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  • Naperville's Ss. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic School students, staff, and local officials attended an assembly honoring the school for winning status as a Blue Ribbon School from the federal government. After the assembly, the entire student body gathered for a group photo in the shape of a blue ribbon in front of the school.

       Naperville's Ss. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic School students, staff, and local officials attended an assembly honoring the school for winning status as a Blue Ribbon School from the federal government. After the assembly, the entire student body gathered for a group photo in the shape of a blue ribbon in front of the school.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Alexis Rangel, 2, plays in top part of a new curio cabinet delivered to his parents, Juana Beltran and Jose Rangel, on Saturday, November 17. They were one of eight families who were living in the apartments that burned in a fire on November 4. Community Outreach Ministries and Wheaton Bible Church worked with the West Chicago community to gather and fund the replacement furniture.

       Alexis Rangel, 2, plays in top part of a new curio cabinet delivered to his parents, Juana Beltran and Jose Rangel, on Saturday, November 17. They were one of eight families who were living in the apartments that burned in a fire on November 4. Community Outreach Ministries and Wheaton Bible Church worked with the West Chicago community to gather and fund the replacement furniture.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • A male and female red-breasted nuthatch landed on Daily Herald photographer George LeClaire's hand over 50-times during 3-hours, to grab a peanut, while George was taking photographs and video of the half-ounce bird in Glenview on November 15, 2012.

       A male and female red-breasted nuthatch landed on Daily Herald photographer George LeClaire's hand over 50-times during 3-hours, to grab a peanut, while George was taking photographs and video of the half-ounce bird in Glenview on November 15, 2012.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Fox Valley Festival Chorus sing Christmas songs during the Winter Lights holiday walk in downtown Aurora.

       Members of the Fox Valley Festival Chorus sing Christmas songs during the Winter Lights holiday walk in downtown Aurora.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Jessica Cesar helps a volunteer with couch pillows into her building at the Timber Lakes apartments in West Chicago on Saturday, November 17. Eight families were living in the apartments that burned in a fire on November 4. Community Outreach Ministries and Wheaton Bible Church worked with the West Chicago community to gather and fund the replacement furniture.

       Jessica Cesar helps a volunteer with couch pillows into her building at the Timber Lakes apartments in West Chicago on Saturday, November 17. Eight families were living in the apartments that burned in a fire on November 4. Community Outreach Ministries and Wheaton Bible Church worked with the West Chicago community to gather and fund the replacement furniture.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Eight-year-old Maizy Starr of Elgin wears a Santa balloon while listening to "Santa" tell jokes during An Almost Winter Day at SEBA Park in South Elgin November 17, 2012.

       Eight-year-old Maizy Starr of Elgin wears a Santa balloon while listening to "Santa" tell jokes during An Almost Winter Day at SEBA Park in South Elgin November 17, 2012.
    BRIAN HILL | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteers Francisco Javier Armado, center, and Alejandro Vargas, right, load up grocery carts with packaged Thanksgiving meals Tuesday at Centro de Informacion in Elgin. The meal bags were assembled earlier in the day, and will be picked up by local families. Waiting to hand off another box of meals at left is Sammy Gomez, 12, of Elgin. Armado lives in West Dundee, and Vargas is from Elgin.

       Volunteers Francisco Javier Armado, center, and Alejandro Vargas, right, load up grocery carts with packaged Thanksgiving meals Tuesday at Centro de Informacion in Elgin. The meal bags were assembled earlier in the day, and will be picked up by local families. Waiting to hand off another box of meals at left is Sammy Gomez, 12, of Elgin. Armado lives in West Dundee, and Vargas is from Elgin.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

  • Seniors Matt Frawley, left and Brett Consitt, right, part of the Glenbard North Superfans, get the pep rally started for the Glenbard North football team on Tuesday in Carol Stream. The team will play Mt. Carmel on Saturday in Champaign for the 8A Championship.

       Seniors Matt Frawley, left and Brett Consitt, right, part of the Glenbard North Superfans, get the pep rally started for the Glenbard North football team on Tuesday in Carol Stream. The team will play Mt. Carmel on Saturday in Champaign for the 8A Championship.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • 5-year-old Jacob Gleason leads the way during the Mount Prospect Child Care Center's wagon walk to the village hall to deliver food they collected.

       5-year-old Jacob Gleason leads the way during the Mount Prospect Child Care Center's wagon walk to the village hall to deliver food they collected.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Horses graze in a fog Wednesday morning on a farm along Algonquin Road in Barrington Hills. A dense fog advisory was in place for early morning commuters.

       Horses graze in a fog Wednesday morning on a farm along Algonquin Road in Barrington Hills. A dense fog advisory was in place for early morning commuters.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Sophomore Madison Basich receives a box from freshman Taylor Skie as students form a human chain, passing boxes of food, and loading a truck for the Libertyville Township Food Pantry Wednesday at Libertyville High School. More than 4,200 items were collected this year.

       Sophomore Madison Basich receives a box from freshman Taylor Skie as students form a human chain, passing boxes of food, and loading a truck for the Libertyville Township Food Pantry Wednesday at Libertyville High School. More than 4,200 items were collected this year.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Tent city in front of the Best Buy in Schaumburg popped up at 12 a.m. on Tuesday. Matt Runowski, 20, of Streamwood keeps warm in his sleeping bag with the rest of his friends as they try to get their hands on Best Buy's Black Friday deal, a 40 inch flat screen TV for 179.99.

       Tent city in front of the Best Buy in Schaumburg popped up at 12 a.m. on Tuesday. Matt Runowski, 20, of Streamwood keeps warm in his sleeping bag with the rest of his friends as they try to get their hands on Best Buy's Black Friday deal, a 40 inch flat screen TV for 179.99.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Carl Moland-Kovash (left) in charge of the whip cream for the pumpkin pie slices tops off Michael Berber, 12, of Palatine piece at the All Saints Lutheran Church Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday.

       Carl Moland-Kovash (left) in charge of the whip cream for the pumpkin pie slices tops off Michael Berber, 12, of Palatine piece at the All Saints Lutheran Church Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Steve Saul of Naperville, gets warmed up with members of the Welch Elementary School running club, which includes grades 3-8. They were getting ready to run in the 15th annual Turkey Trot in Naperville on Thursday.

       Steve Saul of Naperville, gets warmed up with members of the Welch Elementary School running club, which includes grades 3-8. They were getting ready to run in the 15th annual Turkey Trot in Naperville on Thursday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • The Fox from the 16th annual Fox & Turkey run offers a hand to a finishing youth runner in Batavia on Thanksgiving Day, November 22.

       The Fox from the 16th annual Fox & Turkey run offers a hand to a finishing youth runner in Batavia on Thanksgiving Day, November 22.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Morning shadows stretch down Main St. in downtown Wauconda as runners prepare for second annual Wauconda Turkey Trot. The race consisted of a 4-mile run and a 2-mile walk. About 800 people participated in the race who's proceeds went to help the Wauconda Food Pantry.

       Morning shadows stretch down Main St. in downtown Wauconda as runners prepare for second annual Wauconda Turkey Trot. The race consisted of a 4-mile run and a 2-mile walk. About 800 people participated in the race who's proceeds went to help the Wauconda Food Pantry.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • 3-year-old Ryan Little of Wauconda cheers on her daddy during the second annual Wauconda Turkey Trot. The race consisted of a 4-mile run and a 2-mile walk. Proceeds from the race went to the Wauconda Food Pantry.

       3-year-old Ryan Little of Wauconda cheers on her daddy during the second annual Wauconda Turkey Trot. The race consisted of a 4-mile run and a 2-mile walk. Proceeds from the race went to the Wauconda Food Pantry.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Seaman Recruits from left, Morena Illidge of Mancherster, England, Trey Baker of Cincinnati, Ohio and Logan Hubbard of Herman, Missouri play Wii games as the Gurnee Community Church welcomed 182 sailors from Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes for their 10th annual Thanksgiving Day feast Thursday.

       Seaman Recruits from left, Morena Illidge of Mancherster, England, Trey Baker of Cincinnati, Ohio and Logan Hubbard of Herman, Missouri play Wii games as the Gurnee Community Church welcomed 182 sailors from Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes for their 10th annual Thanksgiving Day feast Thursday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 

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