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  Grant High School District 124 Superintendent John Benedetti will retire next year, ending an 18-year run which saw unprecendent growth in the district.

Grant superintendent retiring after 17 years

Updated: 5/9/2011 11:59 AM

  The Bethany Arts Series will close its ninth season with "Baroque and Blue," a concert of baroque music for flutes and harpsichord, at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 15, at Bethany Lutheran Church, 76 W. Crystal Lake Ave., Crystal Lake.

'Baroque and Blue' in Crystal Lake

Updated: 5/8/2011 09:06 AM

  Before Monday's Mid-Suburban League softball game with visiting Barrington, Conant coach CathyAnn Smith had a message for her first-place Cougars. "We told them that this was the start of the second round of conference and that teams would be...

Conant gets its message across

Updated: 5/9/2011 10:01 PM

  As an incoming freshman, Lisa Semro marveled at the teamwork the Cary-Grove softball team displayed. Semro was an integral part of a team effort in which every player scored or batted a run in as the Trojans downed Huntley 10-6 Monday in Huntley

Cary-Grove FVC Valley champ

Updated: 5/9/2011 09:37 PM

  Spurred by 3 unanswered goals in the first half - including a pair just 60 seconds apart from sophomore Amanda Kaiser - visiting Benet swept away host St. Viator 5-1 Monday afternoon to help keep its slim ESCC hopes alive and all but end the Lions'...

Kaiser's quick strikes boost Benet past St. Viator

Updated: 5/9/2011 08:29 PM

  Students graduating from the growing ranks of online high schools are running into a hurdle if their goal is to join the military: The Pentagon doesn't want many recruits with non-traditional diplomas.

Cyber-school students: Pentagon snubs our service

Updated: 5/9/2011 07:19 AM

  When Xaysanit “Ko” Norasith moved to Elgin, Ping Pong was his sport. He was about 15 years old and a regular at Ping Pong tournaments, continuing with the sport he loved growing up in Laos. Then Norasith found tennis, and it changed his...

Elgin athlete helps teach kids his favorite sport

Updated: 5/10/2011 02:27 PM

  Legislators representing Arlington Heights and nearby towns would like the village board to take a stand on whether slot machines and video gambling should be allowed at the Arlington Park racetrack.

Lawmakers to Arlington Hts.: Take stand on slots

Updated: 5/10/2011 08:48 AM

  Thanks to a $340,000 gift from a Burr Ridge family, the Robert Crown Center for Health Education is developing a program to stop the growing trend of heroin use and death across the Chicago area.

Family, Hinsdale center take on heroin

Updated: 5/10/2011 02:25 PM

  If Wheeling's Haley Reinhart advances into the top three on "American Idol" this week, she'll be back in the suburbs for a parade and party in Wheeling and a mini-concert at Arlington Park.

Wheeling ready to host new ‘Idol' party

Updated: 5/10/2011 12:05 PM

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