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  Students at Liberty Elementary School in Bartlett earned more than $500 for their school by collecting thousands of recyclable items.

Recycling part of culture at Bartlett school

Updated: 5/11/2011 05:27 PM

  Cook County Judge Thomas D. Roti has received the Northwest Suburban Bar Association's 2011 Public Service Award.

Judge Roti receives public service award

Updated: 5/11/2011 05:25 PM

  Health activists say they have the votes to snuff out legislation that would allow smoking at Illinois casinos, but they didn't get a chance to prove it Wednesday.

No vote on allowing smoking at casinos

Updated: 5/11/2011 05:07 PM

  The average age of officials and employees in Streamwood and Hanover Township dropped by about 25 years Wednesday.Some 90 positions in the village of Streamwood, the township and the Streamwood Park District were filled by seniors from Streamwood...

Streamwood gets new officials for a day

Updated: 5/11/2011 10:00 PM

  A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for portions of northern Illinois.

Flash flood warning in effect

Updated: 5/11/2011 08:42 PM

  Round Lake High School is elevating a celebration for seniors who will continue their education or enlist in the armed forces.

Round Lake High students celebrating higher education

Updated: 5/11/2011 04:35 PM

  Glen Ellyn Village President Mark Pfefferman says he's surprised and saddened that the College of DuPage has announced plans to deannex from the village.

Glen Ellyn president ‘saddened' by COD deannexation threat

Updated: 5/11/2011 04:23 PM

  A lawyer for the Vatican says there's no merit to a lawsuit claiming the Holy See helped cover up child sexual abuse by a Chicago priest.

Vatican denies cover-up claims

Updated: 5/11/2011 04:16 PM

  Improving streets, adding police and economic development are the goals Prospect Heights Mayor Nicholas "Nick" Helmer laid out after being sworn into office this week.

Helmer takes over in Prospect Heights, pledges road, police improvements

Updated: 5/11/2011 11:43 AM

  Because about half the students at Longwood and Georgetown elementary schools qualify for free or reduced-price lunches, both Indian Prairie Unit District 204 schools have received a federal Title I classification. While the designation doesn't mean...

Dist. 204 schools get federal designation

Updated: 5/11/2011 08:31 AM

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