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  • A cage of birds are taken out of the house of Dave Skeberdis of Aurora on Friday.

       A cage of birds are taken out of the house of Dave Skeberdis of Aurora on Friday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Kim Engel of Wheaton helps Oscar Smith, 5, of West Chicago get his face mask on during the West Chicago's Park District's Halloween Parade and costume contest at West Chicago Library Saturday. Kim is Oscar's big sister.

       Kim Engel of Wheaton helps Oscar Smith, 5, of West Chicago get his face mask on during the West Chicago's Park District's Halloween Parade and costume contest at West Chicago Library Saturday. Kim is Oscar's big sister.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Cate Costello, 4, of Geneva, takes off her wig so it won't slow her down during the goodie-filled plastic egg hunt at Geneva Park District's Halloween Hayday at the Persinger Recreation Center on Saturday, October 27. Her costume is Merida from the Brave cartoon movie.

       Cate Costello, 4, of Geneva, takes off her wig so it won't slow her down during the goodie-filled plastic egg hunt at Geneva Park District's Halloween Hayday at the Persinger Recreation Center on Saturday, October 27. Her costume is Merida from the Brave cartoon movie.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Sharon Rodkey and her dog "Copper" dress up as a jet plane and ground control manager during the Carol Stream Park District's Halloween Dog Parade at the Bark Park, Sunday.

       Sharon Rodkey and her dog "Copper" dress up as a jet plane and ground control manager during the Carol Stream Park District's Halloween Dog Parade at the Bark Park, Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Latte and Neo dressed up as the frog and princess, and won the cutest couple award, during the Carol Stream Park District's Halloween Dog Parade at the Bark Park, Sunday.

       Latte and Neo dressed up as the frog and princess, and won the cutest couple award, during the Carol Stream Park District's Halloween Dog Parade at the Bark Park, Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Bears' defensive end Cheta Ozougwu is made up as a ghoul as Bears players acted as characters at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the Pettry family, the wife and children of William Christopher Pettry who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla. about three weeks ago.

      Chicago Bears' defensive end Cheta Ozougwu is made up as a ghoul as Bears players acted as characters at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the Pettry family, the wife and children of William Christopher Pettry who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla. about three weeks ago.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi poses with Brandon Pettry, 13 of Lake Villa and his sister Alexandra, 15, who are the son and daughter of William Christopher Pettry who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla. about three weeks ago. Bears players volunteered their time to play characters at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the Pettry family.

      Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi poses with Brandon Pettry, 13 of Lake Villa and his sister Alexandra, 15, who are the son and daughter of William Christopher Pettry who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla. about three weeks ago. Bears players volunteered their time to play characters at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the Pettry family.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Bears' place-kicker Robbie Gould is made up by Makeup artist Ken Svitak of Round Lake as several members of the Chicago Bears were on hand at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the Pettry family, the wife and children of the William Christopher Pettry who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla. about three weeks ago.

      Chicago Bears' place-kicker Robbie Gould is made up by Makeup artist Ken Svitak of Round Lake as several members of the Chicago Bears were on hand at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the Pettry family, the wife and children of the William Christopher Pettry who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla. about three weeks ago.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • The Grayslake Public Library held a Halloween story time and trick-or-treat costume parade. Piper Johnson, 3 of Round Lake, dressed as a goldfish for the event.

       The Grayslake Public Library held a Halloween story time and trick-or-treat costume parade. Piper Johnson, 3 of Round Lake, dressed as a goldfish for the event.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Alain Marginean of Chicago takes pictures of the large waves at North Avenue Beach in Chicago on Tuesday, October 30.

       Alain Marginean of Chicago takes pictures of the large waves at North Avenue Beach in Chicago on Tuesday, October 30.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Jessie the therapy German Sheperd dog is led through Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington by owner Linda McCarthy of Island Lake to different patients rooms such as Kim O'Connor of Barrington to provide her with a temporary feel-good solution to her hospital visit. This is part of the hospital's Pet Therapy Program that started many years ago.

       Jessie the therapy German Sheperd dog is led through Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington by owner Linda McCarthy of Island Lake to different patients rooms such as Kim O'Connor of Barrington to provide her with a temporary feel-good solution to her hospital visit. This is part of the hospital's Pet Therapy Program that started many years ago.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Katia Noti and her daughter Fay, 3, of Roselle, check out the new playground during a grand opening at the Clauss Recreation Center in Roselle on Tuesday.

       Katia Noti and her daughter Fay, 3, of Roselle, check out the new playground during a grand opening at the Clauss Recreation Center in Roselle on Tuesday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Christopher Wallin, left and Michael Small, right, firefighters with Glenside Fire Protection District accept their Awards of Valor from the Hundred Club of DuPage County.

       Christopher Wallin, left and Michael Small, right, firefighters with Glenside Fire Protection District accept their Awards of Valor from the Hundred Club of DuPage County.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Left to right are Officers Gregory Hausner, John Majeski, Sean Ryan and David Hamblin with the Westmont Police Department, accept their Awards of Valor from the Hundred Club of DuPage County.

       Left to right are Officers Gregory Hausner, John Majeski, Sean Ryan and David Hamblin with the Westmont Police Department, accept their Awards of Valor from the Hundred Club of DuPage County.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Holocaust survivor Adam Paluch of Mundelein wipes away a tear while watching a video of he and his sister Ida Kersz of Skokie reunited after years apart. They talked about their experiences to Carmel Catholic High School students as part of a class titled, "the Holocaust and Genocide in The Modern World."

       Holocaust survivor Adam Paluch of Mundelein wipes away a tear while watching a video of he and his sister Ida Kersz of Skokie reunited after years apart. They talked about their experiences to Carmel Catholic High School students as part of a class titled, "the Holocaust and Genocide in The Modern World."
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Holocaust survivor Ida Kersz of Skokie shows pictures of her family while talking about her experiences to Carmel Catholic High School students as part of a class titled, "the Holocaust and Genocide in The Modern World."

       Holocaust survivor Ida Kersz of Skokie shows pictures of her family while talking about her experiences to Carmel Catholic High School students as part of a class titled, "the Holocaust and Genocide in The Modern World."
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus Asian elephant Kelly Ann paints a pumpkin with instructions from Joey Frisco, senior elephant trainer, to kick off the arrival of the circus to at Allstate Arena in Rosemont on Wednesday, October 31.

       Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus Asian elephant Kelly Ann paints a pumpkin with instructions from Joey Frisco, senior elephant trainer, to kick off the arrival of the circus to at Allstate Arena in Rosemont on Wednesday, October 31.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Briella Barbian, 2 of Round Lake, dressed as Strawberry Shortcake and enjoys a sucker during the Fox Lake Police Department's Halloween Howl event Wednesday evening. Kids and parents enjoyed free refreshments, a bouncy house and got to check out police vehicles.

       Briella Barbian, 2 of Round Lake, dressed as Strawberry Shortcake and enjoys a sucker during the Fox Lake Police Department's Halloween Howl event Wednesday evening. Kids and parents enjoyed free refreshments, a bouncy house and got to check out police vehicles.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Dominic Vitto, contestant Chuck Federici's grandson, is decked out in his cooking outfit during the Cook of the Week Challenge Cookoff.

       Dominic Vitto, contestant Chuck Federici's grandson, is decked out in his cooking outfit during the Cook of the Week Challenge Cookoff.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Elzbieta Plackowska of Naperville has been charged with killing two children, one of them her own, as well as two dogs on Tuesday in Naperville in the 800 block of Quin Court.

       Elzbieta Plackowska of Naperville has been charged with killing two children, one of them her own, as well as two dogs on Tuesday in Naperville in the 800 block of Quin Court.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Horses graze in front of one of the Beestra quilted barns in Harvard Thursday November 1, 2012.

       Horses graze in front of one of the Beestra quilted barns in Harvard Thursday November 1, 2012.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Gary Greenberg of Highland Park hugs Midtown Athletic Club personal trainer Rich Rossi during a ceremony at the facility in Bannockburn Thursday. Rossi was honored for saving Greenberg after he suffered a heart attack. Rossi used a AED (Automated External Defibrillator) to save his life.

      Gary Greenberg of Highland Park hugs Midtown Athletic Club personal trainer Rich Rossi during a ceremony at the facility in Bannockburn Thursday. Rossi was honored for saving Greenberg after he suffered a heart attack. Rossi used a AED (Automated External Defibrillator) to save his life.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 

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