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  The West Suburban Humane Society's mission was simpler when it began more than 40 years ago as a way to reconnect lost pets and their loving owners. But over the years, it became clear there was more work to do: Stray pets needed homes as well.

West Suburban Humane Society plans 'Paint Your Pet' fundraiser

Updated: 3/6/2013 10:00 AM

  A Wheaton letter to the editor: I found rather depressing the Feb. 17 Daily Herald story about visits to libraries being up 33 percent in 10 years, despite the fact that the popularity of digital alternatives is exploding.

Libraries, don't forsake printed word

Updated: 2/28/2013 09:55 AM

  An Elmhurst letter to the editor: Every poll contends that Obama is the chief culprit in preventing Americans from getting reasonable oil prices.

Why pay billions for foreign oil?

Updated: 2/28/2013 09:55 AM

  An Addison letter to the editor: Red light cameras aren't installed for our protection, but rather as a cheap source of revenue for our government. Since the red light cameras have been installed, more accidents have occurred because people don't...

Red light cameras don't serve people

Updated: 2/28/2013 09:55 AM

  A St. Charles letter to the editor: Tax increases and/or elimination of tax loop holes are essential in an effort to reduce the deficit. It has to be a balanced effort of reducing spending and increasing revenues (taxes).

Time for wealthy to pay fair share

Updated: 2/28/2013 10:52 AM

  March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and the Illinois Lottery is joining in the activities to mark the occasion.

Illinois lottery calls for responsible gambling

Updated: 3/1/2013 05:39 AM

  An Illinois child care center has agreed to pay $31,000 to settle a pregnancy discrimination case brought by the federal government.

Child care center settles pregnancy bias case

Updated: 3/1/2013 05:39 AM

  MADISON, Wis. - Registration on Wisconsin's no-call list designed to block telemarketers would not need to be renewed every two years as proposed under a bill Republican lawmakers are preparing to introduce.

Lawmakers propose making no-call list permanent

Updated: 3/1/2013 05:38 AM

  MADISON, Wis. - State utility regulators are planning a free seminar to help attorneys and the public understand their procedures.

Wisconsin PSC to offer session on procedures

Updated: 3/1/2013 05:38 AM

  MADISON, Wis. - State revenue officials say sales of $30 scratch-off lottery tickets are doing well in other states, so why not add it in Wisconsin?

$30 Wisconsin scratch-off lottery ticket likely

Updated: 3/1/2013 05:38 AM

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