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  • Jason Stavropoulos, with AbbVie, hammers in a post to support an oak tree he planted. Staff from Conserve Lake County and the Jewish Council for Youth Services planted 66 native trees, primarily four species of oaks at the JCYS'S Camp Henry Horner in Ingleside on Tuesda

       Jason Stavropoulos, with AbbVie, hammers in a post to support an oak tree he planted. Staff from Conserve Lake County and the Jewish Council for Youth Services planted 66 native trees, primarily four species of oaks at the JCYS'S Camp Henry Horner in Ingleside on Tuesda
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Saniyah Shakeel, front, of Schaumburg, and Jessica Cairo, left, of Carol Stream, smile after Goober the camel bucks a little during a ride at the Goebbert's Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival in Hampshire Monday. They were riding with Dana Mestey, 11, of Algonquin, who was smooshed in the middle.

       Saniyah Shakeel, front, of Schaumburg, and Jessica Cairo, left, of Carol Stream, smile after Goober the camel bucks a little during a ride at the Goebbert's Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival in Hampshire Monday. They were riding with Dana Mestey, 11, of Algonquin, who was smooshed in the middle.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • While photographing a late season pro golf tournament a the Cantigny Golf course I noticed a few water lilies in full bloom in one of the ponds on the course. I framed the image so that one large pad at the bottom and the white flower at the top were lit by the afternoon sun streaming through the large trees onto the pond. This picture was published in the Perspective column in the print edtion.

       While photographing a late season pro golf tournament a the Cantigny Golf course I noticed a few water lilies in full bloom in one of the ponds on the course. I framed the image so that one large pad at the bottom and the white flower at the top were lit by the afternoon sun streaming through the large trees onto the pond. This picture was published in the Perspective column in the print edtion.
    Mark Black | 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 picture was published in the Perspective column in the print editon.

       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 picture was published in the Perspective column in the print editon.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Renovation work is underway at the entrances of the Westfield Hawthorn Mall in Vernon Hills. Besides the makeover, visitors to the mall will also see new food and entertainment options and an AMC theater.

       Renovation work is underway at the entrances of the Westfield Hawthorn Mall in Vernon Hills. Besides the makeover, visitors to the mall will also see new food and entertainment options and an AMC theater.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Joe DeRose, of the DuPage County Forest Preserve, aerates a horse pasture at the Danada Forest Preserve as snow fall for first time this season Tuesday.

       Joe DeRose, of the DuPage County Forest Preserve, aerates a horse pasture at the Danada Forest Preserve as snow fall for first time this season Tuesday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Manny Galvan, of St. Charles, smiles while talking to some of the other regulars at the dog park as the snow falls at James O. Breen Community Park Tuesday. He brought his dog Mimsy, not pictured, along.

       Manny Galvan, of St. Charles, smiles while talking to some of the other regulars at the dog park as the snow falls at James O. Breen Community Park Tuesday. He brought his dog Mimsy, not pictured, along.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Wheeling High School seniors Alex Lopez, left, and Alfredo Rocha explains nano technology equipment to Secretary of Education Arne Duncan while touring of the school's new nano technology lab in Wheeling on Thursday.

       Wheeling High School seniors Alex Lopez, left, and Alfredo Rocha explains nano technology equipment to Secretary of Education Arne Duncan while touring of the school's new nano technology lab in Wheeling on Thursday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Elizabeth Torres, left, and Teddy Ritchie, right, find good reading spots in their third-grade classroom at Longfellow Elementary in Wheaton. It is one of the schools that saw the smallest point decrease in the percent of students who meet or exceed state standards in the first year the cutoff score to qualify as meeting standards was raised.

       Elizabeth Torres, left, and Teddy Ritchie, right, find good reading spots in their third-grade classroom at Longfellow Elementary in Wheaton. It is one of the schools that saw the smallest point decrease in the percent of students who meet or exceed state standards in the first year the cutoff score to qualify as meeting standards was raised.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Two-year-old Justin Gruszczynksi, of Round Lake Beach, dressed as Elmo and collected some goodies during Grayslake's business Trick or Treat event in downtown on Saturday.

       Two-year-old Justin Gruszczynksi, of Round Lake Beach, dressed as Elmo and collected some goodies during Grayslake's business Trick or Treat event in downtown on Saturday.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Antioch resident Katie Graziano wipes down books in the College of Lake County Children's Learning Center Saturday during the Make a Difference Day in Grayslake. Graziano is also a student at the college.

       Antioch resident Katie Graziano wipes down books in the College of Lake County Children's Learning Center Saturday during the Make a Difference Day in Grayslake. Graziano is also a student at the college.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Phil Cecil, right, hauls away leaves raked by Carol Honeywell, left, at Adams Park in downtown Wheaton. The Wheaton residents participated in Make a Difference Day.

       Phil Cecil, right, hauls away leaves raked by Carol Honeywell, left, at Adams Park in downtown Wheaton. The Wheaton residents participated in Make a Difference Day.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Sara Wolfe, 3, of Batavia, wore a Minnie Mouse costume to Batavia's BatFest, and is ready to roll her pumpkin down Houston Street in the Pumpkin Roll contest on Saturday. For $1 a roll, participants could see how far their pumpkin could roll down the hill without smashing. Pumpkins could be purchased from Boy Scout Troop 6 or participants could bring their own pumpkins. This is the first year Sara has been at the festival.

       Sara Wolfe, 3, of Batavia, wore a Minnie Mouse costume to Batavia's BatFest, and is ready to roll her pumpkin down Houston Street in the Pumpkin Roll contest on Saturday. For $1 a roll, participants could see how far their pumpkin could roll down the hill without smashing. Pumpkins could be purchased from Boy Scout Troop 6 or participants could bring their own pumpkins. This is the first year Sara has been at the festival.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Zombie Emily Finger of Naperville searches for victims during the Zombie Outbreak Dash, held at Bartlett Nature Center, James "Pate" Phillip State Park in Bartlett Saturday.

       Zombie Emily Finger of Naperville searches for victims during the Zombie Outbreak Dash, held at Bartlett Nature Center, James "Pate" Phillip State Park in Bartlett Saturday.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Elgin Police Chief Jeff Swoboda knocks down Aurora Police Chief Greg Thomas Sunday night at the 2nd Annual Tuition Knockout police boxing event in Aurora. The Main Event featured the two chiefs while earlier events featured other officers and investigators and officials.

       Elgin Police Chief Jeff Swoboda knocks down Aurora Police Chief Greg Thomas Sunday night at the 2nd Annual Tuition Knockout police boxing event in Aurora. The Main Event featured the two chiefs while earlier events featured other officers and investigators and officials.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Kyler dressed as a pincushion and his owner Denise Gul, of Carol Stream, participate in the Carol Stream Park District's Howl'oween Dog Parade Sunday.

       Kyler dressed as a pincushion and his owner Denise Gul, of Carol Stream, participate in the Carol Stream Park District's Howl'oween Dog Parade Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Paul, left, joins the Hoffman Estates Cheer Gems as they perform during the grand opening of GiGi's Playhouse National Achievement Center in Hoffman Estates Sunday. The awareness and resource center provides programs for children and adults with Down syndrome.

       Paul, left, joins the Hoffman Estates Cheer Gems as they perform during the grand opening of GiGi's Playhouse National Achievement Center in Hoffman Estates Sunday. The awareness and resource center provides programs for children and adults with Down syndrome.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Dressed as a pilot, two-year-old Great Dane Emma, patiently waits for the 2nd annual pet parade to start Sunday in Geneva. The parade and costume contest is sponsored by Niche Restaurant in Geneva to benefit the Anderson Animal Shelter in South Elgin. More than $1,200 was raised. Emma and her three-year-old sister Millie were both dressed as pilots and are owned by Steve and Maureen Cosyns of Wayne, who own and operate Valley Air Service, Inc. of Elgin, and co-sponsored the event.

       Dressed as a pilot, two-year-old Great Dane Emma, patiently waits for the 2nd annual pet parade to start Sunday in Geneva. The parade and costume contest is sponsored by Niche Restaurant in Geneva to benefit the Anderson Animal Shelter in South Elgin. More than $1,200 was raised. Emma and her three-year-old sister Millie were both dressed as pilots and are owned by Steve and Maureen Cosyns of Wayne, who own and operate Valley Air Service, Inc. of Elgin, and co-sponsored the event.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Tom Zinschlag of Bartlett buys some military figures at the 40th annual Antiques and Collectibles Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds Sunday.

       Tom Zinschlag of Bartlett buys some military figures at the 40th annual Antiques and Collectibles Toy and Doll Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Casting Director for background actors, Bill Marinella, right, talks with some of those interested in background rolls in the the NBC TV show Chicago PD during an open casting call for extras Sunday at Shooting Star Studios in St. Charles.

       Casting Director for background actors, Bill Marinella, right, talks with some of those interested in background rolls in the the NBC TV show Chicago PD during an open casting call for extras Sunday at Shooting Star Studios in St. Charles.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 

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