' for sick kids

Niles firefighter Jim Leibach wiped away tears, as did some of the other 200 local firefighters and police officers, as they stood on bended knee and welcomed 75 seriously or terminally ill children to the "North Pole" Saturday at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.

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Ordinance Change Allows Restaurant To Serve Alcohol After Hours

In the upcoming year, Rosemont restaurant Cibo Racconto can hold after hours, private events including alcohol, thanks to a tweak in liquor license ordinances made by the Rosemont Village Board last month.​

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Rosemont’s Helping Hand Is Hard At Work

With the holiday season underway, Rosemont’s Helping Hand is hard at work helping local families in need. The non-profit organization provides food and gifts during Thanksgiving and Christmas to Rosemont families requiring a bit of help at the holidays.

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Dogs Dugout Pops Up At Outlet Mall

While the official home dugout for the Chicago Dogs baseball team won’t open until May 2018, a dugout of a different kind is coming to Rosemont’s Fashion Outlets of Chicago.

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Park entertainment district in store for new name, additions in 2018

As 2017 comes to a close, MB Financial Park expects some notable changes for the upcoming year, most significantly to its name. As of January 2018, Rosemont’s entertainment district becomes Parkway Bank Park, thanks to a three-year naming rights deal signed in late 2017 with Parkway Bank.

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Engineering firm has long played role in improving village’s infrastructure

When Christopher B. Burke looks out of his office window at the eastern edge of Rosemont, he can see how much progress his engineering firm has made over the past three decades.

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Santa’s Mailbox Arrives At Lange Park

For many people, the end of Thanksgiving officially marks the beginning of the winter holiday season. This is true for Rosemont residents, as well. In the days following Thanksgiving, Rosemont officials light up the tree at Stephens Park and turn on the lights at MB Financial Park and throughout the village. And, the Rosemont Park District gets a new addition of its own: a mailbox to be filled with letters postmarked to Santa Claus.

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Local landmark continues to serve village’s needs

Rising over Rosemont stands the village’s iconic water tower, covered in boldly painted, stylized roses with the base depicted as a green stem. The water tower cemented itself as a village landmark upon its construction in 1982, after a rendering using the village’s eponymous rose caught the eye of the late former mayor, Donald E. Stephens.

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What’s on arena’s horizon

When the Rosemont Horizon, now the Allstate Arena, first opened its doors in 1980, it brought one of the era’s biggest musical acts, Fleetwood Mac, to Rosemont. That show set a precedent of drawing big-name bands and entertainers to the village and cementing Rosemont as an entertainment destination for people across the Chicagoland area.

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Triton Gives Thanks For Mark Stephens

Triton College Board of Trustees Chairman Mark Stephens was the honoree at the 25th annual Triton College Foundation President’s Reception on Nov. 15.

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