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  On behalf of the Palatine letter carriers, I would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who volunteered or donated in the letter carrier food drive.

Palatine letter carriers grateful for donations

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:10 PM

  Scholars from the Harvard Business School and Tufts University's department of psychology recently confirmed the obvious in contemporary American race relations. The title of their report, "Whites See Racism as a Zero-Sum Game That They Are Now...

New direction of the bias debate

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:10 PM

  British Prime Minister David Cameron has emerged as the most admirable of anomalies: the budget-cutter as leader of conscience.

Budget cutting can have a conscience

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:10 PM

  "When remodeling your home in today's world, don't go for square footage. Go for detail." That is the philosophy of Keith Ginnodo and Kirsten Kingsley of Kingsley and Ginnodo Architects of Arlington Heights.

In remodeling, details matter as much as square footage

Updated: 6/3/2011 01:48 PM

  Q. I love reading your question-and-answer columns. I recently purchased a new-construction town house. I did all the pre-drywall walkthroughs, etc. I have one area on my main level where I can hear my neighbor and he can hear me. I can hear him go...

Home repair: Good walls make quiet neighbors

Updated: 6/3/2011 01:46 PM

  Where once bullets flew, men fell, cannon roared and army engineers toiled under great pressure, all is quiet now at Franklin's Crossing. ]It may be the most forgotten part of the Fredericksburg battlefield.

Iconic Civil War site reclaimed by nature

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:01 PM

  Vultures be regarded as messengers of death and doom, but in Asia, it is they who have suffered one of the natural world's greatest population crashes of recent times.

Vulture comeback: Rebirth among birds of death

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:01 PM

  Tim Kelly, once a runner and high school English teacher, today is the only wheelchair-bound member of a winning ice curling team.

Rockford man uses wheelchair to curl

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:00 PM

  Second-grader Gabe Huddleston's fascination with hamburger buns started in 2009 when he and his family took at tour of Tennessee Bun Co.'s bun-baking plant in Dickson, Tenn.

Second-grader an expert on hamburger buns

Updated: 6/3/2011 06:00 PM

  Celebrate "Elgin Bike to Work Week" on June 11-19. Sign up now for "Bike for Life Ride" from 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 12 along roads in rural Kane County. It is a fundraiser for school bike racks.

Plenty to do during Elgin Bike to Work Week

Updated: 6/3/2011 11:34 AM

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