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  • PADS guests from left, James Banks Jr., Jerome Bishop. and Christopher Thompson, share a laugh while playing cards and keeping warm Monday morning at the shelter in North Chicago.

       PADS guests from left, James Banks Jr., Jerome Bishop. and Christopher Thompson, share a laugh while playing cards and keeping warm Monday morning at the shelter in North Chicago.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • A sun dog is seen over the Jane Addams tollway in Arlington Heights on Monday morning. Sundogs are caused by sunlight passing through ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.

       A sun dog is seen over the Jane Addams tollway in Arlington Heights on Monday morning. Sundogs are caused by sunlight passing through ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.
    Jeff Knox | Staff Photographer

  • The Huntley Library is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Here 19-month-old Zoe Peters of Huntley works to identify animals on a library computer.

       The Huntley Library is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Here 19-month-old Zoe Peters of Huntley works to identify animals on a library computer.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Meredith Parmele, 7, of Crystal Lake, peers out from behind her hand-colored triceratops mask as she and other children join in a dinosaur parade during a dinosaur-themed Super Saturday event for kindergarten and first graders at Algonquin Public Library. Several of the kids let loose and roared and stomped like the ancient creatures during the parade after they learned all about dinos in the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

       Meredith Parmele, 7, of Crystal Lake, peers out from behind her hand-colored triceratops mask as she and other children join in a dinosaur parade during a dinosaur-themed Super Saturday event for kindergarten and first graders at Algonquin Public Library. Several of the kids let loose and roared and stomped like the ancient creatures during the parade after they learned all about dinos in the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff Photographer

  • Sue Czech and her son Louis work quickly Monday to get new letters up on the Community Events board outside the old village hall building in downtown Algonquin. They picked the date weeks ago to change the sign, advertising the Shamrock Shave fundraiser at St. Margaret Mary parish, not knowing they would be out working in brutal below-zero temperatures. Mercifully for them, the sign and it's cover provided shelter from the wind while they worked. The Czech family lives in Algonquin.

       Sue Czech and her son Louis work quickly Monday to get new letters up on the Community Events board outside the old village hall building in downtown Algonquin. They picked the date weeks ago to change the sign, advertising the Shamrock Shave fundraiser at St. Margaret Mary parish, not knowing they would be out working in brutal below-zero temperatures. Mercifully for them, the sign and it's cover provided shelter from the wind while they worked. The Czech family lives in Algonquin.
    Christopher Hankins | Staff Photographer

  • Nearly everyone will agree with what Aquascape in St. Charles has to say on its sign, "BRRR".

       Nearly everyone will agree with what Aquascape in St. Charles has to say on its sign, "BRRR".
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Cold temperatures bring out a sundog that can seen behind the DuPage Airport Flight Center and control tower in West Chicago.

       Cold temperatures bring out a sundog that can seen behind the DuPage Airport Flight Center and control tower in West Chicago.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Greg Zanis, of Aurora, carries a white cross to the Eola Road bridge, for I-88 crash victim Vincent Petrella, who was a tollway employee working the scene of a disabled truck.

      Greg Zanis, of Aurora, carries a white cross to the Eola Road bridge, for I-88 crash victim Vincent Petrella, who was a tollway employee working the scene of a disabled truck.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Alejandro Galbraith jumps as high as possible Friday during Longfellow School's Jump Rope for Heart program in Wheaton.

       Alejandro Galbraith jumps as high as possible Friday during Longfellow School's Jump Rope for Heart program in Wheaton.
    Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • Barry Rothblum, right, joins forces with his next-door neighbors Carol and Robert Chubb on Islington Lane in Schaumburg, as they dig out Saturday morning.

       Barry Rothblum, right, joins forces with his next-door neighbors Carol and Robert Chubb on Islington Lane in Schaumburg, as they dig out Saturday morning.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Mail carrier Bernie Szostak deliveries mail on her route on the west side of Mundelein on Saturday.

       Mail carrier Bernie Szostak deliveries mail on her route on the west side of Mundelein on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Jeff Leach, of Aurora, slides down Rotary Hill in Naperville with his sons Caleb, 3, and Noah, 2, as another round of snow makes its way through the suburbs.

       Jeff Leach, of Aurora, slides down Rotary Hill in Naperville with his sons Caleb, 3, and Noah, 2, as another round of snow makes its way through the suburbs.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • A group of 11 golfers hit the links at Springbrook Golf Course in Naperville as part of a 28 year tradition to golf on Super Bowl Sunday.

       A group of 11 golfers hit the links at Springbrook Golf Course in Naperville as part of a 28 year tradition to golf on Super Bowl Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Mary Grace Golden, 14, of Batavia, finishes first in the woman's division of the Geneva Park District's 4th annual Super Shuffle 5K race on Sunday.

       Mary Grace Golden, 14, of Batavia, finishes first in the woman's division of the Geneva Park District's 4th annual Super Shuffle 5K race on Sunday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Woodstock Willie is held up for the crowd by animal wrangler Mark Szafran, as Willie disappointed the crowd of hundreds by seeing his shadow, which means six more weeks of winter.

       Woodstock Willie is held up for the crowd by animal wrangler Mark Szafran, as Willie disappointed the crowd of hundreds by seeing his shadow, which means six more weeks of winter.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Colin Graveen, 5, of Bolingbrook, samples some chocolate at the Morton Arboretum's Chocolate Expo and Market.

       Colin Graveen, 5, of Bolingbrook, samples some chocolate at the Morton Arboretum's Chocolate Expo and Market.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 

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