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  • Medical pot growers competing for Bartlett site Aug 20, 2014 9:36 AM
    Four potential medical marijuana growers are clamoring to set up shop on a piece of vacant land in a Bartlett industrial park. The hopefuls have pitched informal design plans to the village, but the state gets the final say on whether one can open in Bartlett.

     
  • Lake Zurich board puts home rule on ballot Aug 19, 2014 5:00 AM
    Lake Zurich voters will decide whether village government should have more control over taxes and other issues through home-rule power. Village board members Monday night voted 5-1 to place a home-rule question on the Nov. 4 ballot. Lake Zurich voters overwhelmingly rejected home rule in 1998. If home rule is approved, an ordinance passed by the board states Lake Zurich would commit to limiting a property tax increase to 5 percent or the national rate of inflation known as the Consumer Price Index — whichever is less.

     
  • Resident: Racing at Sears Centre is too noisy Aug 19, 2014 5:32 AM
    A recent noise study objectively determined that one of the occasional auto racing events in the parking lot of Hoffman Estates’ Sears Centre Arena wasn’t dangerous to the hearing of anyone there or of neighbors living just across the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway. But how annoying the noise may be — and to how many — is the subjective question officials continue to weigh.

     
  • Ice Bucket Challenge heats up fundraising in the suburbs Aug 19, 2014 6:33 AM
    Margaret Rosano, a Northwest Community Hospital nurse, completed the Ice Bucket Challenge for her cousin, who was diagnosed at 33 with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease. She's one of many in the suburbs, including Des Plaines Mayor Matt Bogusz, who have helped created the big boost in fundraising for charities fighting ALS. "Let's make ALS history," Rosano said.

     
  • Barrington White House renovation well underway Aug 19, 2014 12:59 PM
    Work crews are not even one month into the $6.1 million Barrington White House renovation project, but the 116-year-old building has already undergone dramatic changes. Much of the southwest portion of the building, at 145 W. Main St., has been removed; the front porch is unrecognizable, apart from some of the masonry that is still standing; and the grounds and trees around the building have been removed and replaced with dirt and large construction equipment.

     
  • Pyke: Highway bridge protests exercise free speech, but irk drivers Aug 18, 2014 5:05 AM
    Fuming in gridlock caused by protestors atop a bridge over the tollway? It's perfectly legal, police say. And it's constitutional, says Fred Schneider whose political protest signs have irked more than a few motorists. "If you give a thumbs up, we give one. If you give us a finger, we wave to you," he said.

     
  • Carol Stream Culver’s owner, workers bound by transplants Aug 18, 2014 5:30 AM
    Carol Stream restaurant owner Amy Adams has a special appreciation for organ donors and recipients -- because of the many who were helped when her 10-year-old son died after a 1998 accident. Now Adams is holding a fundraiser for two sisters who work for her, after one donated a kidney to the other.

     
  • Fans enjoy racing, fashion at Arlington Million Aug 16, 2014 9:10 PM
    Stephanie Slinger enjoyed the best of both worlds at the Arlington Million at Arlington International Racetrack Saturday. In between riding in two races, the apprentice jockey sported a dress and judged a Best Dressed Lady Contest. "This is one of the premier events in the world, so it's great to be here and be part of it and to ride today," she said, adding, however, that she also enjoys the glamour and fashion at major horse racing events.

     
  • Grayslake collector adding to ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ museum Aug 16, 2014 5:43 PM
    Richard Goodson has lassoed many “It’s a Wonderful Life” collectibles, but he’s willing to part with some to help a museum dedicated to the classic Christmas movie. “I began collecting in 1998,” Goodson told the Daily Herald. “My wife purchased a still signed by Jimmy Stewart as a gift. The reaction I received displaying the piece was surprising. The discussions and memories that were so freely shared were treasures in themselves.”

     
  • Northwest Community CEO joins viral Ice Bucket Challenge Aug 15, 2014 8:23 PM
    Sitting next to a big bucket of ice, Northwest Community Hospital CEO Stephen Scogna was "afraid, very afraid." Scogna and hospital employees were doused in the viral Ice Bucket Challenge Friday to raise the profile of Lou Gehrig's Disease. "We're all here to share in the excitement of supporting ALS," Scogna said.

     
  • District 211 projects help create $23.5 million deficit Aug 15, 2014 5:20 AM
    Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 Thursday presented a tentative yearly budget with a $23.5 million deficit overall due to pending capital projects, but a $6.7 million surplus in the operating funds required by law to be balanced. Superintendent Daniel Cates cited major renovations of its swimming pools and the front office of Conant High School, among other projects.

     
  • Children’s Advocacy Center turns 25 Aug 15, 2014 11:53 PM
    Friends, employees and associated agencies came out Friday to help the Children’s Advocacy Center of North & Northwest Cook County celebrate its 25th anniversary.

     
  • Neighbors rally against Hinsdale club's skeet shooting plan Aug 15, 2014 5:17 AM
    Residents opposing a plan to build a seasonal skeet shooting range at a private country club near Hinsdale say the proposal would cause noise, pollution and other problems. More than 100 neighbors urged DuPage County officials to reject Ruth Lake Country Club's request for a conditional use permit for a gun club on its golf course. “This gunshot range ... is going to destroy a way of life for us,” Ron Hanson said.

     
  • ‘Mama’s boy’ Mr. T does jury duty in Rolling Meadows Aug 16, 2014 11:37 AM
    Mr. T held court outside the Rolling Meadows courthouse Friday where the television and film star was assigned jury duty. “I pity the criminals today,” said the Chicago resident, who was designated an alternate juror for a trial scheduled for Friday afternoon. Then he called himself an “old-fashioned mama’s boy” and encouraged young people to listen to their mothers.

     
  • Champion boxer from Palatine looking to go pro Aug 14, 2014 5:30 AM
    As a 17-year-old, Javier Rivera of Palatine was a Chicago Golden Gloves champion. Two years later, his trajectory in boxing is still progressing upward. The 19-year-old has risen to be a top fighter in his weight class, beating boxers far more experienced, and recently won the Ringside Tournament Championship. “For me to stay out of trouble, the way I would look at it was, ‘Stay after school and do sports.'" he said.

     
  • Warren High students get around Grand Avenue construction near O’Plaine Road campus in Gurnee Aug 14, 2014 5:32 PM
    Major road construction near Warren Township High School’s freshmen-sophomore campus in Gurnee didn’t cause travel delays for students on their first day of classes, officials said Thursday. “From our end, things went very smooth,” Warren District 121 transportation director Tina Delabre told the Daily Herald.

     
  • Panel suggests 6 ways to change Naperville bar scene Aug 15, 2014 5:26 AM
    Liquor commission members in Naperville are suggesting six ways the city council could make regulations to prevent the downtown from being overrun with drunks, fights and dangerous drivers. “I think we're fooling ourselves in thinking that we're going to change the culture of downtown Naperville with one hour or two hours a week,” liquor commission member Scott Wehrli said.

     
  • 69 years, 151 pints: ‘Mr. Blood Drop’ keeps on giving Aug 13, 2014 11:45 AM
    If there was one thing that made the blood donation Palatine resident George Serena gave Tuesday morning different from the 150 he’s given in the past, it would probably be the puffy red costume paired with a pointy hat that make him look like a drop of blood. Serena, 86, said the costume has earned him many nicknames, including Mr. Blood Drop.

     
  • Links Technology Cup raises money for Schaumburg Park Foundation Aug 13, 2014 5:59 PM
    Hundreds of golfers were at Schaumburg Golf Club Wednesday to compete for the Links Technology Cup in a fundraiser for the Schaumburg Park Foundation. The seventh annual event featured perfect weather for a day of golf. “This is one of the foundation’s best fundraisers of the year,” said Tony LaFrenere, executive director of the Schaumburg Park District.

     
  • New superintendent, laptops greet Mundelein High students Aug 13, 2014 4:36 PM
    Mundelein High School students were greeted by new superintendent Kevin Myers as they moved through the halls during a change of classes on the first day of school Wednesday. “I’m very proud to be here as the superintendent,” said Myers, who welcomed students and staff.

     
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