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  • Griffin: Rauner plan could cost suburbs 25% of reserves Mar 4, 2015 12:39 PM
    When Gov. Bruce Rauner suggested withholding half of the municipal share of income tax revenues to shore up state finances, he assumed towns could absorb the loss by dipping into reserves. But can they? An analysis of 90 suburbs shows most could turn to reserves -- but only in the first year of the state cutting their income tax share.

     
  • Fremd team sent off in style to state semifinal Mar 4, 2015 4:29 PM
    The Fremd High School girls basketball team got a rousing send-off from their fellow Vikings Wednesday afternoon as they prepared to embark for the state semi-final against New Trier Friday night at Illinois State University’s Redbird Arena in Normal. This will be the Fremd team’s first trip to the IHSA Final Four in 38 years.

     
  • Naperville students create healthy fare for future chefs challenge Mar 4, 2015 7:08 PM
    Twenty-eight fourth- and fifth-grade students in Naperville Unit District 203 put their healthiest snack creations on display Wednesday during a Future Chefs Challenge sponsored by food service provider Sodexo. In its fifth year, the contest aims to get students thinking creatively about making healthy choices. "When I think of healthy foods, I usually think of fruits and vegetables," 11-year-old competitor Nora Johnson-Guy of Naperville said.

     
  • Larkin knocks out South Elgin Mar 4, 2015 1:42 AM
    Last year’s Cinderella was unceremoniously booted from the annual ball Tuesday night. The South Elgin boys basketball team, which as a four-seed last year shocked top seed Larkin in overtime in a regional semifinal and advanced all the way to the Class 4A Sweet 16, couldn’t cast the same spell on the Royals two years in a row. No. 1 Larkin blew open a 4-point game at the half by outscoring No. 4 South Elgin 40-17 in the final two quarters to post a 62-35 victory in a Bartlett regional semifinal.

     
  • Glenbard West gets shots to drop Mar 3, 2015 12:33 AM
    If there’s one thing Glenbard West’s boys basketball players love to do, it’s shoot in Biester Gymnasium. The Hilltoppers took full advantage of home hoop advantage Monday night. Knocking down five of its eight 3-pointers in the first quarter, Glenbard West’s sizzling early shooting powered the way to a 63-46 victory over Wheaton Warrenville South in the Class 4A Glenbard West regional quarterfinals in Glen Ellyn.

     
  • Cubs: Wrigley's right-field bleachers may be delayed until June Mar 3, 2015 5:38 AM
    An extremely cold February has the Cubs scrambling in the first phase of their Wrigley Field renovation project. The team Monday said that the left-field and center-field bleachers will be ready May 11, but that right field May not open until early June.

     
  • Seniors get tech lessons from District 93 students Mar 2, 2015 10:04 AM
    With the help of several laptops, Carol Stream Elementary District 93 is working to bridge the technological divide between students and senior citizens. Through the district’s new partnership with Carol Stream’s Windsor Park retirement community, young students are teaching older residents how to better use technology.

     
  • Constable: Runner shirtless every winter day Mar 1, 2015 7:45 AM
    An avid runner, 61-year-old Mason Saadat of Arlington Heights has become a legend among suburban runners for his habit of running shirtless throughout the winter. “He’s probably the most eccentric runner in the area,” says Mark Rouse, who has a store that caters to runners.

     
  • Hundreds chill out in Palatine for Special Olympics Mar 1, 2015 6:43 PM
    sThey arrived dressed as garden gnomes, superheroes and even bananas. And if that wasn’t enough to make you question their sanity, they then plunged into the icy waters of Palatine’s Twin Lakes in 20 degree weather. Although that might appear crazy, they were “freezin’ with a reason,” as the saying goes.

     
  • Campaign boss’ taunt in text message likens Breuder to Hitler Feb 27, 2015 11:16 AM
    The campaign chairman for a three-person slate of candidates running for the College of DuPage board has advised a challenger to drop out of the crowded contest in a text message that likens college President Robert Breuder to Adolf Hitler. "When I get through with Dr. Breuder, anyone supporting him will look like they supported Hitler," the text message reads.

     
  • Westminster ousts defending 1A champ Mooseheart Feb 28, 2015 2:49 AM
    The Westminster Christian boys basketball team reeled in the same big fish twice Friday night. The Warriors erased an 8-point, third-quarter deficit against defending Class 1A state champion Mooseheart, again fell behind, then rallied from 8 points down in the final six minutes to prevail 53-50 in the Class 1A Mooseheart regional title game.

     
  • Community cheers refurbished Antioch Theatre’s encore Feb 27, 2015 9:37 PM
    The encore of the refurbished Antioch Theatre attracted a lot of attention Friday. Converted from a live performance venue in 1924, the Antioch Theatre never was known for the ornate architecture seen in some other suburban movie palaces of the era. But its reopening after a $750,000 again made it a gathering spot.

     
  • Volunteers feeds the world from Schaumburg stadium Feb 27, 2015 2:53 PM
    During the offseason, the Schaumburg Boomers baseball team has partnered with Feed My Starving Children, bringing in local volunteers to pack 50,000 meals for people in Third World countries around the globe.

     
  • First regional title for St. Edward since 2009 Feb 28, 2015 12:03 AM
    If it’s tough to beat a team twice in a season, imagine what St. Edward’s boys basketball team faced in trying to knock of IC Catholic Prep for a fourth time in a showdown that meant more than the previous three games combined. The Green Wave did it again, pulling out a 41-40 victory in Friday’s Class 2A Lisle regional title game. St. Edward (24-5), a regional champion for the first time since 2009 and a win shy of matching the program record for wins in a season, faces Fieldcrest in Wednesday’s El Paso-Gridley sectional semifinals.

     
  • Fire destroys van in Palatine Feb 27, 2015 5:31 AM
    Firefighters from the Palatine Fire Department fought a van fire on Thursday afternoon in a convenience store parking lot at the intersection of Rand Road and West Frontage Road.

     
  • Refurbished Antioch Theatre to reopen Friday Feb 26, 2015 9:44 AM
    The refurbished Antioch Theatre will reopen Friday after a $750,000 renovation. "I get overwhelmed with emotion how much this means to the community," said owner Tim Downey.

     
  • Larkin makes a statement with win over Geneva Feb 26, 2015 2:33 AM
    Two-time defending Upstate Eight River champion Larkin was eliminated from three-peat contention long ago, but that didn’t keep the Royals from having a say in which team inherits their crown. Make that teams, actually. Larkin forced 18 turnovers and scored regularly in transition to knock off Geneva 57-51 in the UEC River finale for both teams in Elgin on Wednesday.

     
  • Wheaton North guts out win over Lake Park Feb 26, 2015 1:18 AM
    With nothing on the line in terms of conference races, Wheaton North and Lake Park still had plenty to play for in Wednesday’s DuPage Valley finale. At this point of the season, it’s all about momentum. Motivation in mind, Wheaton North ended the regular season on a positive note with a 51-44 victory over outright DVC champion Lake Park in Roselle.

     
  • Constable: Newly found film shows Eastland horrors Feb 26, 2015 12:25 AM
    Century-old film footage of the Eastland Disaster on the Chicago River has been discovered, showing in silent black-and-white footage the recovery of some of the 844 bodies. The Arlington Heights-based Eastland Disaster Historical Society released the graphic video on Wednesday.

     
  • Positives and negatives in outlook for Hoffman Estates, mayor says Feb 26, 2015 12:17 PM
    The good news of economic growth and fresh successes at the Sears Centre Arena was counterbalanced by bad news of proposed cuts in state funding threatening police and fire staffing during Hoffman Estates Mayor Bill McLeod's annual state of the village address Wednesday. “It's been a very good year,” McLeod said.

     
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