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  If you are an Arlington Heights employer who willingly hires people with disabilities, you may be in line for the village's Disability Employment Awareness Award. Nominations are due Sept. 2 for the 2011 award, which will be presented in October.

Nominate Arlington Hts. employers who hire disabled

Updated: 8/19/2011 12:37 PM

  Based on the recommendation of the Rotary Foundation Scholarship Committee, the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club recently awarded two $3,000 scholarships to Bruce Whitman and Nicholas Amatangelo.

St. Charles Noon Rotary hands out scholarships

Updated: 8/19/2011 09:23 AM

  As a special Tom & Eddie's birthday event titled "Burgers and Badges," uniformed officers from the Geneva Police Department will serve customers from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, at Tom & Eddie's in Geneva Commons.

Geneva police will serve burgers at Tom & Eddie's

Updated: 8/19/2011 09:21 AM

  Rebuilding Together Aurora, a local nonprofit that provides home repair assistance to low-income families, has teamed with the city of Aurora to help Aurora homeowners make their homes more energy efficient.

Nonprofit group helps Aurora homeowners be energy efficient

Updated: 8/19/2011 09:22 AM

  Percussionist Ron Orland of North Aurora recently retired from the Aurora American Legion Post No. 84 band after playing 50 years.

Percussionist retires from Aurora American Legion band

Updated: 8/19/2011 09:20 AM

  On Monday, Aug. 22, community members from southeastern McHenry County will discuss effective ways to share information with the public on how to help protect local streams, lakes, and groundwater resources needed for drinking water supply.

McHenry meeting looks at watershed action plan

Updated: 8/19/2011 09:21 AM

  The five cuckoos were fitted with the tags which look like miniature backpacks before they began their migration in July, bound from eastern England to southern Africa. Four of them have already crossed the Sahara, while the fifth has stopped off in...

Scientists clock progress of migrating cuckoos

Updated: 8/19/2011 09:38 AM

  A federal jury has awarded $333,000 to a family whose dog was killed by Chicago police during a drug raid.

$333,000 award to family whose dog was killed by Chicago police

Updated: 8/19/2011 12:16 PM

  Most people can only imagine what it feels like to barrel through the air in a T-34 Mentor airplane, banking left and right sharply and diving in formation. But one recent Glenbard South grad will be able to look up and say, “I was in that...

Glen Ellyn teen gets air show preview from inside plane

Updated: 8/19/2011 06:00 AM

  Elgin Area School District U-46 parents shared concerns at Bartlett High School over new routes that will force high school students to walk up to 1.5 miles to a bus stop. "The concern is that there is going to be a lot of kids over there with no...

U-46 parent on bus routes: 'It is stupidity'

Updated: 8/19/2011 04:57 AM

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