Facebook like page Just blue

Articles filed under Schaumburg

Show 61-80 of 18,732 « previous next »
  • Dr. Yaroslav Yarmolyuk from Orthodontic Experts of Arlington Heights Has Achieved Invisalign Premier Provider Status Dec 15, 2014 3:21 PM
    Orthodontic Experts of Arlington Heights is proud to announce that Dr. Yaroslav Yarmolyuk is now a Premier Invisalign and Invisalign Teen Provider.

  • GOP should impeach Obama, secure borders Dec 9, 2014 5:01 AM
    A Schaumburg letter to the editor: The Republicans talk about their own immigration plan. What’s that all about? Just secure the borders! But this won’t happen.

  • Watch ‘The Grinch’ free at Elk Grove Theatre Dec 9, 2014 1:34 PM
    Celebrate the holiday season at the Elk Grove Theatre with a showing of the “The Grinch.” The film, starring Jim Carrey and directed by Ron Howard, will be shown at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13. Admission is free, and the film is sponsored by Porte Brown.

  • Sign up for Literacy Connection’s McHenry County Human Race 5k Dec 9, 2014 4:41 PM
    Registration is now open for The Literacy Connection’s McHenry County Human Race 5k on April 26 at McHenry County College. Sign up now for a special rate through Dec. 31.

  • Hoffman Estates football team advances to Pop Warner national finals Dec 9, 2014 4:41 PM
    A Hoffman Estates youth football team is one win away from a national title after defeating a team from New Jersey on Tuesday in the 2014 Pop Warner Super Bowl. The championship game will be played at 7:30 a.m. Friday and broadcast live online on ESPN3.

  • Schaumburg wins Governor’s Hometown Award Dec 8, 2014 5:31 PM
    The village of Schaumburg has been presented with the Governor’s Hometown Award for its Older Adult Market, a free program that helps supply adults 60 and over with fresh market produce. Presented by Gov. Pat Quinn, the Governor’s Hometown Awards recognize volunteers for their work improving their communities.

  • Schaumburg students campaign to save monarch butterflies Dec 8, 2014 12:00 PM
    Students in Kim Savino’s classroom at Collins Elementary School in Schaumburg are on a mission. Simply put, they want local residents to “start seeing monarchs.”

  • Wines to Help Make The Season Bright Dec 8, 2014 4:51 PM
    For the past 35 years Lynfred Winery in Roselle has been warming up the holiday season with its spiced Christmas wines. The tradition was started by Lynfred founder Fred Koehler. Koehler’s family came to the Chicago area from Germany around the turn of the 19th century. In their homeland of Germany his winemaking family used to make warmed, spiced wines in the winter months to keep warm on frosty evenings. When he decided to open his winery in Roselle in 1979 he knew he wanted to carry on the family tradition with his own versions of mulled wines. 35 years later, Lynfred Winery’s Chilean winemaking team of Andres Basso and Rodrigo Gonzalez, carry on Fred’s vision and legacy with the Christmas Red, Christmas White and Glogg wines. Christmas Red wine is red wine steeped with cinnamon, orange and lemon peel, clove, allspice and nutmeg while the Christmas White features cardamom, cinnamon, oranges and clove. Lynfred also features a Glogg wine that is fortified with Port wine, and quite frankly, even better than grandma’s homemade Glogg! The Lynfred mulled wines are easy to serve; open the bottle, simmer the wine in a pan or crock pot and serve (did we mention how delicious the house will smell?). The Lynfred Christmas ($10) and Glogg ($12) Wines are available at Lynfred Winery in Roselle. The winery is on extended holiday hours and is open daily from 9 am to 9 pm through December 23rd. ### Lynfred Winery is the oldest and largest, continuously-operating, family winery in Illinois, producing over 70 varietals and 30,000 cases of fine wine per year. Since 1979, Lynfred Winery has offered guests the finest vintages, gourmet cuisine and luxurious lodging. Lynfred is truly one of Chicago’s most unique attractions. 15 South Roselle Road, Roselle, IL 60172 630.529.9463

  • Flexible M.B.A. students discover that profitability, sustainability can co-exist Dec 8, 2014 4:54 PM
    To meet rapidly growing demands for food, fresh water, timber, fiber and fuel, humans have changed ecosystems more rapidly and extensively during the last 50 years than in any comparable time in history, according to a study commissioned by the United Nations. These changes have contributed to gains in human well-being and economic development, but at a cost to future generations in the form of potential disease, abrupt alterations in water quality, the creation of “dead zones” in coastal waters, the collapse of fisheries, shifts in regional climate, and the degradation of tropical forests, coral reefs and dryland ecosystems. The social and environmental challenges humans face in the next 50 years is daunting. But amidst the growing crisis, companies have discovered an opportunity to do business in a way that has a positive social, environmental and financial impact. Companies that have the foresight to become sustainable leaders of tomorrow will be rewarded by record business opportunities and profitability. The Sustainable Business and Leadership concentration in the Flexible Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program at Benedictine University is training tomorrow’s sustainable leaders today. It is one of only two such concentrations available through the nearly two dozen Chicago-area colleges and universities that offer an M.B.A. degree. The concentration focuses on the need for sustainability and profitability. “Too often the need for profit in business is excluded during discussion of sustainability,” said Mark Kozak, M.B.A., business consultant and adjunct professor in the M.B.A. program at Benedictine. “The Sustainable Business and Leadership concentration at Benedictine emphasizes the balance between the needs of business to make a profit while demonstrating concern for the environment. “Those are the three P’s of sustainability … people, planet and profit,” he added. The Sustainable Business and Leadership concentration provides students with an understanding of the broad impact of sustainability, strategic opportunities to make sustainability profitable, and integrate sustainability principles, thinking and action throughout their organizations. Among the courses from which students may choose are “Essentials of Sustainable Leadership,” “Developing Sustainable Leaders,” “Leading Sustainable Organizations,” “Understanding the New Revolution in Sustainability” and “Sustainability as a Driver for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Market Growth.” The Sustainable Business and Leadership concentration at Benedictine differs from programs elsewhere because it is business-centric. “The program is business-focused, as opposed to strictly talking about environmental or people issues,” Kozak said. “Those aspects are important and integral to the whole concept of sustainability, but we lead with a business focus.” The program is most beneficial to professionals who work in the environmental, health and safety areas of business, as well as those in related regulatory and technical fields. “The concentration is a benefit to anyone looking to gain greater perspective on working with others,” Kozak said. “Through a discussion of sustainability, those who strongly support capitalism, environmentalism and social concerns can work together to understand each other’s needs and chart a path that achieves all three.” Benedictine also offers Sustainable Business and Leadership certificate program for students who are unable to complete the M.B.A. program but want to expand their knowledge in the subject area and add a meaningful credential to their resume. “The flexible M.B.A. program at Benedictine offers numerous opportunities for students to expand their skills in an array of interests, one of which is in the area of sustainability,” said Ricky Holman, J.D., assistant professor and chair, Graduate Business Administration. To learn more about the Sustainable Business and Leadership concentration in the M.B.A. program or the Sustainable Business and Leadership certificate program at Benedictine University, contact the Office of Admissions at (630) 829-6300 or admissions@ben.edu.

  • Sedgebrook woodworker brings new life to old finds Dec 8, 2014 1:18 PM
    Don Hollenbeck is disturbed by “move-in-ready” home makeover TV shows. “I can’t understand how people can just come into a place with things that someone else has picked out and set up for them,” said the woodworker and resident of Sedgebrook, a senior living community in Lincolnshire.

  • 162 adults wait for a Literacy Connection tutor Dec 8, 2014 1:04 PM
    The Literacy Connection needs more tutors. Sadly, 162 adults remain on the waiting list to share their goals with someone who can tutor them. Can you give just 1-2 hours per week to help someone achieve their goals in 2015? You will impact your life and someone else’s life in a profoundly positive way.

  • Holiday specials, open house at Gifts of the World Dec 8, 2014 1:46 PM
    Holiday specials and open house will be held from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13, at Gifts of the World Fair Trade Store, 888 S. Roselle Road, Schaumburg. The special open house event will feature free coffee, chocolate and Amish apple butter samples.

  • Build a bird feeder for migratory birds at Spring Valley Dec 8, 2014 1:38 PM
    Help birds energize and prepare for their long journey by building a birdfeeder 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 14, at Spring Valley Nature Center, 1111 E. Schaumburg Road.

  • College Students Invited To ‘College to Career Program’ at Library Dec 9, 2014 1:50 PM
    College students and recent graduates are invited to “College to Career,” from 1-3 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 11 in the Rasmussen North Room of the Schaumburg Township District Library, 130 S. Roselle Rd., Schaumburg.

  • Below Stairs: The Kitchen Maid Whose Memoirs Helped Inspire Downton Abbey Dec 9, 2014 1:50 PM
    What was life really like for the servants who worked below stairs in the era of Downton Abbey? In this program, lecturer Leslie Goddard portrays British servant Margaret Powell as she depicts life “below stairs” in stately English homes in the early 1920s.

  • Schaumburg Receives Governor’s Hometown Award Dec 9, 2014 1:50 PM
    The Village of Schaumburg was presented with the Governor’s Hometown Award for its Older Adult Market, a free program that helps supply adults 60 and over with fresh market produce.

  • Palatine Holiday Wine Tasting Fundraiser Hosted by C.A.T.I.F. Dec 9, 2014 1:50 PM
    C.A.T.I.F. [Celebrating All That Is Feminine] will be hosting their 2nd annual Holiday Wine Tasting Fundraiser on Wednesday, December 17 from 6-8pm at d'Vine Wine and Gifts. The Kappa Kappa Gamma GIRLS Academy is the beneficiary for the fundraiser. The organization provides support, mentoring

  • Monthly Coffee with the Council on December 13 Dec 9, 2014 1:50 PM
    The Village of Schaumburg invites the public to attend Coffee with the Council, a monthly informational meeting with village trustees.

  • Johnson goes from movie usher in a tux to Classic Cinemas CEO Dec 8, 2014 5:00 AM
    Kukec's People column features Chris Johnson, the new CEO of Classic Cinemas, who talks about his early days of wearing a tuxedo while working as an usher in his family'owned cinemas with film reels and free popcorn refills were the rage.

  • Parking spaces still an issue for Schaumburg apartment plan Dec 8, 2014 12:52 PM
    Schaumburg could get its first new apartment complex in about 30 years, if its developer can find a way to fit in the 50 more parking spaces demanded by the village’s zoning board. Chicago-based UrbanStreet Group LLC wants to build 192 apartments in six buildings on 6.5 acres at 680 E. Algonquin Road, near the Motorola Solutions campus.

Show 61-80 of 18,732 « previous next »
Latest Video


Most Commented
Top Jobs

    View all Top Jobs Place a job ad



    • Daily Herald eEdition Worship North suburbs - Worship North suburbs
    • Worship West suburbs - Worship West suburbs Zillow /real estate page
    • Dh innovation award 2 - Dh innovation award 2 Report card checker - report card checker
    • On Guard series Newspaper archives -- Monday or anyday
    • National Newspaper Week - National Newspaper Week



    Connect with a business or service in your area fast. First select a town, then enter a search term or choose one of the listed popular searches:

    Don't see your town listed? Visit our full directory to begin your search.