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  Big Noise Theatre Company, celebrating their 10th anniversary of presenting live entertainment at the Prairie Lakes Theater in Des Plaines, presents "Butterflies Are Free" as its second production of the 2011-­12 season. Performances will be held...

Big Noise Theatre presents 'Butterflies Are Free' in Des Plaines

Updated: 1/9/2012 10:58 AM

  North Central College is inviting aspiring artists and entrepreneurs to a free panel discussion Thursday, Jan. 19, on "Making it in the Arts." Attendees will learn what it takes to make a living in the arts from a panel of visual, performing,...

Panel to offer tips on making it as an artist

Updated: 1/9/2012 10:55 AM

  The Elgin Human Relations Commission, along with the Dr. King Celebration Committee, recently announced the winners of the 2012 Humanitarian Awards, which will be presented during the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, Jan.

Elgin's standout humanitarians lauded at prayer breakfast

Updated: 1/9/2012 06:54 AM

  Adventist GlenOaks Hospital recently implemented a new system for administering medication to patients. The process, called Medication Positive Patient Identification, greatly reduces the possibility of a medication or dosing error in a hospital.

GlenOaks institutes new medication tracking system

Updated: 1/9/2012 06:42 AM

  Kim Ima, entrepreneurial baking queen and owner of the New York City mobile bakery sensation, The Treats Truck, will present her recently released "The Treats Truck Baking Book" at the Aspen Drive Library in Vernon Hills on Jan. 25.

Baking queen coming to Aspen Drive library

Updated: 1/9/2012 06:40 AM

  Harper College joined other community colleges last month in Washington D.C., arguing that research grants are a valuable tool for colleges. students and the scientific research community.

Harper makes case for community college research grants

Updated: 1/9/2012 06:39 AM

  A Daily Herald editorial says efforts to walk in others' shoes can build important bridges of understanding.

Breaking barriers at the barber shop

Updated: 1/6/2012 06:44 PM

  Letter to the editor: Streamwood Trustee Mary Thon is proud of Commander Randall Hart of the Streamwood Police Department and the Streamwood Neighborhood Watch groups, who worked hard to provide Christmas cheer to local families that needed help.

Streamwood's spirit of charity on display

Updated: 1/6/2012 06:44 PM

  Letter to the editor: Antonella Iacoviello says she doesn't know how she can afford to stay in Schaumburg if the taxes don't stoip rising. "Solutions to our overspending problems must come from leadership," she challenges."Stop increasing our...

Schaumburg taxes rising out of sight

Updated: 1/6/2012 06:44 PM

  Letter to the editor: Trudy Hoyer of Palatine objects to the Daily Herald recounting the top crime stories of 2011 on the day after Christmas. "The families and friends of both victims and perpetrators must see their agony redisplayed, on the day...

Recounting crimes unnecessarily cruel

Updated: 1/6/2012 06:44 PM

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