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  As McHenry County plans for no cost-of-living increase in property taxes for the first time since the tax cap was imposed, a few county board members want to take a serious look at decreasing the size of county government in the future.

McHenry board projects balanced general fund for FY2013

Updated: 9/5/2012 12:05 AM

  Fifty years ago, Lawrence Dunlap liked the idea for a local benevolent organization and became one of the charter members of the Libertyville Noon Rotary Club. "I never thought about it," he said of his involvement. "I didn't know if I would be here...

50 years of helping the community marked by Libertyville Noon Rotary

Updated: 9/5/2012 12:02 AM

  If you happen to be walking around downtown Naperville on Saturday, Sept. 8, don't be alarmed to see people walking around with underpants on their heads. Yes, they'll be clean (we hope!) and yes, there's a reason (for most of them, anyway) —...

Bring your best undies for author's visit in Naperville

Updated: 9/5/2012 10:41 AM

  The Dallas Cowboys waited all year for another shot at the New York Giants. When they got it in the 2012 season opener, they were ready. So were the replacement officials, who barely were a story as Dallas dominated the Super Bowl champions for much...

Ogletree emerges as Cowboys get revenge over Giants

Updated: 9/5/2012 11:59 PM

  Football is often about adjustments. Perhaps no one has made a greater adjustment than Immaculate Conception senior lineman Sean Fenton. Born 75 percent deaf, at the age of 3 he received a hearing aid he said actually deteriorated his hearing to...

IC's Fenton gets message

Updated: 9/5/2012 09:48 PM

  If you talk to the kids about fall's gorgeous colors, you'll see eyes rolling and hear the back door slam as they high-tail out of there. When it comes to a fall family getaway, be sure there's plenty of action for the kids as you enjoy the colorful...

Your homework: Get some fall family fun on the schedule

Updated: 9/6/2012 01:48 PM

  Apple tea cake is the perfect small sweet; it goes well with brunch, but also works as an after-dinner delight. Leftovers that are wrapped tightly will keep up to four days, so there isn't pressure to eat the whole thing. But, best of all, the cake...

Make the most of afternoon break with apple tea cake

Updated: 9/6/2012 11:27 AM

  If you've feeling the pinch of higher grocery prices consider investing $17.99 for a copy of "The $5 Dinner Mom One-Dish Dinners Cookbook," Daily Herald Food Editor Deborah Pankey says. Or if you want to get creative -- or impress your young cooks...

From the Food Editor: Frugal family dinners and turning ice pops into chicken wings

Updated: 9/5/2012 07:24 PM

  Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice raised concern after Wednesday's practice that right tackle Gabe Carimi's surgical knee is not back to 100 percent yet, and he might need to be spelled during Sunday's game.

Tice: Carimi not all the way back yet

Updated: 9/5/2012 11:55 PM

  Senior running back Joey Rhattigan of Neuqua Valley and junior defensive back Sam Franckowiak of Dundee-Crown have earned the Daily Herald's offensive and defensive MVP awards for their performances in Week 2 of the high school football season.

Football: Week 2 MVPs

Updated: 9/5/2012 10:28 PM

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