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Today in History

Updated: 10/7/2015 11:01 PM

  See images from the Chicago Blackhawks season opening game vs. the New York Rangers at the United Center in Chicago Wednesday night. Team members celebrated their 2015 Stanley Cup victory and raised a banner as part of pregame ceremonies.

Images: Chicago Blackhawks open season vs. New York Rangers, raise Stanley Cup banner

Updated: 10/8/2015 12:16 AM

  A Prospect Heights letter to the editor: I’ve just observed from my home an extravagant fireworks display following a Friday night football game at Wheeling High School.

Taxpayers can’t keep up with schools’ spending

Updated: 10/7/2015 05:23 PM

  A Mount Prospect letter to the editor: After hearing about the tragedy at the community college in Oregon, wouldn’t it make sense to allow all teachers to conceal and carry in the classroom?

Armed teachers could protect students

Updated: 10/7/2015 05:12 PM

  A Lincolnshire letter to the editor: I am a service-connected disabled veteran. I do not want to be seen by an APRN at the VA. State Rep. Michael McAuliffe of Chicago has no idea what he is talking about in his article dated Oct. 3.

Ask vets’ advice on VA doctors

Updated: 10/7/2015 05:05 PM

  A Skokie letter to the editor: I want to thank everyone who supported the 14th Annual ALS Walk for Life on Sept. 27.

Thanks to all who helped with ALS benefit

Updated: 10/7/2015 05:05 PM

  Today's Daily Herald Opinion page cartoon.

Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon

Updated: 10/7/2015 02:19 PM

  Columnist Jim Slusher: Two very different stories this week have me thinking about the cost of government and what people should know about it.

Slusher: Costs of the Fox Lake probe and government’s balance sheet

Updated: 10/7/2015 12:42 PM

  Columnist Byron York: In a recent Wall Street Journal poll, the number of Americans who say they have a very positive opinion of Hillary Clinton hit its lowest point in the years since she was first lady. Meanwhile, the number of Americans who say...

How far will Clinton fall before Democrats panic?

Updated: 10/7/2015 10:54 AM

  The Barrington Area Council of Governments and Citizens for Conservation are co-sponsoring a presentation on the environmental hazards of coal tar pavement sealants, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14, at Barrington village hall.

Learn about hazards of coal tar sealants

Updated: 10/7/2015 04:14 PM

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