Five Things You Need to Know Today

April 24: Preschool Fair, Ruse Burglaries in Nearby Towns, Dial-A-Ride

Five things every Lemonter needs to know Tuesday.

1. Yesterday’s Headlines:

2. Preschool Fair at Library

The and will host a free preschool fair beginning at 10:30 a.m. today at the library, 50 E. Wend St., Lemont. Representatives of local preschools will be on hand detail the programs the schools offer.  No registration is required.

3. Donate to Family Assistance Fund

officials urge residents to help neighbors in need by making donations in any amount to the . To make a donation or for more information contact the human services department at 630-257-2522 or debbieschmitt@lemonttownship.org.

4. Ruse burglaries in nearby Romeoville, Darien

Romeoville police are investigating an April 11 home invasion in which a 99-year-old woman and her 62-year-old son were duct-taped and robbed by thieves posing as utility workers. The incident occurred at a home in the 700 block of Washington Avenue in Romeoville. According to Assistant Police Chief Steve Lucchesi, investigators are looking into a possible connection between the April 11 robbery and other incidents, including a March 28 ruse burglary in Darien.

5. Dial-A-Ride

PACE Bus Service is available to area residents through the DIAL-A-RIDE program, which will transport residents from their door to any location within the township boundaries (135th Street on the South, Bluff Road on the North, Will Cook Road on the East, and Smith Road on the West).  The service operates Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information or to make a reservation, call at (630) 257-2522.  


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