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Des Plaines' school hosts first Paw Market
Submitted by District 62
Dec 16, 2013 2:32 PM
Cumberland Elementary School hosted its first Paw Market on Friday, Nov. 8, which was the culminating activity for its Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports celebration.
Weekend in Review: Driver attacked; Deng done as Bull?
Daily Herald report
Dec 15, 2013 9:18 PM
What you may have missed over the weekend: DCFS urges reporting on hazing; Wheeling rape conviction thrown out; Streamwood man charged with trying to run over another driver with his car; Batavia celebrates in the streets after first state football title; paper airplane world record falls short; speed a factor in crash that killed actor Paul Walker; Hawks rack up their sixth win in a row; Bears may not be headed to the playoffs after their loss to Vikings; and is Loul Deng soon to be a former Bull?
Hersey High School students bring Dr. Seuss stories to life
Submitted by District 214
Dec 10, 2013 2:41 PM
Twice a year, John Hersey High School's Acting I, II, III, and IV students develop, stage and perform material from various children's stories for the school's preschool and Career and Life Skills students. This year, the teens focused on Dr. Seuss and Aesop.
DuPage County's primary races set for March
By Robert Sanchez
Dec 4, 2013 5:05 PM
The final day of filing for the March primary brought several surprises Monday, including news that Democrats in DuPage County will have a contested race to pick one of their county board nominees. Now that candidates for countywide, county board and forest preserve seats have filed their nominating petitions, it's known that DuPage will have five contested primary races.
U-46 thanks community for donated to students in need
Submitted by District U-46
Dec 4, 2013 1:10 PM
Dozens of U-46 students will have a brighter holiday season this year thanks to the generosity of several of the district's area business partners. "U-46 is fortunate to have so many wonderful business partners who -- without ever being asked -- graciously give to help students in need," said Superintendent Dr. Josť Torres.
Candidate filing ends for March primary
By Mike Riopell
Dec 4, 2013 11:27 AM
The deadline to file petitions to run for state office came and went Monday with five incumbent suburban Republicans facing primary challengers for Illinois House. One Democrat faces a similar primary challenge.
Big pension vote could be Tuesday, but big debate likely first
By Mike Riopell
Dec 3, 2013 9:24 AM
Tuesday could be high noon for the highest-profile debate over Illinois' disastrous finances as lawmakers prepare for a possible vote on a plan to cut public workers' pension benefits. Democratic and Republican leaders in the House and Senate are pushing their rank-and-file members to support the plan in spite of fierce opposition from employee unions. "I haven't made my mind up yet," state Sen. Julie Morrison said.
Thieves steal dozens of bras from South Barrington Victoria's Secret
By Eric Peterson
Dec 3, 2013 7:17 AM
Thieves brazenly stole 72 bras valued at $3,690 from a Victoria's Secret store in South Barrington last month, authorities said. South Barrington Police Chief Mike Deegan said the store chain is being targeted regionally. The items can quickly be fenced or sold through third parties at flea markets, he said.
Robbers get away after hitting Palatine, Rolling Meadows banks
By Deborah Donovan
Dec 3, 2013 5:32 AM
A man who robbed a Rolling Meadows bank Monday is believed to be the same person who robbed the same bank in April and two others in Wood Dale earlier this year, authorities say. A second robbery occurred later Monday at the Chase Bank at Euclid Avenue and Quentin Road in Palatine, bring police dogs and a helicopter out for a search.
Dominick's to become Mariano's in Gurnee, Aurora, Buffalo Grove
By Christopher Placek
Dec 3, 2013 5:31 AM
Eleven soon-to-be shuttered Dominick's grocery stores in the Chicago area -- including in Gurnee, Buffalo Grove, Aurora and Park Ridge -- will become Mariano's stores next year, officials announced Monday. The transaction is expected to close later this month, and the former Dominick's stores are expected to become Mariano's over the course of a few months.
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