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  • Suburban band the Smoking Popes will play this weekend at a show celebrating the 20th anniversary of Double Door.

    Music notes: Smoking Popes fetes Double Door’s 20 yearsJun 13, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Smoking Popes, a stellar pop-punk band that emerged from McHenry County in the 1990s, will perform this weekend at a show celebrating the 20th anniversary of Chicago's excellent rock venue, Double Door.

     
  • More than just “a male acquaintance” murdered in a sensational crime that spurred the “O.J. Simpson circus,” Ron Goldman was the fun big brother to his sister, Kim, as they grew up together in Buffalo Grove.

    For Goldman’s family, trial always more than O.J. ‘circus’Jun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    The riveting low-speed chase starring the white Bronco; the sensational cable TV news coverage; the trial spectacle; the birth of the Kardashians -- the O.J. Simpson case changed our world. But for the sister of victim Ron Goldman of Buffalo Grove, "it was just about my brother.”

     
  • The North Branch Trail Addition, currently under construction, will provide a safe and scenic transportation link for visitors coming to the Chicago Botanic Garden by bike, foot, train, wheelchair and stroller. William Bishoff

    North Branch Trail Addition Provides Important Transportation Link, Improves Access to Chicago Botanic Garden Jun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    The North Branch Trail Addition connects two popular north-south routes, improves alternative transportation routes to the Chicago Botanic Garden and promotes sustainability.

     
  • Congregation Beth Judea presents Outstanding Service awardsJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Congregation Beth Judea, Long Grove, will be honoring the following congregants for service above and beyond in helping to make Congregation Beth Judea a warm and welcoming place for its members.

     
  • Home Is the Heart of The Springs at Monarch LandingJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    As with any new construction, excitement is building over the imminent opening of The Springs at Monarch Landing in Naperville. But even more than brand, spanking new quarters, staff and residents are positively giddy about the ground-breaking quality of life people will experience at The Springs.

     
  • Participants in Voice of Care’s July 12 Mile for Mileage at Castaldo Park in Woodridge raise money to support ministry to people with disabilities. Kris Blackwell

    Voice of Care “Mile for Mileage” Pledge Walk is Inclusive Family FunJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Lace up your sneakers and head to Castaldo Park in Woodridge on Saturday, July 12… or don’t. Either way, people of all ages and abilities can participate in Voice of Care’s third annual Mile for Mileage.

     
  • Global wealth inequality will be explored at June 23-26 Urban Ministry ConferenceJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Six globally known social justice-oriented religious scholars and activists are lined up to present analysis and inspiring vision for social and economic change when they appear as featured speakers for the 2014 Congress on Urban Ministry in Chicago June 23-26.

     
  • TV’s Jack Hanna is coming to Chicago to promote Wildscreen Arkive June 19 at a special fundraising dinner.

    Wildscreen Arkive Brings TV’s Jack Hanna to Chicago for fundraiser Jun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    TV animal host Jack Hanna will promote Arkive’s “WildChicago” and conservation of endangered species in Illinois. "WildChicago" showcases the diverse natural world in the Windy City, Arkive, a global initiative of the nonprofit Wildscreen, is hosting a reception and dinner in Chicago.

     
  • Bring your recyclables to Buffalo Grove Green FairJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    The third annual Buffalo Grove Green Fair, sponsored by the Buffalo Grove Park District’s Environmental Action Team, will be held from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday, June 22.

     
  • The World Class Basketball 16U National Team are: Front row: Keyvon Kyles (Larkin), Matt Ulrich (Palatine), Ethan Mayfield (Burlington Central), Trell Mardis (Larkin) and Jovone Stricker (Palatine); Back row: Assistant coach John Ulrich Sr., assistant coach Bob Ramian Sr., Lavion Baldwin (Elgin), Robbie Jiminez (Bartlett), Nick Kubiak (Woodstock), Kenny Travis (Schaumburg), Bobby Ramian (Conant) and head coach John Ulrich Jr.

    World Class Basketball takes state campionshipJun 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    World Class Basketball's 16U National Team won the AAU Illinois State Tournament in Lake Zurich this spring

     
  • Wrigley’s 100th year already marredJun 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    A Buffalo Grove letter to the editor: People are talking about the 100th anniversary and the proposed signage at Wrigley Field, but let’s remember that with just under one-third of the season completed, the Cubs are on track to lose 100+ games this year. They have won fewer games than any team in either league.

     
  • Bill Balling, former Buffalo Grove village manager, might be hired to help Prospect Heights hook up to Lake Michigan water.

    Prospect Hts. closer to hiring lake water consultantJun 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Prospect Heights City Council got closer Monday night to hiring Bill Balling, retired village manager of Buffalo Grove, to find the city a source for Lake Michigan water and then help bring the project to fruition. “It’s so intricate a problem we need someone like Bill who knows all the players,” Mayor Nick Helmer said.

     
  • Fred Goldman, father of murder victim Ronald Goldman, has not rested since a jury acquitted O.J. Simpson 20 years ago. Goldman and the family of Simpson's slain ex-wife took the former football hero to civil court, got a $33.5 million judgment and Goldman then seized anything that could help pay that award.

    Dad on Buffalo Grove native Ron Goldman's death: O.J. had to payJun 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    For years, Fred Goldman was adamant that he would never rest until he had held O.J. Simpson accountable for the killings of his son, Buffalo Grove native Ron, 25, and Simpson's ex-wife 20 years ago. After the trial, Goldman joined with the family of Simpson's ex-wife in winning a $33.5 million wrongful death judgment in civil court. “It's not the kind of punishment I would have wanted,” he said.

     
  • Take the Fast Track to a credentialJun 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    The thought of going to school – on top of working and raising a child with special needs – could have prevented Katie Gockenbach from ever taking that first step toward a degree.

     
  • Prairie Song. Q appearing in Oak Park’s Sculpture Walk

    Exhibition schedule for sculptures by Guy J. BellaverJun 9, 2014 12:00 AM
    Sculpture/Guy J. Bellaver is pleased to announce the 2014 Exhibition Schedule, which includes SculptureWalk in Oak Park, the Shirley & George Wiemer Outdoor Sculpture Juried Invitational/Competition and the “Art Gathering: Sculptors Connect” Juried Exhibition at Governor’s State University.

     
  • Wills, Trusts, Probate 911Jun 9, 2014 12:00 AM
    Come meet Craig Pierson, Attorney, Pierson & Strachan

     
  • Jane Ellefson and Steven Jones’ work will be on display in the CLC Gallery of Art June 27 to July 25. Their exhibit is called “Hanging It Up.”

    Retiring CLC Art Gallery staff are ‘Hanging It Up’ with new exhibitJun 9, 2014 12:00 AM
    A new exhibit called “Hanging It Up,” featuring 29 paintings by Steven Jones of Lake Forest and Jane Ellefson of Lindenhurst, will be on display at the College of Lake County Robert T. Wright Community Gallery of Art from June 27 to July 25.

     
  • Riley Elementary School SPIN (Supporting People In Need) were recognized at the school awards ceremony on June 4. First row seated: Cassidy, Emilia, Hanna, Anna, Emma, Ally, Harmony, Jaclyn, Grace Second row kneeling: Danielle, Talia, Alexa, Lexi, Eunice, Rachel, Ross, Mackenzie, Jannelle Third row standing: Ashley, Lia, Ester, Olivia, Bianca, Amanda, Irina, Marisa, Evelina, Amanda, Emily, Michele Senior & Disability Services

    Partnerships Reach Out to Help the HomeboundJun 9, 2014 12:00 AM
    Wheeling Township Senior and Disability Services partners with the Riley Elementary School SPIN (Supporting People In Need), an inter-generational program which provides seasonal art projects and correspondence, prepared and written by the fourth and fifth grade Riley students who are members of SPIN.

     
  • University of Illinois students from Algonquin, Buffalo Grove, Gurnee, Naperville, St. Charles and Wheeling are among 20 members of Illini 4000, a cycling team that is riding across the country this summer to raise cancer awareness.

    Suburban cyclists bike across nation to fight cancerJun 8, 2014 12:00 AM
    Twenty University of Illinois students are biking 4,000 miles this summer to support a variety of cancer-fighting causes. “It sounded like something new, something pretty crazy and just like an epic journey,” said 19-year-old Grace Deetjen of Naperville. Other riders on the trip are from Algonquin, Buffalo Grove, Gurnee, St. Charles and Wheeling.

     
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