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Arlington Heights Historical Society's 21st Annual House Walk and Tea
The Arlington Heights Historical Society presents the 21st Annual House Walk and Tea on Sunday, June 8, 2014, from 12-5pm.
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Editorial: Potential for train service is welcome news
Associated Press Gov. Pat Quinn announced last week the development of Amtrak service from Chicago to Rockford.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Arts community colleagues remember Ray Shepardson:...
Ray Shepardson's apparent suicide in downtown Aurora on Monday evening has left the Paramount Theatre president struggling with emotions a and for answers.
Northwest suburban police blotter
He met with the male scammer around 4:55 p.m. April 13 at the Metra depot, 45 W. Northwest Hwy.
Gambling Opponents Trying to Make Their Voices Heard
It's what communities deserve, says the Rev. John Alan Boryk, a retired United Methodist pastor from Des Plaines and part of the Stop Predatory Gambling campaign.
Artists, writers shine in community contest
Dustin Beelow of Elk Grove High School shows his artwork to Bill Dussling, president of the District 214 board, during the annual Arts Unlimited reception and program held Wednesday at Forest View Education Center in Arlington Heights.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Local artists' works on display at local businesses
The Northwest Cultural Council recently changed the art on exhibit at several locations through its Corporate Gallery Exhibition program.
UPS for DownS Theatre Company Brings the Big Apple to Arlington Heights
The UPS for DownS Theatre Company is community-based musical theatre for people with Down syndrome, their friends and peers.
Arlington Heights planning community bike ride
The ride, tentatively scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 14, will include a 12-mile route and a shorter, 2-mile or 3-mile route for families with small children, said Alan Medsker, chair of the village's bicycle and pedestrian commission.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Changes in leadership made at 209-U schools
Marney Simon Staff writer The 2014-1015 school year will put some familiar faces in new places inside the Wilmington School District.
Man pleads guilty to 2012 sexual assault of child
A suburban Chicago man has pleaded guilty to a criminal sexual assault charge in a 2012 attack on a 7-year-old girl.
Women with cancer receive free house cleanings from maid services
Kara Colantuono, right, gets a kiss from her mom, Chris Colantuono, as Sarah Buhle, left, with The Maids of DuPage County works at cleaning Kara's Wheaton condo.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Prom dress donations thrill girls from District 214
More than 100 students from Northwest Suburban High School District 214 shopped for their prom dresses and accessories for free this week thanks to donations from the community.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Arlington Hts. church recreates the march into Jerusalem
The Rev. Claudio Diaz Jr. leads prayers with parishioners before leading a Palm Sunday procession from St. Thomas Villanova in Palatine to Mission San Juan Diego in Arlington Heights.
Suburban bands perform at Hersey invitational
Naperville North Symphonic Wind Ensemble conducted by Daniel Moore performs at the 14th Annual Chicagoland Invitational at Hersey High School on Saturday in Arlington Heights.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Everyonea s Irish at Mount Prospect fest
Garrett Zach, 4, of Palatine says his favorite part of watching his sister Clare dance for Trinity Academy of Irish Dance is "looking at all the pretty costumes."
The Doings Weekly
Weird Crime: Peanut butter and jelly sandwich causes crash and more
A man was so engrossed in eating his peanut butter and jelly sandwich that he drove his car into a utility pole, Park Ridge police say.
Mount Prospect police seek witnesses to scooter crash
Mount Prospect police are looking for witnesses who might have seen a 79-year-old man crash his scooter Thursday night on Euclid Avenue.
Humans' turn to be trained, with comfort dogs' help
"That's the way life is for me," Daehler, 71, said. "And I have to accept that's the way it is."
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Mom Points Finger at Daughter to Avoid Felony Makeup Pinch: OMGPD
OMGPD, a collection of Patch Chicago's weird and noteworthy crime reports, appears weekly.