Melissa Silverberg

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District 25 says ‘Sayonara’ to Japanese exchange students

May 23 2016 | 10:50 pm - After five days of cultural exchanges, Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 students said goodbye to new friends they made during a student exchange program with students from Shitara, Japan.

Senior housing on former Dominick’s site gets support in Rolling Meadows

May 23 2016 | 5:19 pm - A plan to bring a senior housing development to the former Dominick’s along Kirchoff Road is moving forward to the Rolling Meadows plan commission after city officials and residents got an update on the proposal last week. Several residents...

Two students, one dream: Graduation not a sure thing at schools like East Aurora

May 23 2016 | 9:31 am - Language barriers, lack of supplies, a dearth of role models. No matter how motivated, students who come from poor families have a pockmarked road to high school graduation. Meet Cynthia Ramos and Angel Gutierrez, two East Aurora High School seniors...

How the odds are stacked against East Aurora students

May 23 2016 | 3:10 pm - Too many students on the east side of Aurora face a bleak future because of poverty - their own and that of their school district, East Aurora Unit District 131. In another chapter of our ongoing Generations at Risk series, we examine how difficult...

Arlington Heights police honor fallen officers

May 20 2016 | 4:27 pm - The Arlington Heights Police Department gathered this week to honor fallen police officers across the nation, and pay special tribute to three of its own officers killed in the line of duty.

Tony’s Fresh Market opens in Prospect Heights

May 20 2016 | 12:00 pm - Tony’s Fresh Market opened on Rand Road in Prospect Heights this week, only two months after the former Ultra Foods closed in the same spot.

Dawn Patrol: Cubs top Brewers in 13 innnings

May 19 2016 | 5:47 am - Cubs outlast Brewers in 13 innings. Main suspect in Elgin kidnapping, torture captured. Schaumburg business owner accused of underpaying workers. Five suburban high schools hold commencement ceremonies. Sugar Grove woman missing. No one hurt in...

Police seek help finding Sugar Grove woman with Alzheimer's

May 19 2016 | 6:57 am - Officials are asking for help locating a missing woman with Alzheimer's disease.

No one injured at Wauconda house fire

May 18 2016 | 10:34 pm - No one injured during a house fire Wednesday afternoon in Wauconda.

Schaumburg business owner accused of underpaying union workers

May 18 2016 | 7:30 pm - The owner of a Schaumburg construction company was charged in federal criminal court on Wednesday after being accused of intentionally underpaying his union-affiliated employees by more than $1.5 million and underfunding their pension and welfare...

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