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  Mundelein restaurateur Jim Schultz Jr. will represent his renowned Franks for the Memories joint in the National Buffalo Wing Festival over Labor Day weekend. “We're going to the big show,” Schultz said.

Franks for the Memories taking famed wings to Buffalo for contest

Updated: 8/29/2011 11:48 AM

  DUPAGE COUNTY—The DuPage County Health Department is proud to offer vision and hearing screenings to DuPage County children in preschools, daycare facilities and public and private schools.

Health Department screenings for vision and hearing protect DuPage County children

Updated: 8/29/2011 12:19 PM

  Centegra Health System is offering prostate cancer screenings, in recognition of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, on Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Centegra Sage Cancer Center at Centegra Hospital-McHenry.

Centegra Health offering prostate screenings in McHenry

Updated: 8/29/2011 01:15 PM

  Elgin resident Kristen McKellar of the Challengers 4-H Club from Kane County was one the first-place prize winners in the first 4-H Film Festival and Map Gallery at the Illinois State Fair.

Fox Valley 4-H'ers do well at state film fest

Updated: 8/29/2011 01:13 PM

  Electrical storms have sparked a business boom at several suburban businesses, not a bad problem to have. But the rapid growth has requred business owners to scramble to fill positions and work long hours.

Storm-fueled business surge challenges local firms

Updated: 8/29/2011 10:31 AM

  Cisco today announced that it has acquired privately-held Versly. Based in San Francisco, Versly integrates collaboration capabilities via a plug-in into Microsoft Office applications, simplifying the way people work by enabling more eff.

Cisco announces acquisition of Versly

Updated: 8/29/2011 07:31 AM

  ConversePoint, a privately owned company based in Chicago, has announced its plans to develop and commercialize a communications platform for the healthcare industry

ConversePoint to devleop healtcare communication solution

Updated: 8/29/2011 07:23 AM

  Robert O. Kuehn, 68, has been a longtime, active Shriner. But don’t expect the Barrington attorney to drive one of those tiny cars in a parade. He laughs at the thought. But he’s serious about working with organizations that help kids.

Barrington lawyer gets top spot at Shriners

Updated: 8/29/2011 10:23 AM

  Oh to be taken back to the days of yellowed paper with green lines on them. Now it seems cursive, and even more important, writing, may have fallen out of fashion. A Daily Herald editorial says we hope not. Writing is a critical skill and cursive...

Curses to banners of cursive, writing

Updated: 8/28/2011 01:12 PM

  At a time when immigrants - legal or illegal, and in many cases anyone who merely "looks" like he or she might be an immigrant - are coated with the sheen of otherness or outright criminality, the maid's immigration scheming has become just another...

Stereotypes and the Strauss-Kahn case

Updated: 8/28/2011 01:12 PM

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