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A $6.7 million state project to install new culverts and repave the long neglected stretch of the historic Skyline Trail in Hinsdale is underway, with hopes to be wrapped up by July.
Residents affected by a dam break in Hinsdale are still waiting for answers, as town and state officials check into the cause of the flood.
With a proposed sale to an RV campground now off, Camp Emerson's owner is busy lining up a summer season, at what she says is a time of pent-up demand.
Fearing future court action by an unhappy applicant, a member of the Hinsdale ZBA asked the town a not-so-hypothetical question: Is he covered, legally?
James Sullivan, a member of two municipal boards in Hinsdale and a local business owner, died on the last day of 2021 after contracting COVID-19.
The town of Hinsdale is lining up mutual aid to cover the loss of 80 percent of its Highway Department, with wintry weather forecast for Wednesday, and Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
One of the most significant zoning questions to face Hinsdale in years is back in play. A national company shows it is intent on winning approval to turn Camp Emerson into a destination for RV campers.