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Metropolis' total village funding could exceed $5 millionIf Arlington Heights approves Metropolis's request for $450,000, it will push the village's financial involvement with the performing arts center to more than $5 million in the last decade, according to village documents. But “that level of funding couldn't continue forever,” the village's finance director said. “This isn't something we could continue without finding an alternative revenue source.”Last Updated Sep 30, 2014 12:34 PM
Female jockey punches another at ArlingtonUpdated Sep 29, 2014 5:12 PM
Two female jockeys ended their season with a bang — or rather a swing , at Arlington Park racetrack Friday, police said.
Tylenol case in local police’s hands one year: Where they’re atUpdated Sep 29, 2014 5:04 PM
A year after the FBI turned the Tylenol murder investigation over to local authorities, suburban police said they have no new leads on the now 32-year-old probe into who is responsible for the deaths of seven people who took cyanide-laces pills in the 1980s. “As long as a case is active, I’m always optimistic about a case being solved,” Arlington Heights police Capt. Mike Hernandez said.
Cardinals flock to former Arlington High School, celebrate 214’s centennialUpdated Sep 27, 2014 4:33 PM
A sea of red flowed through the halls of Christian Liberty Academy Saturday as Arlington High School alumni and friends of North Suburban High School District 214 returned to the site of the district’s first high school to launch its centennial celebrations.
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- Sentimental summer gathering of sorority sisters enjoys lunch at Blackfinn. Alumnae members of Northwest Suburban Alumnae Club plan philanthropic events and social gatherings. Since 1961, Alpha Gam women have shared a common goal to contribute to the world's work in their community. Front row L to R: Bonnie Everhard, Barbara Benson, Nancy Clauser, Sandra Enright. Back row L to R : Pat Smith, Mary Herther, Barbara Willmarth, Kay Bradley, Louann Lawson, Reta Holmgren, Cherrie Wickstrom, Sue Rogers. Pat Smith, Alpha Gamma Delta Publicity Chair
- Roger and Betty Chindberg, 57-year residents of Wheeling, celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on May 7th. Roger is retired from the Village of Arlington Heights where he worked in the water department. Betty is retired from School District 214 were she spent 21 years working in Wheeling High School cafeteria, and just recently at the age of 81 stopped working part time at Dovemuehle Mortgage. Their daughters Kelly Chindberg, Tracy (Frank) Witkus and Rory Chindberg are planning a party for them on the 10th of May. Their grandchildren, Gabriel Witkus and Beau (Alison) Witkus and three great grandchildren, Trinity, Christopher and Adalynn are all excited to be decorating and sharing the wonderful day with them. Tracy Witkus
- Claire Froehlicher (age 9) worked with school administrators for over a year to host a school-wide walk to raise money for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Over $6,100 was raised. Over 500 students and staff "walked a mile for JDRF" submitting paper shoes with the names of every donor that sponsored their walk. Colleen Froehlicher
- Claire Froehlicher (age 9) and Meagan Froehlicher (age 19) stand in front of the wall of shoes after a successful walk to raise money for JDRF was held at Ivy Hill Elementary School. Claire worked with school administrators for more than a year to make this walk happen. Raising funds for JDRF is important to Claire as her older sister has been living with type 1 diabetes for over 8 years Colleen Froehlicher
- Dan Serrano of Barrington was just one of many Harper students to stop by the National Save a Life Tour in the College's Student Center April 2. The tour's state-of-the-art simulators recreate the experience of driving under the influence of alcohol and driving while texting in an effort to make students aware of the dangers of high risk behavior. This event was sponsored by Campus Activities Board. Harper College News Bureau
This photo was taken after the AHYAA Boys Baseball Majors Championship game at Melas Park on July 10, 2013. The Dodger beat the Royals 5-4 in an exciting extra-inning ballgame that was very well-played by both teams.
Front Row: Marty Davis, Dan Kane, Sean Collins
Second Row: Jimmy Hogan, Tim, Drake, Eli Walter, Sota Kawaguchi, Connor Smith, Matthew Filippelli, Sean McHugh, Victor Tavera, Kevin Faghir
Back Row: Coaches Ralph Filippelli, Mike McHugh
Not pictured: Dan Ryerson Tommy Kawaguchi
- Archadeck of Chicagoland owner David Berryhill (L) discusses building plans with a member of his crew at the "Dream Backyard Makeover" contest winner's home in Palatine. They were selected as one of the second place winners from more than 2,000 submissions in the national contest sponsored by Archadeck Outdoor Living, Belgard Hardscapes and TimberTech. The Hall family received a $7,000 backyard transformation. Archadeck of Chicagoland officially began construction for the project earlier this week. Launched in February, the contest offered families the chance to win a backyard makeover by submitting a photo and a 200-word description of why their outdoor living area needed it most. Archadeck of Chicagoland
- State Rep. David Harris and Mayor Tom Hayes, both surrounded by the Village of Arlington Heights, cut the ribbon on the new Arlington Heights McDonald's julie travers
- Volunteers helped pets created one-of-a-kind pieces of paw art at Clearbrook's first annual Raise the Woof Pet Festival on Saturday, September 13 at Melas Park in Mount Prospect. Clearbrook
- Saint Alphonsus recently held their family campout in the field behind the school. A bonfire, s'mores, balloon launching and an outdoor movie were just some of the fun events held on a beautiful evening. Hamburgers and hotdogs were also grilled for the many hungry campers.
- Before a round of golf at famous Bandon Dunes Resort in Oregon, I took an early morning walk and came upon this footpath to the beach. August 26, 2013. Richard Ruebe
- Saint Mary BG Preschool thru 2nd graders line up on decorated bicycles to parade around the football field prior to homecoming games. Leading the way is Colton Schwabe (Arlington Heights) Lisa Schawbe
- Bloom Salon welcomes Mayor Mulder and the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce. Left to right: Trustee Mike Sidor, Stylist Robyn Rego, Stylist Giselle Hilgert, Stylist/ Salon Director Kariann Christensen, Stylist/Education Director Lisa Binder, Owner Barbara Hoffman, Mayor Arlene J. Mulder, Chamber of Commerce President Cliff Higley, Esthetician Tiffany Atchison, and Stylist Rachel Schaeflein Jessica Schaeflein
- Clydesdales in Arlington Rick Kinsella
- Daisy Mudge Ligenza, 6, the Ligenza family cat, was quite laidback about the idea of her friendly visitor. No butterflies were harmed in the talking of this picture! Jessie Ligenza
- The 8th grade girls Hersey Huskies feeder team won the Northern Illinois Girls Feeder Association chamionship this season. The team's 3 year league record was 70 - 1. k. burnetti
"Chicken sighting in Arlington Heights backyard!"
My cat, Simon, interacting through the window with a chicken which somehow wandered into my backyard! We have no idea where she came from! Holly Gill
- Children at Kingswood Preschool plant flowers and vegetables outside in the garden. One of many "hands on" opportunities offered throughout the school year and summer camp. Laura Kopk
- Christian Liberty Academy team praying before the game Eileen Glad
- 2012-13 Christian Liberty's 1st Baseball Regional Win!! 5-18-13 6-0. Winning pitcher, only pitcher Senior David Colbert. Team won this together. Great plays by Aaron Karr, Shawn Andersen, Juan Pagan, Aaron Cunningham and last out caught by Brendan Brosnan. David did an awesome job pitching and catching line drives at the mount. Freshman Tim Laskowski, Peter Grob and Jimmy Calkins thanks for getting on base in order to score. Aaron Karr, Shawn Andersen, way to move our players on the bases with your great hits-triples and doubles and Daniel Glad and JD for your great catches. This was definitely a team playing together to win the victory. Eileen Glad
- Congregation Beth Am of Buffalo Grove dedicates its new home.
- Congregation Beth Am of Buffalo Grove Volunteers to bring Rosh Hashanah food to those in need JV Springman
- On Yom Kippur, Jews choose to observe a fast from food. While members of Congregation Beth Am choose to fast, members also work together to help those who fast because they have no choice. Annual Yom Kippur food drive is a success thanks to the donations of Beth Am's many members. In this picture, Beth Am Congregant Carly Springman helps collect the bags. Rabbi Richard Prass
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