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  The Naperville Woman's Club has petitioned the city for their 112-year-old building to achieve local landmark status. The petition comes before the city council Tuesday.

Naperville club seeking landmark status

Updated: 6/21/2011 03:54 PM

  The Indian Trails Public Library District has hired Miriam Pollack + Associates to help in its search for a new library director. The district will pay the Northbrook firm $14,000 for its services, as well as up to $4,000 in expenses.

Indian Trails hires search firm to help find new director

Updated: 6/21/2011 03:32 PM

  The northwest suburban Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 311 will host a Flag Tag fundraiser Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 24-26, at the Wheeling Sam's Club, on Elmhurst Road just east of Lake-Cook Road.

Vietnam veterans fundraiser in Wheeling

Updated: 6/21/2011 03:31 PM

  More than 750 people turned out Saturday for the Schaumburg Park Foundation's Solstice Hop and Vine Fest, a beer and wine tasting event to benefit renovations to the nature museum at Spring Valley.

Schaumburg Hop and Vine Fest a success, organizers say

Updated: 6/21/2011 03:30 PM

  Black may seem like a common color, but any Corvette enthusiast knows it is the rarest color for America's sports car. On Saturday, 23 black Corvettes will be available for purchase at the Mecum Bloomington Gold Auction. The auction is part of...

Back to black; vintage color highlights Corvette show

Updated: 6/21/2011 03:12 PM

  Mount Prospect will host its first "Friday on the Green" Friday, June 24, featuring Diving for Dynamite.

Mount Prospect to host 'Friday on the Green'

Updated: 6/21/2011 01:48 PM

  Readers offer advice while columnist takes time off.

Try new approach to talking with teen

Updated: 6/21/2011 02:47 PM

  A judge Tuesday acquitted a 33-year-old Elgin man of intentionally setting fire to his parents' home in November 2009 while his then-2-year-old son was inside. But Judge Timothy Sheldon found James R. Beavers Jr. guilty of felony arson for burning...

Split verdict in 2009 Elgin arson case

Updated: 6/21/2011 01:40 PM

  It's never too late to reinvent yourself, as demonstrated by Batavia resident Mike Eckblade, who recently opened A New Dog, a pet grooming, boarding and daycare facility in Geneva.

Fondness for pets leads to new career

Updated: 6/21/2011 12:22 PM

  John Moravec, of Elgin, started collecting firefighter memorabilia more than 25 years ago. His stepfather was a police officer in the Lyons, Ill., department, which gave Moravec plenty of contact with the local fire station and ignited his interest.

A passion for fire department memorabilia

Updated: 6/21/2011 12:19 PM

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