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  • Arthur Manning was sentenced yesterday to 25 years in prison for the 2008 stabbing death of Naromi Mannery in St. Charles.

    Dawn Patrol: 25 years for St. Charles stabbing murder; GOP chairs pickedApr 17, 2014 12:00 AM
    25 years in St. Charles stabbing murder. Naperville company can put trucks back on the road. Cook GOP retains chairmanship. Kane County GOP selects new party chairman. Lake County picks new chairman. Party chairmen keep their seats in DuPage. Bulls draw Wizards first. Sox lose in 14.

  • Soccer in the snow: Barrington’s Maesyn Poidomani, right, moves the ball against Buffalo Grove during a varsity girls soccer match at Coach Tom Frederick Field last night in Barrington.

    Dawn Patrol: Snow will go away; Aurora boy brings gun to schoolApr 15, 2014 12:00 AM
    Snow falls, not expected to stay. Aurora boy brought loaded gun to school. Georgia man stole millions from Aon Hewitt. DuPage mayors step up push for pension reforms. ECC examines outsourcing custodial services. ComEd sends drop notices in error. Bulls beat Magic.

  • The Rozycki family got good and bad news after a story ran in the Daily Herald last week about their recovery from a fire that damaged their home. The bad news was that the health of Tucker, their beloved 14-year-old Welsh Pembroke Corgi, took a turn for the worst and had to be euthanized.

    Dawn Patrol: 6 years for 6th DUI; good, bad news for Schaumburg dogsApr 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Arlington Heights man gets 6 years for 6th DUI; good news, bad news for Schaumburg dogs helped after fire; Senate candidate Oberweis proposes gradual minimum wage increase; Amrich supporter gets Island Lake post; things looking up for Hawks' Ben Smith.

  • Jamie and Liz Schramm, on their porch in Wauconda, hold a photograph of John T. Nightingale, as they talk about their friend who died after being shot by Wauconda police.

    Dawn Patrol: The other James Eaton (not charged); 2 portraits of man police killedApr 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    Fire damages two homes on Fox River. 2 different portraits of man shot by police. Investigators clear speaker of meddling in Metra jobs. Suburban Dems kills millionaires tax. Elgin votes to fill vacant council seat. Elgin panel delays downtown bar decision. Noah’s fourth triple double leads to 6th straight win.

  • An arrest has been made in the 1997 murder of Amber Creek, shown here on her 13th birthday.

    Dawn Patrol: Palatine girl’s ’97 murder; Wauconda cops’ gunfire fatalApr 8, 2014 12:00 AM
    Armed man shot by Wauconda police dies. Elgin woman forfeits horses. Lake Zurich overturns gaming ban. Elk Grove man drowns in Chicago River. Elgin man pleads guilty to shooting. UConn beats Kentucky for NCAA title. White Sox fall to Rockies.

  • Kyle D. Abraham

    Sugar Grove man faces cocaine, LSD chargesApr 7, 2014 12:00 AM
    A 28-year-old Sugar Grove man faces prison time after his arrest on charges of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver and LSD possession. Kyle D. Abraham, who has been to prison at least twice already on drug charges, was being held on $500,000 bail, according to court records.

  • Heroin was a hidden scourge in the suburbs when the Daily Herald started a special series more than 10 years ago.

    Hidden no more: Heroin in suburbsApr 6, 2014 12:00 AM
    What the Daily Herald addressed more than a decade ago as a “Hidden Scourge” is hidden no more. In the years since our first series of extensive reports on the effects of heroin on lives in the suburbs, the deadly addiction has grown relentlessly more visible.

  • The Pirates got the last laugh early this morning: Tony Sanchez, left, is grabbed by teammate Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Neil Walker (18) after driving in the winning run in the 16th inning against the Cubs in Pittsburgh. The Pirates won 4-3.

    Dawn Patrol: Trucking firm in fatal I-88 crash closed; 6-hour Cubs gameApr 3, 2014 12:00 AM
    Rampage leaves four dead at Fort Hood. Regulators shut down trucking company involved in fatal crash. Naperville wants to end mayoral pensions. House approves smoking ban on university campuses. Naperville to borrow for projects. White Sox rally for win. Coach: Toews will be 100 percent.

  • Our crazy weather continues. Monday’s warm temperatures meant Skyler Waclaw, 12 of Warrenville, could play a little basketball on Monday at Cerny Park in Warrenville. But the cold returned Tuesday. More rain and cold temperatures are expected this week.

    Strong storms, hail, flooding expected for IllinoisApr 2, 2014 12:00 AM
    The National Weather Service says tornadoes, strong winds and large hail could pound portions of southern and southwestern Illinois in the coming days. In the suburbs, we are expecting rain and cold, windy weather.

  • Chicago White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia connects with the ball during the White Sox home opener against the Minnesota twins Monday at U.S. Cellular Field.

    Dawn Patrol: $5 million bond in Aurora murder; Crash victim identifiedApr 1, 2014 12:00 AM
    Ex held on $5 million bond in Aurora murder. Schaumburg crash victim identified. Hultgren unveils proposed heroin solutions. Craft beer fests heading to Aurora and Wheaton. Cubs lose opener on 10th-inning HR. White Sox wipe last year away.

  • Fifty-three-year-old Jeffrey Bronken, of Round Lake, was killed Saturday when his small plane crashed in Clearwater, Fla. His daughter Katherine Bronken, 15, died from her injuries yesterday. A third person, Keyana Linbo, 15, a Grant Community High School student, remains in stable condition in a Florida hospital.

    Dawn Patrol: Daughter dies after plane crash; TSA officer sues CTAMar 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    Daughter dies after plane crash. TSA officer injured in CTA crash sues. Cost of animal upkeep disputed in Kane neglect case. Welding machinery likely cause of Des Plaines fire. Fire damages Lombard house. Bail set in Lisle road rage case. LA Fitness hot tub closed in Naperville again. Will union decision shake up college sports?

  • Medinah Country Club officials are appealing property assessments for the past three years, which could net rebates of roughly $1 million if successful and shift more of the tax burden onto neighbors in the future.

    How Medinah’s proposed tax cut could cost schools Mar 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    Officials at the exclusive Medinah Country Club near Roselle are attempting to reduce the property tax burden by nearly 80 percent for each of the last three years. If successful, two school districts would have to repay the club roughly $300,000 each, or essentially the equivalent of 12 new teachers' salaries, officials said.

  • Firefighters on the scene Monday afternoon at Midwest Motors in Lake Zurich. Fire broke out on the second floor at the south end of the building.

    Dawn patrol: Body found near Rosemont; Fire damages car dealershipMar 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    Man’s body found near Rosemont. Fire damages Lake Zurich car dealership. Safety systems, train operator under scrutiny in CTA crash. Kane County animal neglect case riles volunteers. Bozek honored by Buffalo Grove park board. Beauty salon bandit sentenced for robberies. Bulls beat the Pacers.

  • Deborah Conroy

    Lawmaker calls for end to 13th pension paymentMar 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    Villa Park Democratic state Rep. Deborah Conroy has proposed legislation that would eliminate the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund's controversial 13th payment. The 13th payment is a bonus paid to retirees using tax revenues from participating government agencies. In 2013, the bonus payment cost taxpayers more than $41 million statewide. The average payment is about $343, but can be as much as $7,659.

  • 2014 festival guide: How to get your free listings in the Daily HeraldMar 20, 2014 12:00 AM
    It's time to submit your 2014 festival and summer event listings to the Daily Herald. It's fun, it's free, and it's for nonprofits. Submit your festivals, concert series, fairs, carnivals, outdoor fine arts fests, family bike rides. And best of all, you can update your listing later on with more details.

  • Businessman Bruce Rauner, left, and his wife, Diana, right, celebrate with supporters after Rauner’s GOP victory last night in a four-way race for the Republican nomination for governor.

    Dawn Patrol: Rauner sweeps suburbs; Oberweis gets U.S. Senate nodMar 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Rauner wins GOP nomination. Oberweis wins U.S. Senate nod. Kaifesh wins 8th Congressional District. Cross wins GOP state treasurer primary. Salata coming to Wheeling. Elgin to discuss ex-school building property repairs. White Sox GM optimistic for season.

  • Voters today will decide who will be the Republican party’s gubernatorial candidate. Candidates from left are State Sen. Bill Brady, State Sen. Kirk Dillard, Bruce Rauner, and Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford.

    Dawn Patrol: It’s Primary Election Day; U-46 protests over readingMar 18, 2014 12:00 AM
    It’s Election Day. U-46 parents, teachers protest making reading optional. Lake Zurich advances townhouse development. Elgin man pleads guilty to sex assault, gets 16 years. Schaumburg native wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship. All-Elgin website will have a free app. Hawks’ Quenneville goes for record. Bulls fall to Thunder.

  • A pair of Canada Geese relax in Salt Creek at Fullersburg Woods in Oak Brook. More snow fell early yesterday throughout the region.

    Dawn Patrol: St. Charles school bus hit by pellets; murder trial continuesMar 13, 2014 12:00 AM
    Two accused in stealing from casinos. Final total for Kane County raises revealed. Record number of schools dipping into reserves. Speed cameras outside Chicago? Not yet. Kaifesh video doesn’t support ‘Hollywood mafia’ claim. Hawks fall to Avalanche.

  • College of Lake County board members racked up nearly $110,000 in expenses covered by taxpayers over the past two years, which prompted the board to restrict its reimbursement policy for the second time in six years.

    College of Lake County board spent $110,000 on travel, food over two yearsMar 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    While the College of Lake County board has racked up nearly $110,000 in expenses over the past two years, it was a $128.87 bill for late night snacks that prompted trustees to tighten their spending policies recently. “Since I’ve been a board member, I’ve felt certain board members have forgotten we’re on taxpayers’ dollars and writing off more things than they should,” said Chairman Amanda Howland.

  • Wayne Gullickson of the Batavia Cemetery Department cleans the area of debris after a family marker was damaged and a cypress tree knocked over at West Batavia Cemetery by a drunken driver. Gullickson and a co-worker chipped up the tree earlier.

    Dawn Patrol: Huge Elk Grove TIF district vote; Cemetery damagedMar 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Elk Grove to vote on massive TIF district today. Drunken driver damages Batavia cemetery. 5 injured in Aurora head-on crash. GOP governor hopefuls in the final push. Wauconda police honor fallen officer. Mount Prospect family files racial harassment lawsuit against neighbor. Bolingbrook man charged in shooting. Bulls' Noah comes into his own.

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