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  Community volunteers are needed for the annual leaf-raking activity, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 10. The success this event enjoys reflects the strong tradition of service found in the community of West Chicago.

Call for community volunteers for West Chicago leaf-raking event

Updated: 10/4/2012 04:59 PM

  The Palatine Fire Department, as part of National Fire Prevention Week, will host its annual open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at Station 84, 220 W. Illinois Ave., Palatine.

Palatine Fire Dept. to hold open house Oct. 6

Updated: 10/4/2012 05:47 PM

  Rolling Meadows High School sophomores will learn more about mental health issues such as depression, self-injury, and alcoholism in their health classes this semester. The school health curriculum will present the "Erasing the Distance" program in...

Rolling Meadows students tackle mental health issues

Updated: 10/4/2012 05:20 PM

  The Hanover Park Police Department will host a Spanish speaking meeting of its Area Response Team from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the police headquarters community room, 2011 Lake St. Police also will discuss the department's Safe Home...

Hanover Park police to hold ART meeting in Spanish

Updated: 10/4/2012 05:20 PM

  The Libertyville Junior Woman's Club will present PumpkinFest 2012 Saturday, Oct. 13, in downtown Libertyville with Touch the Trucks, crafts and entertainment. Attendees will receive a free pumpkin in exchange for a canned food donation to the...

PumpkinFest in downtown Libertyville is kid friendly

Updated: 10/4/2012 04:09 PM

  Orders to U.S. factories fell in August, mostly because of a sharp drop in volatile aircraft orders. The decline offset an increase in orders that reflect corporate investment plans.

Factory orders fall on sharp decline in aircraft

Updated: 10/4/2012 09:17 AM

  Google is expanding its plan to cut jobs from its Motorola Mobility unit outside the U.S. and will take $390 million for severance costs and other charges related to the layoffs.The online search leader said in August that it would cut about 4,000...

GGoogle plans more cuts at Motorola outside U.S.

Updated: 10/4/2012 08:44 AM

  Thousands of teenagers who can't take their cellphones to school have another option, courtesy of a burgeoning industry of sorts in always-enterprising New York City: paying a dollar a day to leave it in a truck that's parked nearby. Students might...

A phone home: NY teens pay valets to store devices

Updated: 10/4/2012 06:38 AM

  Manufacturers need to partner more with educational institutions to close the gap of skilled workers needed to meet the increasing demands of the industry, according to experts speaking at the Daily Herald Business Ledger's Newsmakers Forum on...

Newsmakers: More partnerships needed to bridge manufacturing jobs gap

Updated: 10/4/2012 06:04 PM

  Robert Genetski, one of the nation's premier interest-rate forecasters, believes that additional economic freedom is essential in repairing the economy. Genetski did not have a lot of positive news when he spoke at the Cotillion Banquet Facility in...

Interest-rate forecaster: Economic freedom is essential

Updated: 10/4/2012 04:25 PM

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