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  Before spring truly arrives, I wanted to squeeze in just one more recipe for roasted butternut squash. It's because roasting does such wonderful things to squash. It caramelizes the natural sugars, making the vegetable deliciously sweet.

Egg-topped roasted squash bridges winter to summer

Updated: 4/24/2014 12:23 PM

  There's an important message Pearl Gannon hopes to get across to every person she meets in the next year: “I am just as human as you are.” The 27-year-old Lombard native is using her new title as Ms. Wheelchair Illinois to fulfill two...

Lombard native to use Ms. Wheelchair Illinois title to advocate for disability education

Updated: 4/23/2014 01:51 PM

  Poverty in our community can be alleviated. Find out how we can develop a systemic approach to ending poverty at a special worksop designed to bring together community members to "Understand Poverty through New Lenses". This workshop is Saturday,...

Workshop to discuss how to eliminate poverty

Updated: 4/28/2014 03:00 PM

  A Daily Herald editorial implores Fox River enthusiasts to learn about the dangers of low-head dams in the wake of a recent death in Geneva.

Editorial: Dams like Geneva’s are constant danger

Updated: 4/22/2014 03:21 PM

  An Elk Grove Village letter to the editor: We live in a world today in which it’s not what you do or what your character amounts to. It’s what your (known) bank account amounts to. It’s how much money a few individuals can spend...

Don’t let the ‘1%’ take reins of government

Updated: 4/22/2014 01:37 PM

  An Arlington Heights letter to the editor: Charter schools will always have my support, here, there and everywhere in this country. Bless all the folks who took it upon themselves to start all the children on the right foot for learning, and for...

A positive experience with charter schools

Updated: 4/22/2014 01:37 PM

  Columnist Michael Gerson: Some global threats come from leaders intoxicated by sovereignty. But other threats and suffering emerge in the voids and gaps of sovereignty, which require our sustained attention as well.

Where the only rule is terror

Updated: 4/22/2014 12:23 PM

  Columnist Richard Cohen: It's clear that the Russia of Gorbachev and Yeltsin is gone and something new and yet familiar has taken its place. The Obama administration recognizes the new reality and is appropriately dusting off Cold War playbooks.

Familiar parallels in Ukraine

Updated: 4/22/2014 08:29 AM

  A Libertyville letter to the editor: I saw in the Daily Herald of April 16 that the Prairie Crossing Charter School was criticized and threatened for lack of diversity by commission member Milton Wharton, who voted against the school charter renewal.

Political correctness threatens school

Updated: 4/22/2014 01:37 PM

  Stephen Colbert, who will take over for a retiring David Letterman on CBS’ “Late Show” next year, revealed Tuesday that he almost worked for Letterman — twice. Colbert, the Comedy Central host, visited the “Late...

Letterman gets visit from his successor, Colbert

Updated: 4/23/2014 06:41 AM

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