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  One day after making only 2 of 11 free throws in a loss to Lake Park, it was accuracy at the charity stripe that helped Addison Trail's girls basketball team earn its first win in the West Suburban Gold. The Blazers' game-ending 11-0 run in the...

Foul line improvement serves Addison Trail

Updated: 1/4/2014 08:14 PM

  They say records in sports can be deceiving. But in the case of Libertyville wrestling coach Dale Eggert, reaching the 500-win milestone Saturday at Schaumburg was done the old-fashioned way. He and his Wildcats earned their trio of victories.

Libertyville's Eggert gets career win No. 500

Updated: 1/4/2014 07:46 PM

  Playing on the road has almost become the norm for the Lakes boys basketball team, which has had only one home game so far. This young Eagles team is getting more and more comfortable with their wandering ways, though. Lakes got its first win in the...

Lakes takes winning show on the road

Updated: 1/4/2014 07:31 PM

  The last few seconds of the third quarter were a perfect example of why the Benet girls basketball team beat host Lockport 59-45 Saturday to open 2014.

Board work pays dividends for Benet

Updated: 1/4/2014 07:18 PM

  The new year brings an opportunity for all government entities to recommit to finding waste and inefficiencies, a Daily Herald editorial says.

Editorial: Resolve to end waste in government

Updated: 1/2/2014 05:28 PM

  An Arlington Heights letter to the editor: I've always believed that primaries were more important than the general election. In every general election so many voters stay away using the excuse that their choice is between bad and worse. The primary...

Primary election deserves more news space

Updated: 1/2/2014 05:24 PM

  Guest columnist Shaan Khan: Home is where the heart lies, but in recent weeks, some Indian-Americans have begun questioning their hearts and loosening ties with their ancestral home. Like those in other immigrant communities in the United States,...

A changing perspective for Indian-Americans

Updated: 1/2/2014 05:23 PM

  A Wood Dale letter to the editor: Can the current administration in Washington really believe what they stated to the world regarding Kerry's agreement with Iran? Netanyahu of Israel correctly identifies this deal as a "historic mistake."

Kerry's deal with Iran is worthless

Updated: 1/2/2014 10:48 AM

  A Sleepy Hollow letter to the editor: Thank you to the voters of West Dundee for electing a village board that has voted to get rid of the blight of open space between Route 72 and Binnie Road, east of Randall Road.

Getting rid of the blight of open space

Updated: 1/2/2014 10:48 AM

  Which styles and colors will we be seeing in furniture showrooms - and, ultimately, homes - in the months ahead? One reliable barometer is the High Point Market, the giant home furnishings trade show held twice a year in High Point, N.C.

For furniture, gray is the new beige

Updated: 1/2/2014 10:01 AM

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