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  • Emily Barenbrugge, who used to babysit for Bryce Laspisa and helped to organize the vigil, holds a glow stick during a vigil for the missing Naperville Central High School graduate at Frontier Park in Naperville on Monday. Participants held glow sticks or cell phone lights and wore white or orange to "light the way home" for Laspisa, a 19-year-old who went missing Aug. 30 in California. This is one of three vigils his parents are organizing to honor the teen who has been missing for a month.

       Emily Barenbrugge, who used to babysit for Bryce Laspisa and helped to organize the vigil, holds a glow stick during a vigil for the missing Naperville Central High School graduate at Frontier Park in Naperville on Monday. Participants held glow sticks or cell phone lights and wore white or orange to "light the way home" for Laspisa, a 19-year-old who went missing Aug. 30 in California. This is one of three vigils his parents are organizing to honor the teen who has been missing for a month.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • As Eva Torres watches closely, her 22-month-old grandson Jaden, backs away from a gaggle of hissing geese in Veterans Park in Cary Monday afternoon.

       As Eva Torres watches closely, her 22-month-old grandson Jaden, backs away from a gaggle of hissing geese in Veterans Park in Cary Monday afternoon.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Tom King of Des Plaines launches his radio controlled plane, The Neptune, into the beautiful blue sky at Ned Brown Forest Preserve on Monday. He and three other friends had identical planes and at times all four were buzzing the open air. King said that "Everyday is a good day to fly along as it's not too windy."

       Tom King of Des Plaines launches his radio controlled plane, The Neptune, into the beautiful blue sky at Ned Brown Forest Preserve on Monday. He and three other friends had identical planes and at times all four were buzzing the open air. King said that "Everyday is a good day to fly along as it's not too windy."
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Lance Briggs comes out of the tunnel during the Chicago Bears opening game. Being behind the scenes allows for unique pictures. I like the intensity in his arms as he gets pumped up during the pre-game show. This photo was published in the weekly Perspective column in the print edition.

       Lance Briggs comes out of the tunnel during the Chicago Bears opening game. Being behind the scenes allows for unique pictures. I like the intensity in his arms as he gets pumped up during the pre-game show. This photo was published in the weekly Perspective column in the print edition.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Palatine firefighters stand at attention near the railroad crossing in downtown Palatine during Tuesday morning's ceremony at the Firefighter's Memorial, honoring two volunteer firefighters who died in the line of duty on October 1, 1946 when their fire truck was hit by a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad passenger train.

       Palatine firefighters stand at attention near the railroad crossing in downtown Palatine during Tuesday morning's ceremony at the Firefighter's Memorial, honoring two volunteer firefighters who died in the line of duty on October 1, 1946 when their fire truck was hit by a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad passenger train.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Enjoying a beautiful fall day where temperatures reached into the middle 70's in the Fox Valley, Nick Szczechowski, of St. Charles, works on some new tricks at the Mt. St. Mary Park skateboard park Tuesday. Szczechowski was getting back into skating after a long hiatus and said he enjoyed the freedom he felt while skating.

       Enjoying a beautiful fall day where temperatures reached into the middle 70's in the Fox Valley, Nick Szczechowski, of St. Charles, works on some new tricks at the Mt. St. Mary Park skateboard park Tuesday. Szczechowski was getting back into skating after a long hiatus and said he enjoyed the freedom he felt while skating.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • The Ela Jr. Bears youth football team practices at Knox Field in Lake Zurich. The team was organized to help underprivileged children who previously could not afford to join a youth sports team.

      The Ela Jr. Bears youth football team practices at Knox Field in Lake Zurich. The team was organized to help underprivileged children who previously could not afford to join a youth sports team.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Robert Beelen, of Wheeling, uses a picnic table to stretch out his hamstrings after a walk around Lake Arlington in Arlington Heights. Beelen would walk the two-mile route daily until he injured his knee.

       Robert Beelen, of Wheeling, uses a picnic table to stretch out his hamstrings after a walk around Lake Arlington in Arlington Heights. Beelen would walk the two-mile route daily until he injured his knee.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Wauconda resident Tom Gorski utilized a beautiful fall morning by fishing on Bangs Lake Tuesday. Gorski used hip waders to get a little farther out in the water.

       Wauconda resident Tom Gorski utilized a beautiful fall morning by fishing on Bangs Lake Tuesday. Gorski used hip waders to get a little farther out in the water.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • First and second graders race around a parking lot as Transfiguration School in Wauconda held their annual Track-A-Thon fundraiser for the school Thursday.

       First and second graders race around a parking lot as Transfiguration School in Wauconda held their annual Track-A-Thon fundraiser for the school Thursday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • A golf spectator makes his way around a very soggy Golf Club of Illinois Thursday morning while watching action during the Fox Valley Conference boys golf tournament. Rain showers hit just about every part of the suburbs Thursday.

       A golf spectator makes his way around a very soggy Golf Club of Illinois Thursday morning while watching action during the Fox Valley Conference boys golf tournament. Rain showers hit just about every part of the suburbs Thursday.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • A fallen oak leaf lies on the path at John Duerr Forest Preserve, its color partly changed, in South Elgin on Thursday.

       A fallen oak leaf lies on the path at John Duerr Forest Preserve, its color partly changed, in South Elgin on Thursday.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • First grader Damaris Gomez and her teacher Mandy Reihart duck under a parachute as Westbrook School in Mount Prospect holds its first-ever "Walk for Westbrook" Friday. Students have been collecting pledges to meet the ambitious $9,000 fund raising goal.

       First grader Damaris Gomez and her teacher Mandy Reihart duck under a parachute as Westbrook School in Mount Prospect holds its first-ever "Walk for Westbrook" Friday. Students have been collecting pledges to meet the ambitious $9,000 fund raising goal.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Seventeen-year-old Jakob Eldridge promotes the drama club as he marches along State Street during the Geneva High School homecoming parade Friday.

       Seventeen-year-old Jakob Eldridge promotes the drama club as he marches along State Street during the Geneva High School homecoming parade Friday.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Around 750 seventh and eighth grade Palombi Middle School students particpated in the school's annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk in Lake Villa Friday morning. Students and staff raised around $900 for cancer research.

       Around 750 seventh and eighth grade Palombi Middle School students particpated in the school's annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk in Lake Villa Friday morning. Students and staff raised around $900 for cancer research.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Mike and Mary Kline attach a tab with their son Terrence's name to their flag during a ceremony to preview the upcoming Healing Field of Honor at West Aurora High School. The Kline's son Terrence is an F/18 Navy Pilot on the aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush.

       Mike and Mary Kline attach a tab with their son Terrence's name to their flag during a ceremony to preview the upcoming Healing Field of Honor at West Aurora High School. The Kline's son Terrence is an F/18 Navy Pilot on the aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Xavier Torres, of Carol Stream, picks some corn during the Kline Creek Farm annual Corn Fest celebration Saturday. Robert Torres, Xavier's father, commented," This is a great educational program for the whole family were you can learn about corn and the seasons."

       Xavier Torres, of Carol Stream, picks some corn during the Kline Creek Farm annual Corn Fest celebration Saturday. Robert Torres, Xavier's father, commented," This is a great educational program for the whole family were you can learn about corn and the seasons."
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • 8-year-old Mia Lacey, of Libertyville, gets to sit atop a motorcycle courtesy of Lake Shore Harley-Davidson at the Libertyville Pumpkin Fest.

       8-year-old Mia Lacey, of Libertyville, gets to sit atop a motorcycle courtesy of Lake Shore Harley-Davidson at the Libertyville Pumpkin Fest.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Shirley Winiecki, of Chicago, puts scary makeup on six-year-old Brandon Caraway, of Rockford, in the Carney Town haunted house at Carnevil at Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates on Saturday.

       Shirley Winiecki, of Chicago, puts scary makeup on six-year-old Brandon Caraway, of Rockford, in the Carney Town haunted house at Carnevil at Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Emma Zivin, 6, of Buffalo Grove, decorates her mini-pumpkin during the Arlington Heights Autumn Harvest Fest at North School Park Saturday.

       Emma Zivin, 6, of Buffalo Grove, decorates her mini-pumpkin during the Arlington Heights Autumn Harvest Fest at North School Park Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Julie Lee, of South Elgin, is the first female to cross the finishing line with a time of 33:28.4 in the South Elgin Parks & Recreation FUNdation ninth annual Harvest Hustle 7K Run and 2-Mile Walk on Saturday. Lee has participated in the run for eight years.

       Julie Lee, of South Elgin, is the first female to cross the finishing line with a time of 33:28.4 in the South Elgin Parks & Recreation FUNdation ninth annual Harvest Hustle 7K Run and 2-Mile Walk on Saturday. Lee has participated in the run for eight years.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Betsy Zinser, of Batavia, collects tall coreopsis seed pods at Fermilabīs annual prairie seed harvest of the Robert F. Betz Prairie on Saturday. This is Zinser's first time helping at the event. She is also on the board of Fermilab Natural Areas, a not-for-profit group dedicated to taking care of the natural areas at Fermilab. Typically, about 200 people volunteer to collect seeds and clean up the 1,000 acres of restored prairie.

       Betsy Zinser, of Batavia, collects tall coreopsis seed pods at Fermilabīs annual prairie seed harvest of the Robert F. Betz Prairie on Saturday. This is Zinser's first time helping at the event. She is also on the board of Fermilab Natural Areas, a not-for-profit group dedicated to taking care of the natural areas at Fermilab. Typically, about 200 people volunteer to collect seeds and clean up the 1,000 acres of restored prairie.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Anaise Fitzpatrick, 10, of Lake Vila, attends the Girls Day of Rugby hosted by the Illinois Youth Rugby Association at Olympic Park in Schaumburg Sunday.

       Anaise Fitzpatrick, 10, of Lake Vila, attends the Girls Day of Rugby hosted by the Illinois Youth Rugby Association at Olympic Park in Schaumburg Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Leah Stiles, 4, of Grayslake, feeds a baby goat while visiting the Bonner Heritage Farm's Country Fair, Sunday in Lindenhurst.

       Leah Stiles, 4, of Grayslake, feeds a baby goat while visiting the Bonner Heritage Farm's Country Fair, Sunday in Lindenhurst.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Wendy Schmitt, of Elmhurst, enjoys apple slices with carmel at The Morton Arboretum's Fall Color Festival Sunday. This event included seasonal food, a Scarecrow Trail around Meadow Lake and numerous other events for family fun.

       Wendy Schmitt, of Elmhurst, enjoys apple slices with carmel at The Morton Arboretum's Fall Color Festival Sunday. This event included seasonal food, a Scarecrow Trail around Meadow Lake and numerous other events for family fun.
    Paul Michna | Staff Photographer

  • Sophia Finch, 8, holds a three-toed box turtle named Toby, Sunday at the Fox Valley Wildlife Center Open House in the Elburn Forest Preserve, west of Elburn on Route 38. She is from Geneva and was with her brother Robert, 11, and mother Alyce, who is a volunteer at the center.

       Sophia Finch, 8, holds a three-toed box turtle named Toby, Sunday at the Fox Valley Wildlife Center Open House in the Elburn Forest Preserve, west of Elburn on Route 38. She is from Geneva and was with her brother Robert, 11, and mother Alyce, who is a volunteer at the center.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

 

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