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  It is an appropriate time of year to begin preparations for winter holidays. No need for a sizzling email to complain that it is too early for decorations! That’s not what I’m thinking about. Rather, I’m mulling over sleeping...

Getting ready for the winter holidays

Updated: 10/19/2015 03:26 PM

  Be committed to the fact that in a small home, you must periodically and consistently organize. Maybe it is simply organized chaos, but if a viewer cannot move past the initial impression of too much clutter, no matter what you do, the space will be...

Organize your clutter into a thing of beauty

Updated: 3/11/2016 05:53 PM

  A Libertyville letter to the editor: Bob Bednar is the conservative choice for state House District 51.

Vote for true conservative in Dist. 51

Updated: 3/7/2014 03:10 PM

  Columnist Jim Slusher: Few things are more gratifying to us than a lead like this one that appeared in our Wednesday editions: “After an outpouring of community support, the (Deicke home for adults with disabilities) is expected to remain open...

Stories highlight more than a single agency’s need

Updated: 3/7/2014 03:23 PM

  Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 board members Thursday issued a letter of reprimand to Superintendent Andy DuRoss and called for his five-year contract to be renegotiated two days after he pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving.

Dist. 54 reprimands DuRoss, will renegotiate contract

Updated: 3/7/2014 02:15 PM

  One person is dead after a house fire in Woodstock, officials confirmed on Thursday night. Firefighters responded to the 500 block of Kimball Avenue around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, said Woodstock Fire Captain Michael Hill.

One dead in Woodstock fire

Updated: 3/6/2014 10:39 PM

  Alan Stoeckel has been named the new chief of the Palatine Police Department, the village announced Thursday. Stoeckel, a 29-year veteran of the department and currently deputy chief of operations, will replace retiring Chief John Koziol.

Palatine chooses new police chief

Updated: 3/6/2014 06:30 PM

  A judge has dismissed a $15 million federal lawsuit that McHenry County State's Attorney Lou Bianchi filed against a special prosecutor who twice indicted him on misconduct charges. Bianchi was acquitted twice in 2011, and he vowed to continue...

Bianchi vows to fight on after $15 million federal lawsuit dismissed

Updated: 3/7/2014 11:14 AM

  A Roselle man accused of sexually abusing a pet peacock that was later found dead in his garage has pleaded guilty to an animal cruelty charge. David Beckmann, also pleaded guilty on Thursday to battery, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and...

Roselle man admits to animal cruelty in death of pet peacock

Updated: 3/7/2014 11:49 AM

  It’s only about a week before suburbanites can sink their teeth into Mexican-inspired food from a new eatery that, thanks to “Food Court Wars,” recently won a rent-free space at Spring Hill Mall. The two-man team that makes up...

‘Food Court Wars’ eatery opens next week in W. Dundee

Updated: 3/6/2014 07:36 PM

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