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  • Roselle's Rose Queen, Lauren Caputo, waves at spectators as her float marches down Roselle Road during the annual Rose Parade on Sunday.

       Roselle's Rose Queen, Lauren Caputo, waves at spectators as her float marches down Roselle Road during the annual Rose Parade on Sunday.
    John McGillen | Staff Photographer

  • Manuel Torres, of Grayslake, walks with a bike and tires that he bought during Skip's Fiesta Drive-In Truck & Auto Swap Meet & Car Show Sunday at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake. The 30th anniversary celebration featured a parts swap meet and a display of antique and collectible automobiles.

       Manuel Torres, of Grayslake, walks with a bike and tires that he bought during Skip's Fiesta Drive-In Truck & Auto Swap Meet & Car Show Sunday at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake. The 30th anniversary celebration featured a parts swap meet and a display of antique and collectible automobiles.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Jesse White Tumbling Team shock spectators with their acrobatic talents during the annual Rose Parade in Roselle on Sunday.

       Members of the Jesse White Tumbling Team shock spectators with their acrobatic talents during the annual Rose Parade in Roselle on Sunday.
    John McGillen | Staff Photographer

  • Chloe Smith, 12, of Lake in the Hills, wins the 800-meter run Sunday at the Hershey National Track and Field Games at Cary-Grove High School. The Cary Park District and Hershey ran the event, which was open to all 9-14-year-olds. Winners may be able to advance and compete in a national meet later.

       Chloe Smith, 12, of Lake in the Hills, wins the 800-meter run Sunday at the Hershey National Track and Field Games at Cary-Grove High School. The Cary Park District and Hershey ran the event, which was open to all 9-14-year-olds. Winners may be able to advance and compete in a national meet later.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Barrington's Megan Wiersma is all smiles after her front right tooth was broken by her dog, Moses, then found by her dog, then glued back by her dentist making the dog the hero and the villain at the same time.

       Barrington's Megan Wiersma is all smiles after her front right tooth was broken by her dog, Moses, then found by her dog, then glued back by her dentist making the dog the hero and the villain at the same time.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Dania Ortiz, 8, of Round Lake Heights, and her mother, Alma, clap their hands to a song by Officer Ollie during the Puppet Crime Prevention program Monday by the Round Lake Police Department at the Round Lake Area Public Library. The puppets entertained and informed kids about stranger danger, getting lost, and the importance of knowing your address.

       Dania Ortiz, 8, of Round Lake Heights, and her mother, Alma, clap their hands to a song by Officer Ollie during the Puppet Crime Prevention program Monday by the Round Lake Police Department at the Round Lake Area Public Library. The puppets entertained and informed kids about stranger danger, getting lost, and the importance of knowing your address.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Using a filtered telescope, observers view the planet Venus crossing the face of the sun at Harper College in Palatine Tuesday evening.

       Using a filtered telescope, observers view the planet Venus crossing the face of the sun at Harper College in Palatine Tuesday evening.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Observed through the view finder of a telescope, the planet Venus crossing the face of the sun Tuesday evening. The planet appears as a small black dot at upper left in relation to the sun.

       Observed through the view finder of a telescope, the planet Venus crossing the face of the sun Tuesday evening. The planet appears as a small black dot at upper left in relation to the sun.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Ricardo Banuelos wipes his eyes as his wife Raquel gets a hug from Anna Snitko, a neighbor of Brian Herrera who died along with their daughter Alexis and Tyler Montgomery in a triple fatal crash at Schlapp Road and Route 126 in rural Kendall County, Tuesday. Ricardo Banuelos said of his daughter "she was full of life and lived life to the fullest".

      Ricardo Banuelos wipes his eyes as his wife Raquel gets a hug from Anna Snitko, a neighbor of Brian Herrera who died along with their daughter Alexis and Tyler Montgomery in a triple fatal crash at Schlapp Road and Route 126 in rural Kendall County, Tuesday. Ricardo Banuelos said of his daughter "she was full of life and lived life to the fullest".

  • Sam Gibbons, 8, of Lombard, takes a look through a smaller telescope on the roof of the Wheaton College Astronomical Observatory, which opened Tuesday evening for free viewings of the Transit of Venus. On the right is Sam's sister Gracie, 10 and on the left is student Daniel Flavin, helping out with the event. Hundreds of people lined up to look through several different telescopes.

       Sam Gibbons, 8, of Lombard, takes a look through a smaller telescope on the roof of the Wheaton College Astronomical Observatory, which opened Tuesday evening for free viewings of the Transit of Venus. On the right is Sam's sister Gracie, 10 and on the left is student Daniel Flavin, helping out with the event. Hundreds of people lined up to look through several different telescopes.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Andris Slokenbergs of Geneva and his son Emils, 3 1/2, take a look through the main telescope in the Wheaton College Astronomical Observatory, which opened Tuesday evening for free viewings of the Transit of Venus.

       Andris Slokenbergs of Geneva and his son Emils, 3 1/2, take a look through the main telescope in the Wheaton College Astronomical Observatory, which opened Tuesday evening for free viewings of the Transit of Venus.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Mikayla Byers, 7, reads a book she found while browsing the book bus Tuesday at Lords Park Elementary School in Elgin. Mikayla and her sister Gabby, 10, both picked out several books from the thousands that were donated by local residents and businesses.

       Mikayla Byers, 7, reads a book she found while browsing the book bus Tuesday at Lords Park Elementary School in Elgin. Mikayla and her sister Gabby, 10, both picked out several books from the thousands that were donated by local residents and businesses.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

  • 11-year-old twins Alex and Amanda Malanick of Sugar Grove walk off the track after competing in the 200 meter dash during the 5th annual paralympic "Run and Roll" at McCracken Field in McHenry Wednesday. Children and teens up to age 21 with a primary physical or visual disability were encouraged to participate.

       11-year-old twins Alex and Amanda Malanick of Sugar Grove walk off the track after competing in the 200 meter dash during the 5th annual paralympic "Run and Roll" at McCracken Field in McHenry Wednesday. Children and teens up to age 21 with a primary physical or visual disability were encouraged to participate.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Lisa Reiter of Cary hugs her 11-year-old son Sam after he competed in the 200 meter dash during the 5th annual paralympic "Run and Roll" at McCracken Field in McHenry Wednesday.

       Lisa Reiter of Cary hugs her 11-year-old son Sam after he competed in the 200 meter dash during the 5th annual paralympic "Run and Roll" at McCracken Field in McHenry Wednesday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Bob Swanson of Round Lake competes in the 800 meter wheelchair race during the 5th annual paralympic "Run and Roll" at McCracken Field in McHenry Wednesday.

       Bob Swanson of Round Lake competes in the 800 meter wheelchair race during the 5th annual paralympic "Run and Roll" at McCracken Field in McHenry Wednesday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 

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