Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)

The Daily Herald is a daily newspaper both owned and published by Paddock Publications, Inc. First published in 1872, the Daily Herald is headquartered in Arlington Heights, Ill.The third largest newspaper in Illinois, the Daily Herald serves an area of about 1,300 square miles that includes Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties. The largest suburban newspaper in the Chicago area, the Daily Herald covers local and national news, as well as neighborhood and community events in the more than 90 communities it serves. Family owned and operated by the Paddocks for four generations, the Daily Herald started expanding in the late 1960s, growing from a weekly paper to five days a week and, finally, daily in 1981. It expanded its coverage area in the late 1980s and since 2000 has experiencd a growth in circulation of almost 20 percent in the suburban Chicago market. In 2010, the Daily Herald received a total of seven awards from the Inland Press Association's national journalism competition. Three of the awards were first place prizes in the areas of community leadership, explanatory journalism in the large-newspaper category (circulation over 75,000), and sports photography. In 2002, reporter Rukmini Callimachi was a finalist for the AP Managing Editors (APME) International Perspective Awards for a story and photographs that told about the lives of area immigrants through their own words. John Lampinen is Senior Vice President/Editor and Daniel E. Baumann is the Publisher.

Articles from April 5, 2011

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12 Years for 2ndman in Shooting
Byline: Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyheald.com -CLMN- A Palatine man whose former girlfriend taped him admitting his involvement in a shooting and home invasion pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder Monday in Rolling...
12 Years for 2nd Man in Shooting
Byline: Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyheald.com -CLMN- A Palatine man whose former girlfriend taped him admitting his involvement in a shooting and home invasion pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder Monday in Rolling...
12 Years for 2nd Man in Shooting of Lottery Winner
Byline: Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyheald.com -CLMN- A Palatine man whose former girlfriend taped him admitting his involvement in a shooting and home invasion pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder Monday in Rolling...
1 Percent Raise for Nonunion Wheaton Employees
Byline: Marco Santana msantana@dailyherald.com Nonunion workers in Wheaton are in line to receive a slight bump in pay during the next fiscal year. Just don't call it a step or merit increase. At Monday's council meeting, officials introduced...
A Big Gift forBurgess Field
Byline: Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com An anonymous donor is willing to donate enough money to put the campaign to install artificial turf at Geneva High School's Burgess Field over the goal line. The Geneva Community Unit School...
A Cherry-Picked Adaptation
Byline: Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com "El Nogalar," Tanya Saracho's modernized North Mexican adaptation of Anton Chekhov's 1904 Russian classic "The Cherry Orchard," comes across as more of an interesting writing exercise than an emotionally...
A Clean Break? Maybe Butler's Inspired Run Will Help Clean Up the NCAA
At 14 years of age, I realized for the first of many times that college sports might not always be on the up-and-up. My buddy and I knew Illinois' basketball players planned to stay at Champaign's fabled Chancellor Inn the night before a home game,...
After Delay, NASA Readies Mars Rover for Launch
Byline: Associated Press PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA engineers in California are putting the finishing touches on a Mars mega-rover before shipping it off to Florida for launch later this year. A small army of technicians has been working around...
Algebra II: The Best Equation for Success?
Byline: Peter Whoriskey Washington Post CONWAY, Ark. -- With its intricate mysteries of quadratics, logarithms and imaginary numbers, Algebra II often provokes a lament from high-schoolers. What exactly does this have to do with real life? ...
AL Pitching Comparison
AL pitching comparison 2010 TEAM (2010 VS OPP) (LAST 3 STARTS) PITCHERS LINE W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA W-L IP ERA HWG WHITE SOX Floyd (r) -130 10-13 4.08 13-18 2-2 26.2 4.72 ---...
AL Standings
AL standings East W L Pct GB Baltimore 4 0 1.000 -- New York 3 1 .750 1 Toronto 2 1 .667 1 1/2 Boston 0 3 .000 3 1/2 Tampa Bay 0 3 .000 3 1/2 Central...
Amazing Animals
Byline: Gilbert R. Boucher II gboucher@dailyherald.com It was amazing to watch Zeke effortlessly jump over hurdles and quickly navigate obstacles, climbing ladders and rushing through tunnels. The border collie responded instantly to the commands...
ArtReach Theatre to Produce 'Beauty and the Beast'
Byline: Submitted by Art Educational Theatre The Broadway musical "Beauty and the Beast" will be presented later this month at Harper College, produced by ArtReach Educational Theatre, in partnership with Spotlite Theatrix Production Company. ...
Batavia Drops 10-Inning Game at Glenbard N
Byline: Craig Brueske Daily Herald Correspondent With daylight fleeting and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning, Glenbard North's Brandon Clark was simply looking to put the ball in play. Clark did just that, as his hard-hit grounder...
Batavia Offering Discounted Rain Barrels
In anticipation of Earth Week, Batavia and the Conservation Foundation are collaborating to offer rain barrels for sale at a discounted price through April 22. In addition to the rain barrel sale, Batavia will be hosting a "Conservation@Home" program...
Batavia Splits on Senior Housing Plans
Byline: Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com Batavia's city council split on senior housing proposals Monday night by approving one, but not another. The council agreed to annex and rezone property off South Drive near Janet Lane, where...
Board to Get Peek at Church, Mosque Rules
Byline: Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com A DuPage County Board committee is expected to get its first look at a proposed set of zoning law amendments geared toward reducing the impact of new religious facilities on unincorporated residential...
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Events related to books and events that enrich your mind, such as lectures, classes, book signings, book club events, writers' group events, forums and discussions. Deadline is two weeks before event date. Barrington Writers Workshop Morning Group:...
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Events related to books and events that enrich your mind, such as lectures, classes, book signings, book club events, writers' group events, forums and discussions. Deadline is two weeks before event date. Barrington Writers Workshop Morning Group:...
Byrd Batting Third So Far Not So Good
It's a tricky spot for Cubs manager Mike Quade, to be sure. He's got veterans he doesn't want to lose, and egos to massage. But it's been apparent for about a month that Starlin Castro will wind up batting third for the Cubs, be it this season...
Can Hawks Handle Their Destiny?
Byline: Tim Sassone tsassone@dailyherald.com The Blackhawks still control their own destiny as the Western Conference playoff chase enters its week, but the way they've been playing it shouldn't give their fans much comfort. This is how it is...
Carmel Powers to Victory over Lakes
Byline: Daily Herald report Freshman Kathleen Felicelli nearly hit for the cycle and Sally Snarski smacked 2 doubles to power Carmel to a 7-2 victory over Lakes in softball on Monday. Felicelli had 3 hits, a single, a double and a triple. She...
Carol Stream OKs Budget
Byline: Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Carol Stream officials have continued to shrink the village's budget to deal with projected revenues that are flat, or in some cases, declining. On Monday, the village board approved a $43.1...
Caught Selling Beer to Minors
Byline: Sheila Ahern sahern@dailyherald.com Two prominent Wheeling restaurants were caught selling an alcoholic beverage to a minor during a villagewide sting in January. The owners of T.G.I. Friday's, 1500 Lake-Cook Road, and Tramonto's Steak...
Clearing Up the Dist. 300 Changes
Byline: Larissa Chinwah lchinwah@dailyherald.com Administrators in Community Unit District 300 answered questions from school board members and addressed students' and parents' concerns about the proposed schedule restructuring at the middle and...
Cougars Announce Their Opening Day Roster
Byline: Daily Herald reports The Kane County Cougars, in conjunction with the Kansas City Royals, have announced the team's official Opening Day roster. The squad includes the Royals' second round pick in the 2010 amateur draft, three players who...
Court OKs Arizona's Tax Break for Private Schools
Byline: Associated Press WASHINGTON -- A Supreme Court divided along ideological lines said Monday that ordinary taxpayers cannot challenge government programs that use tax breaks to direct money to religious activities. The court ruled 5-4 in...
Cubs Statistics
Cubs statistics (Through April 3) BATTERS AVG OBA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS E Castro .615 .643 13 4 8 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 DeWitt .500 .500 2 0 ...
Daily Herald Endorsements in Local Elections
Here is a summary of our endorsements in contested municipal and school races in Tuesday's election. Individual endorsement editorials can be found on the community pages at the Election 2011 link at dailyherald.com. Municipal races Arlington...
Daily Herald Endorsements in Local Elections
Here is a summary of our endorsements in contested municipal and school races in Tuesday's election. Individual endorsement editorials can be found on the community pages at the Election 2011 link at dailyherald.com. Municipal races Addison,...
Daily Herald Endorsements in Local Elections
Here is a summary of our endorsements in contested municipal and school races in Tuesday's election. Individual endorsement editorials can be found on the community pages at the Election 2011 link at dailyherald.com. Municipal races Antioch,...
Daily Herald Endorsements in Local Elections
Here is a summary of our endorsements in contested municipal and school races in Tuesday's election. Individual endorsement editorials can be found on the community pages at the Election 2011 link at dailyherald.com. Municipal races Algonquin,...
Decency Says to Confront Friend about Affair
Q. A friend revealed to me that she is having an affair with a good friend's husband. I wish she had not told me because it puts me in a very awkward position of keeping this secret both from her husband and the wife whose husband she is smugly sleeping...
DuPage Gets 1st Look at Church, Mosque Rules
Byline: Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com A DuPage County Board committee is expected to get its first look at a proposed set of zoning law amendments geared toward reducing the impact of new religious facilities on unincorporated residential...
Eaker, Saxons Win a Squeaker
Byline: Mike Garofola Daily Herald Correspondent Winning in the Mid-Suburban League is never easy. Just ask Schaumburg girls soccer coach Greg Charvat. He watched his club narrowly avert overtime when sophomore Jenna Eaker sent in the game-winner...
Email Breach Sparks Worries Banks, Credit Card Issuers Warn Their Customers
Byline: Peter Svensson Associated Press NEW YORK With the possible theft of millions of email addresses from an advertising company, several large companies have started warning customers to expect fraudulent emails that try to coax account login...
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Cora Esche of Barrington Visitation for Cora Esche (nee Van Henkelum), 80, will be on Tuesday, from 3 to 8 p.m. at Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home, 185 E. Northwest Highway, Palatine. She will be lying in state on Wednesday, from 9 a.m. until time of...
FAA to Order More Airliner Inspections
Byline: Bob Christie and Joan Lowy Associated Press PHOENIX -- Federal aviation officials readied an order Monday for emergency inspections on 80 U.S.-registered Boeing 737 jetliners like the one on which a piece of fuselage tore open more than...
Fairfield/Route 176 Project Debated
Byline: Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com The configuration of a $20 million proposal to move traffic through the intersection of Route 176 and Fairfield Road near Wauconda is not an easy choice. An overpass of Fairfield versus a widened...
Feds Urge Industry to Repair Pipelines
Byline: Michael Rubinkam Associated Press ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Federal transportation officials demanded Monday that pipeline companies speed up efforts to repair and replace aging oil and gas lines, saying recent deadly explosions in Pennsylvania...
Final Four Bet Pays off for Harper
Byline: Erin Brooks Media relations specialist, Harper College Harper College President Kenneth Ender's alma mater didn't win its game in Saturday's Final Four, but his school is still coming out a winner. As part of a bet between Ender and Harper...
First Ski Attempt in 30 Years Cut Short by Schoolmarm
The painkillers kick in and the narcotic fog merges the spring break fantasy in my head with the reality of the hospital report in my hand. I imagine that I need to be airlifted off the black-diamond ski run named "Snake Pit" after I catch too much...
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Betty J. Fordyce of Elmhurst Betty J. Fordyce, 86, died Saturday morning, April 2, 2011, surrounded by her family, at the Elmhurst Extended Care Center. Betty was born on Dec. 2, 1924, in Gilman, to Harold C. and Edith B. (nee Douglas) Wilson. Her...
Fox Lake Unveils New Website
Byline: Lee Filas lfilas@dailyherald.com Even Fox Lake Mayor Ed Bender said he had seen enough of the tired, old village website. "I felt like we were in the '80s working with that thing," Bender said. "I look at it now like we have moved into...
Garden Club of Lake Zurich: 7 P.M. Tuesday, April 5, St. Matthew's Lutheran Chur
Garden Club of Lake Zurich: 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, 22480 Old McHenry Road, Hawthorn Woods. The club will hold its monthly meeting. The program, "Put Glam In Your Garden With Lilies," will be presented by Dr. Woodruff...
GOP Maneuvers for Cuts as Shutdown Looms
Byline: David Espo Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Congressional Republicans maneuvered on two fronts Monday in the federal spending showdown, demanding Democrats agree to more than $33 billion in swift cuts and avoid a government shutdown at the...
Goranson Welcomes Spring Power Surge
Sophomore Nikki Goranson has found some new power in her softball bat, and she has a new teammate at Kankakee Community College. Actually, the "new" teammate isn't exactly all that new for Goranson. Kankakee freshman shortstop Olivia Roback and...
Gurnee Budget Depends on Tax, Camera Income
Byline: Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com Gurnee village board trustees Monday night gave final approval to a $50 million budget that includes projections for increased revenue from red-light camera violations and sales taxes. Village Administrator...
Gurnee Chooses 'Mockingbird' as Its Book for the Community
Events related to books and those that enrich your mind, such as book signings and sales, book clubs and writers' groups, lectures, classes and discussions. Deadline is two weeks before event date. One Book One Community: 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 5,...
Gurnee Sisters Have Big Finish at Midwest Open Meet
Byline: Submitted by Jane Feely You never forget your first trophy -- and if you've worked hard all season, honing your skills and improving your scores, that first trophy is so sweet. And, when your older sister has an impressive collection...
Healthy Soto Showing Cubs He's on Top of His Game
Byline: Bruce Miles bmiles@dailyherald.com Cubs catcher Geovany Soto is serving notice that he's back, strong and healthy. In the first four games of the season, the Pirates and the Diamondbacks have attempted 6 stolen bases against Soto and...
Hibbing, Lakes Weather Knights
Byline: Bill Pemstein Daily Herald Correspondent On paper, it looked to be a tough day for Grayslake North. Monday's schedule called for coach Andy Strahan's baseball team to travel to Lakes High School. Not only was the weather downright cold,...
Higher Price for Thehappy Couples
Byline: Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com Staging wedding receptions or other events at the Greenbelt Cultural Center near North Chicago likely will cost more after an expansion project ends this fall, according to a Lake County Forest Preserve...
Hoffman Estates Residents Air Concerns over Cell Tower
Byline: Ashok Selvam aselvam@dailyherald.com The night before Election Day wasn't a quiet one in Hoffman Estates as residents aired out their concerns about a proposed cell phone tower at High Point Park. The complaints heard Monday at village...
Honor Rolls Daniel Wright Junior High School Fremont Middle School
Daniel Wright Junior High School in Lincolnshire has named the following students to honor rolls for the second quarter of the 2010-11 school year: HIGH HONOR ROLL Eighth grade: Michael Abraham, Carl Ausmees, Jennifer Baker, Ethan Becker, Victoria...
Hub to Buy Exel
Hub to buy Exel DOWNERS GROVE -- Hub Group Inc., one of the nation's leading freight transportation management companies, announced Monday that it purchased Exel Transportation Services for about $83 million. ETS is now a wholly-owned subsidiary...
Illinois Lawmakers Debate Rights of Pregnant Workers
Byline: Jeff Engelhardt jengelhardt@dailyherald.com SPRINGFIELD -- State lawmakers are wrangling over whether pregnant women should get more workplace protection in Illinois. Legislation sponsored by Sen. Terry Link, a Waukegan Democrat, would...
Is Couric Leaving Anchor Post? Yes, One Source Says
Byline: David Bauder Associated Press NEW YORK -- Katie Couric is leaving her anchor post at "CBS Evening News" less than five years after becoming the first woman to solely helm a network TV evening newscast. A network executive, who spoke on...
Janota's Learning Leadership Lessons
Byline: Dave Oberhelman doberhelman@dailyherald.com Neuqua Valley's Jaime Janota has gained an appreciation of a track and field head coach's responsibilities -- now that he is one. Though it's proved to be a community effort, Janota has taken...
Japan Plant Dumps Radioactive Water into Sea
Byline: Mari Yamaguchi and Yuri Kageyama Associated Press TOKYO -- Workers began pumping more than 3 million gallons of contaminated water from Japan's tsunami-ravaged nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean on Monday, freeing storage space for even...
'Just like Living at Home'
Byline: Marco Santana msantana@dailyherald.com When her son moved from Lombard to Algonquin 15 years ago, then-octogenarian Jessie Joniak said "no." She did not want to move away from the area in which she had lived more than a decade. The...
Law Should Allow Us to Videotape Cops
Law should allow us to videotape cops I read your coverage of the brutal Streamwood cop convicted of beating a citizen repeatedly with a baton. The judge praised the video from the cop's own cruiser as the evidence instrumental in bringing justice....
Little City Earns Highest Industry Accreditation
Byline: Submitted by Rick Johnson, Little City Continuing its long-standing run of consistently achieving and delivering high-quality services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Little City Foundationrecently...
'Mounds of Debris Everywhere' Elmhurst Volunteer Mark Dyer Is on the Ground in Japan to Aid Recovery Efforts
Byline: Susan Dibble sdibble@dailyherald.com By Susan Dibble sdibble@dailyherald.com The Daily Herald recently interviewed Mark Dyer of Elmhurst, a response team member for ShelterBox International, a relief organization that sends volunteers...
Movie Guide
KEY: Four stars: superior. Three stars: good. Two stars: average. One star: poor. D (drug use), L (language), N (nudity), S (sexual situations, references), V (violence). Ratings by Dann Gire, Daily Herald Film Critic, unless otherwise noted. Picks...
Mr. President, It's Time to Go to Israel
J Street, the pro-peace, pro-Israel lobbying group, is circulating a petition calling on President Obama to go to Israel in the very near future. In my view, they are absolutely right. Such a trip is absolutely essential for two reasons. The first...
National Library Week Kicks off in Schaumburg
Byline: Submitted by Susan Miura, Schaumburg Township District Library Blossom at the Schaumburg Township District Library with face painting, a caricature artist and puppet workshops during the National Library Week kickoff celebration from noon-3...
Need to Reward Results, Not Seniority
Need to reward results, not seniority I was pleasantly surprised to see your March 30 headline, "Should seniority outweigh performance?" I would think that for most individuals, the obvious answer is a resounding no. From my viewpoint, I find it...
Noah: (Rodman) Was Always a Hero of Mine
Byline: Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com This might come as a shock to some basketball observers, but Bulls center Joakim Noah carries a healthy respect for Dennis Rodman, the often eccentric rebounding machine who will be inducted into the Naismith...
No Bull: Rodman Elected to Hall
Byline: Associated Press HOUSTON -- Dennis Rodman earned plenty of labels during his sometimes turbulent NBA career. Here's one the player who created chaos on -- and sometimes off -- the court never expected: Hall of Famer. Rodman headlined...
North Central College
* The following events and programs are offered by North Central College, 30 N. Brainard St., Naperville. Info: (630) 637-5300 or northcentralcollege.edu unless otherwise noted. Transfer day: North Central hosts a Visit Day for transfer students...
Northwest Suburbs in 60 Seconds
No injuries in Long Grove fire: Long Grove fire officials said no one was injured in a late Sunday fire on the 2200 block of Stayton Lane. Officials said lightning struck a satellite dish and traveled through the electrical system, causing a small...
Obama Relents on Trials
Byline: Pete Yost and Eileen Sullivan Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Yielding to political opposition, the Obama administration gave up Monday on trying avowed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four alleged henchmen in civilian federal...
Obama to Campaign on Record of Progress
Byline: Perry Bacon Jr. and Scott Wilson Washington Post WASHINGTON -- In announcing Monday morning that he would seek reelection, President Barack Obama launched a 20-month campaign that will aim to cast him as bringing about change while successfully...
Ocean Life Can Handle Radioactive Leaks, Experts Say
Byline: Associated Press NEW YORK -- Releases of radioactive water into the ocean near Japan's stricken nuclear complex shouldn't pose a widespread danger to sea animals or people who might eat them, experts say. That's basically because of dilution....
Oh, Man, There's a Lot to Talk about with Sox
Let's take a step back and review the weekend before the White Sox play a quick two-game series at Kansas City and return to the South Side for Thursday's home opener. *?Lot of frustration out there on the heels of Sunday's 7-1 loss at Cleveland....
Owing to Rowing, Haws Has Impact at Minnesota
As a senior at Libertyville High School four years ago, Ali Haws was one of the top volleyball, basketball and softball players in the area. She had interest from colleges in all three sports. But Haws always dreamed of going to the University...
Panthers Take Batavia in 10
Byline: Craig Brueske Daily Herald Correspondent With daylight fleeting and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning, Glenbard North's Brandon Clark was simply looking to put the ball in play. Clark did just that, as his hard-hit grounder...
Perryman Pitches Maroons to 6th Win
Byline: Daily Herald report Freshman Jennah Perryman allowed just 3 hits and No. 20 Elgin overcame a 3-0 first-inning deficit to beat Buffalo Grove 7-4 Monday in nonconference softball action. Anna Eckholm had a double for the Maroons (6-1) and...
Police Reports
Batavia * Someone shattered the rear window of a vehicle in a parking lot in the 800 block of North Randall Road, it was reported at 3:18 p.m. Sunday, police said. * An iPod Touch was stolen sometime last month on Sauk Drive, it was reported...
Police Reports
Elgin * Elmer Velasquez, 17, of the 300 block of DuPage Street in Elgin, appeared in bond court Monday for the highest class felony after being arrested Sunday on charges of delivering less than 15 grams of cocaine within 1,000 feet of Gifford Park...
Polling Places
ALGONQUIN TOWNSHIP 1. Old Algonquin village hall, first floor meeting room, 2 S. Main St., Algonquin 2. Immanuel Lutheran Church narthex, 178 McHenry Ave. (McHenry & Church), Crystal Lake 3. S.S. Peter & Paul Church Annex, 410 N. First...
Polling Places
AURORA TOWNSHIP 1. Union Congregational Church, 405 W. State St., North Aurora 13. Messenger Public Library of North Aurora, 113 Oak St., North Aurora 14. Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 801 Oak St., North Aurora 15. Blessed Sacrament...
Quade's Surprising Moves All the Talk
One of the quickest ways to take pressure off a bullpen is to get some offense. The Cubs gave their busy relievers some much-needed exhaling room Monday with 2 runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to turn a 2-1 game into a 4-1 victory over the...
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Louise Poulin Quinn a 43-year resident of Des Plaines Louise Poulin Quinn entered her eternal reward on Saturday, April 2, 2011, after a long and painful fight with Alzheimer's. It is with great joy that Louise can rejoin her beloved husband and best...
Reach out and Run 5K Is Saturday
Byline: Daily Herald report The fifth annual Reach Out and Run 5Krun/walk is set for Saturday, April 9, at Independence Grove in Libertyville. This year is shaping up to be the largest attended event, according to organizers, who said the race...
Recent Home and Property Sales Algonquin Carpentersville East Dundee Elgin Fox River Grove Hampshire Huntley Lake in the Hills Pingree Grove South Elgin West Dundee
For a full list of property sales, visit dailyherald.com. $254,000; 4450 Whitehall Lane, Algonquin, 60102; sold Feb. 23, by Thomas J. Blancett IV to Trent J. Knanishu and Tina M. Knanishu. $200,000; 411 Greens View Drive, Algonquin, 60102; sold...
Recent Home and Property Sales Arlington Heights Buffalo Grove Des Plaines Long Grove Mount Prospect Prospect Heights Rolling Meadows Wheeling
For a full list of property sales, visit www.dailyherald.com. $615,000; 1906 N. Highland Ave., Arlington Heights, 60004; Sold on Feb. 23, 2011, by C & C Homes LLC. to Michael Palombo and Angela Figg. $459,500; 411 E. Mayfair Road, Arlington...
Recent Home and Property Sales Barrington Hoffman Estates Inverness Long Grove North Barrington Palatine Schaumburg Tower Lakes
For a full list of property sales, visit www.dailyherald.com. $551,000; 739 Prairie Ave., Barrington, 60010; Sold on March 2, 2011, by BBT Prairie Barrington LLC. to Davin Engelson and Courtney Engelson. $165,000; 1250 Campbell Lane, Hoffman...
Recent Home and Property Sales Bartlett Elk Grove Village Hanover Park Hoffman Estates Inverness Roselle Schaumburg Streamwood
For a full list of property sales, visit www.dailyherald.com. $570,000; 796 Duxbury Lane, Bartlett, 60103; Sold on Feb. 25, 2011, by US Bank NA Trustee to Roland Williby Jr and Jalpa Pandya. $240,000; 2039 Grovetown Drive, Bartlett, 60103; Sold...
Recent Home and Property Sales Batavia Elburn Geneva Montgomery North Aurora St. Charles Sugar Grove Wayne
For a full list of property sales, visit dailyherald.com. $220,000; 627 Franklin St., Batavia, 60510; sold Feb. 18, by Alan M. Brauer to Keith A. Jacobi. $184,000; 812 Gosselin Circle, Batavia, 60510; sold Feb. 23, by Nancy S. Dwyer to Adelina...
Retrial in 2003 Murder Begins
Byline: Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- The retrial of Darren Denson accused in a 2003 murder in Elgin began Monday, with prosecutors arguing that the former Chicago man wanted in on a plan to rob a drug dealer...
Retrial under Way in 2003 Elgin Murder
Byline: Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- The retrial of Darren Denson -- accused in a 2003 murder in Elgin -- began Monday, with prosecutors arguing that the former Chicago man wanted in on a plan to rob a drug...
Roberts Lifts Hawks to First Win
Byline: Daily Herald report The last start for Hoffman Estates junior Mark Roberts had a tough ending as he lost his shutout and game to Huntley in the seventh inning. Roberts had a tough beginning Monday as he gave up a triple and a run-scoring...
Rosary Runs over Hampshire
Byline: John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com With an .800 on-base percentage entering Monday's game against Hampshire, Rosary leadoff hitter Brenda Rocha certainly knows how to ignite the Royals' offense. Rocha did it again against the Whip-Purs,...
Rosary Sprints Past Whips
Byline: John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com With an .800 on-base percentage entering Monday's game against Hampshire, Rosary leadoff hitter Brenda Rocha certainly knows how to ignite the Royals' offense. Rocha did it again against the Whip-Purs,...
Rose Doesn't Mind Tough Love
Byline: Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com There is no doubting Derrick Rose and first-year coach Tom Thibodeau have been on the same page since they first joined forces last summer. With the Bulls sitting atop the Eastern Conference standings...
Sbarro Pizza Chain Files for Bankruptcy
Byline: Tiffany Kary and David McLaughlin Bloomberg Sbarro Inc., operator of more than 1,000 pizza restaurants worldwide, sought bankruptcy protection to eliminate about $200 million in debt after sales slowed and cheese costs rose. The chain...
Scandora, Falcons Calmly Top Downers Grove South
Byline: Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com Facing one of the state's top baseball teams with one of the best pitchers on the mound clearly didn't faze Wheaton North starter Eric Scandora. It didn't seem to bother his teammates, either. Scandora...