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 June 13, 2006

302 West Restaurant Crew Finds New Niche
Byline: Rupa Shenoy Daily Herald Staff Writer Chef Jeremy Lycan and other employees of Geneva's former 302 West will open their own version of the restaurant just down the street, Lycan said Monday. "I had offers (of employment) from many restaurants,...
Actress Keeps Lunch Date with Area Students
Byline: Eileen O. Daday The same week actress Bonnie Hunt appeared on "Late Show with David Letterman," and "Live With Regis and Kelly," she kept another important engagement, this time with a group of Mount Prospect students. Hunt flew in Friday...
A Fabulous Concept Carol Stream Business Owners Use Their Store to Help Those Less Fortunate
Byline: Lauren Heist Beep Staff Writer Kristin Sudol thinks every woman should look good. That's why she sells handbags in eccentric colors and fabrics, handmade jewelry, scarves and more. But she also thinks every woman should feel good about...
All's Quiet on Arlington Heights Teardown Front Once Controversial Issue Generating Not So Much as a Whimper from Residents
Byline: Sheila Ahern Daily Herald Staff Writer What a difference a year makes. In April 2005, Arlington Heights village trustees rejected a moratorium on teardowns. Before the meeting, village leaders received hundreds of heated letters and e-mails...
Almost Too Good to Be True for Oak Lawn's Mackowiak, Joining White Sox like a Little Slice of Heaven
Byline: John Dietz Daily Herald Sports Writer Last December, as Rob Mackowiak was working out at Pittsburgh's spring-training facility in Florida, his cell phone rang. He looked down ... and his heart skipped a beat. "I was like, 'Oh my God....
A New Orleans State of Mind
Byline: Mark Guarino Daily Herald Music Critic When Katrina slammed into New Orleans last fall, it silenced the music making there only temporarily. What rose up soon after were mostly tribute collections, either recordings of old songs cast with...
Another Starry Night for Sox' Contreras
Byline: Scot Gregor Daily Herald Sports Writer ARLINGTON, Texas - After yet another superb outing Monday night, Jose Contreras just might have retreated to his hotel room and pulled out his resume. Already glowing from his performance in the...
Bartlett Center Still Searching for National Retailer
Byline: Emily Ngo Daily Herald Staff Writer In downtown Bartlett's new Town Center, commercial space is being steadily leased to local enterprises. But leasing to national retailers is another matter. Developers and village officials alike...
Board Member Maneuvers to Replace Leader
Byline: Joseph Ryan Daily Herald Staff Writer A range of influential black politicians came out in support of Cook County Commissioner Bobbie Steele Monday, saying she should temporarily take John Stroger's place as Cook County Board president....
Book-Club Reality Series Comes off as Pure Fiction
Byline: Ted Cox The women of CBS' new "Tuesday Night Book Club" don't talk about the book they're reading - they're lucky if they even cracked a page - so much as they gossip and boast and commiserate about their personal lives. All right, that...
Burlington Woman Recalled for Her Sweetness and Pride
Byline: Whitney Woodward Daily Herald Staff Writer Hazel Lenschow ~ 1910-2006 When Hazel Lenschow, 96, found something she liked, she stuck with it. She was married to her husband, Edwin, for almost 73 years. She was an active member of...
Cary Prepares for Another Head Count
Byline: Whitney Woodward Daily Herald Staff Writer Cary's official population today stands at 17,220. In just a couple of months, that figure may jump to 18,500. Village officials say Cary's population has grown significantly over the past...
Charles Lester Wimbley
Charles Lester Wimbley Charles Lester Wimbley was born Sept. 11, 1945, in Shorter, Ala., to the late Mabel (nee Simpson) Jackson and Jessie Wimbley. He died Monday, May 29, 2006, in Barrington. Charles attended Kalamazoo Central High School, where...
Common Prairie Path Alert Sounds like a Good Business Venture
Byline: Kim Mikus Two local marathon runners who enjoy spending time on the bike paths with their families are attempting to make the trails safer. Dave Kuhlman of Lombard and Steve Lutz of Glen Ellyn created a company selling T-shirts and hats...
Cup Runneth over with Apologies
Byline: Burt Constable Carrying old baggage of ignorance and indifference, my new soccer self simply strives to not irritate today's World Cup fans. In 1994, when the World Cup came to Chicago, I wrote a snarky column noting that one of the best...
Developers Await More Sewer Capacity
Byline: Jameel Naqvi Daily Herald Staff Writer Growth has outpaced the sewer system in Hampshire - and that has put the brakes on any new residential building until late 2008. Hampshire's sewer system can't handle the current rate of residential...
District 204 Approves New Teacher Pact
Byline: Sara Hooker Daily Herald Staff Writer Last fall, Indian Prairie officials vowed to avoid the near strike situation neighboring Naperville Unit District 203 faced while negotiating its teachers' contracts. The board of education followed...
Drive-In Nostalgia about More Than Just Night of Entertainment
Byline: Amy Boerema Daily Herald Staff Writer Going to the Hi-Lite 30 Drive-in was a family adventure for Rayanne Carlson. One of the Aurora woman's favorite childhood memories is dressing in pajamas, popping popcorn, then lugging pillows and...
Driver Charged with DUI after Car Slams into Garage
Byline: Sue Ter Maat Daily Herald Staff Writer A Mount Prospect man was charged Monday morning after his car crashed into a garage on the 400 block of Arlington Heights Road in Elk Grove Village. Esteban Quintero, 25, of the 1700 block of Chariot...
DuPage County in 60 Seconds
Driver hurt in accident: A driver was trapped inside his van after it flipped into a ditch Monday afternoon along the eastbound Reagan Memorial Tollway between Windsor and York roads. Oak Brook firefighters responded at 12:09 p.m. Passing motorists...
Editorials
Let's have debates on many issues The Associated Press tells us that Gov. Rod Blagojevich has challenged his Republican opponent, Judy Baar Topinka, to a debate on health care. Topinka's camp says she will debate the governor again, but she wants...
Eight Republicans Jockey for Shot at County Board Seat
Byline: Robert Sanchez Daily Herald Staff Writer Officially, local Republican leaders haven't selected a process to replace deceased District 4 board member John Noel on the November ballot. But that hasn't stopped a crowded field of GOP hopefuls...
Elburn Questions Feasibility of Crossing
Byline: Charlotte Norgaard Daily Herald Correspondent After further investigation into a pedestrian overpass over Elburn's railroad tracks, or a tunnel under them, some village leaders are questioning whether either alternative would be worth the...
Elgin May Extend Tax District
Byline: Christine Byers Daily Herald Staff Writer For 20 years, Elgin Area School District U-46 and other local taxing bodies have watched as a special taxing deal has ignited development along South Grove Avenue - fattening only the city's coffers....
Ever Wonder
Ever wonder what is the most common lost item at Six Flags? With people twirling, flying and swinging on all those rides, what are they losing? Cell phones? Wallets? What happens to unclaimed items? When standing in line for a coaster at Great America,...
Fire Alarm Monitoring at Businesses Could Become City-Only Job
Byline: Jill Jedlowski Daily Herald Staff Writer A potential change in how some Naperville fire alarms are monitored sparked worries at a Monday meeting between business and political leaders. Representatives from five security companies turned...
First Czech Goal Spells Doom for U.S
Byline: Chris Armas I'm a little surprised at the result of Monday's game, the United States' 3-0 loss to the Czech Republic, maybe because in my heart I was thinking that we had put ourselves in position for a tie or a win. I think people within...
Fox Valley in 60 Seconds
Water treatment in Batavia: As part of overall water system improvements, Batavia will disinfect its water on the west side differently beginning next month. For about 15 years, households west of the Fox River have been supplied by shallow well...
Freak Back Injury Has Furyk Hurting
Byline: Mike Spellman Daily Herald Sports Writer MAMARONECK, N.Y. -Brush, rinse but don't repeat. That has to be the mantra of defending Western Open champion Jim Furyk, who had to withdraw from the Barclays Classic in Westchester last week after...
Geneva School Board Considers Referendum
Byline: Mark Foster Daily Herald Correspondent The Geneva school board is expected to vote in two weeks on its $157 million, 10-year master plan for new school buildings, additions and upgrades. To finance the first, $77 million phase of the...
Glen Ellyn Resident Didn't Let Polio Stop Her
Byline: Marni Pyke Daily Herald Staff Writer Eight years left to live was the prognosis doctors gave Muriel Nack in 1952 after a severe bout of polio left her unable to walk. "We fooled them," Nack's husband, Harvey, said Monday. Nack died...
Gotta Go? Naperville Tries to Find Way to Offer Public Restrooms
Byline: Jake Griffin Daily Herald Staff Writer Downtown Naperville was created to make people want to stop, but some are complaining there's no place to go. Some business owners are calling for the city to dot downtown with public restrooms so...
Hardy Joins Hawks' Staff
Byline: Tim Sassone Daily Herald Sports Writer The Blackhawks filled their assistant coach vacancy on Monday by hiring former NHL defenseman Mark Hardy. The 47-year-old Hardy replaces Bruce Cassidy on head coach Trent Yawney's staff. Cassidy...
Hop to It: 'Frogs' Exhibit Shows Amphibians' True Colors
Byline: Samantha Nelson Daily Herald Correspondent A tiny poison dart frog, a shade of bright blue rarely seen outside of a crayon box, stares out regally from its throne between the blades of a fern. He's incredibly cute, incredibly deadly and...
Huge Water Park Eyed for Hoffman
Byline: Ed Fanselow Daily Herald Staff Writer A massive new indoor water park resort planned for the Prairie Stone business park in Hoffman Estates would be among the 10 largest in the country, its developers said Monday during their first presentation...
'I Want to Live a Normal Life' Gangs Cast Long Shadow for Those Who Seek to Escape
Byline: Elena Ferrarin Reflejos Staff Writer A couple of weeks ago, Oscar Melendez and his girlfriend were going to meet some friends at The Cove, a bar in Waukegan. When they got to the door, the bouncer checked their IDs and told Melendez he...
'I Was Born to Do This' Saying the Law Is on Her Side, a Mexican-American Leads the Charge in Illinois against Illegal Immigrants
Byline: Emily Krone Daily Herald Staff Writer Protesters supporting illegal immigrants had drowned out a debate planned by religious leaders at a Chicago church. They hurled individual invectives -"go home racist Nazis," "Minutemen kill" - which...
Lack of Money Keeping Many of Our Nation's Elderly Malnourished
Byline: Cecelia Sanders June 6 was National Hunger Awareness Day. Worldwide, almost one- half, close to 3 billion people, live in poverty. According to the World Health Organization, "hunger and malnutrition cause more deaths worldwide than AIDS,...
Lake County in 60 Seconds
Fairgrounds sale stalls: Possible sale of the Lake County fairgrounds stalled Monday, after the general membership of the fair association had questions about a new site for the fair. In a rare special meeting, members could have authorized the...
Lake Zurich Board to Vote on Tax
Byline: Madhu Krishnamurthy Daily Herald Staff Writer A limited number of future downtown Lake Zurich residents and businesses will pay a special tax if the village board approves a measure at next Monday's board meeting. A public hearing on...
Lindenhurst Firms Up Smoking Ban Ordinance
Byline: Corrinne Hess Daily Herald Staff Writer Beginning Nov. 16, Lindenhurst will likely join a handful of Lake County municipalities that have banned smoking in their communities. The village board still has to officially vote on the ban at...
Local Author to Appear on Book TV
Byline: Eileen O. Daday Daily Herald Correspondent C-SPAN2's Book TV Bus pulled into the Indian Trails Public Library in Wheeling last week, and officials brainstormed over a local nonfiction author to feature. The 45-foot customized bus featured...
Man Had Lifelong Love of Farming
Byline: Eileen O. Daday Daily Herald Correspondent Neil Keisler ~ 1948-2006 All Neil Keisler ever wanted to be was a farmer. The former Elgin resident grew up on one of the last remaining farms in Barrington Hills - on Penny Road between Higgins...
Mental Health Less Critical? Dist. 214 Board Members Question Limit on Insurance Benefit
Byline: Erin Holmes Daily Herald Staff Writer It's been done for years, and it already has been approved unanimously by Northwest Suburban High School District 214's insurance committee. But two board members say they're not keen on a medical...
Meth Lab Suspect's Bond Raised Once Again
Byline: Tony Gordon Daily Herald Legal Affairs Writer A man accused of manufacturing methamphetamine in a Libertyville townhouse had his bond increased Monday for the third time since his arrest. Scott Erb, 38, again tested positive for cocaine...
Mitchell, West Stars Shut Down East's Best
Byline: John Leusch Daily Herald Sports Writer The A-Train had her A-plus game at Monday's 13th annual Mid- Suburban League senior all-star softball game at Barrington. Amy Mitchell, an all-area performer and the winningest pitcher in Palatine...
More Bang for the Buck? Not These Cubs
Byline: Bruce Miles Daily Herald Sports Writer Nobody will ever accuse the Cubs of being a "Moneyball" organization, and not just because the term "on-base percentage" isn't in their lexicon. But "Moneyball," Michael Lewis' groundbreaking book,...
N. Aurora Raises Pay for Board
Byline: John Johnston Daily Herald Correspondent North Aurora will increase stipends for some of its officials by 25 percent next year after the village board Monday approved a pay schedule for the next 11 years. The increase will not affect...
Navy Gate Could Spark Economy N. Chicago Hopes Project Pays Off
Byline: Bob Susnjara Daily Herald Staff Writer Construction is to begin next week on a Great Lakes Naval Station road project expected to help trigger a renaissance for neighboring North Chicago's business district. Federal and state officials...
New Bridge Creates Fitting Entranceway to Downtown
Byline: Stephanie Penick The historic Main Street bridge has been rebuilt again and I'd say it's finally finished and wide open to downtown Naperville. In recent months, workers have put the finishing touches on the handsome new expansion over...
New Self-Cleaning Toilets Wash Away Fears of Germs and about Safety
Byline: Jake Griffin Daily Herald Staff Writer Public restrooms are filthy and unsafe. At least that's the perception some have about communal toilets. But there are companies spending billions of dollars worldwide trying to change that image....
New Sub Sandwich Shop Adds Spark with Firehouse Theme
Byline: Kim Mikus A new sub sandwich shop with a firehouse theme recently opened in Algonquin. Station House Subs operates at 2397 S. Randall Road next to Ashley Furniture. The family-owned company is based in Prospect Heights and has plans...
Northwest Suburbs in 60 Seconds
Barrington OKs development: The Barrington village board paved the way Monday for a developer to build a residential subdivision in nearby unincorporated Lake County. The board's approving a plat of subdivision was necessary because the new housing...
O Salon Makes over Space with a Warm and Inviting Atmosphere
Byline: Kim Mikus When customers enter the new O Salon & Spa, the owner wants them to feel welcome. Annmarie O'Machel found that customers often felt uncomfortable when entering other spas. "It's not like that here," she said of her business...
Paddlers Help with Online Info Guide
Byline: Mick Zawislak Daily Herald Staff Writer Blogs are big but "water logs" are the answer for paddlers looking for a good experience on area rivers. Written journals provide the grist for an online user's guide hosted by the Openlands Project,...
Palatine Priest Preparing to Retire
Byline: Anthony G. Walters Daily Herald Staff Writer When the Rev. Ray Yadron leaves his post at St. Thomas of Villanova in Palatine, his legacy will be more than the love and respect of his parishioners. He leaves behind an expanded church and...
Panel Decides Spending Money in Order $2,000 Hike for Office Expense Cash Goes to Full County Board for Vote
Byline: Russell Lissau Daily Herald Staff Writer A month after giving themselves a pay raise, Lake County Board members on Monday said they want to augment their expense accounts, too. Proponents want $6,500 in individual accounts designed to...
Past Could Haunt Property in Villa Park Villa Avenue Site Is Prime Real Estate, but Environmental Concerns Loom Large
Byline: Michael Wamble Daily Herald Staff Writer Villa Park trustees want to find out what materials lie beneath the surface at the site of an industrial company in an area that both developers and village leaders believe is prime real estate. ...
Pastor to Bike across the Country for Charity
Byline: Victoria Pierce Daily Herald Correspondent The Rev. E. Taveirne will soon be enjoying views of landmarks across the country, from the Pacific Ocean and Monument Valley to Gettysburg and the Atlantic City boardwalk. But this won't be a...
Patents Influence ITW Acquisitions
Byline: Moushumi Anand Medill News Service The zipped plastic bags, high-definition laminated floor tiles and plastic carriers for soda and beer cans may not catch your attention, but these everyday items were all invented by the 700 business units...
Pitchers Steal Spotlight in Senior All-Star Game
Byline: Jen LaPorte Daily Herald Sports Writer Expectations ran high as the third annual Fox Valley Senior All- Star softball game got under way at Jockey Field in East Dundee Monday night. A crowd which rivaled last year's 300-plus turnout watched...
Police Reports
Carpentersville - A Chicago man was arrested Sunday on a 2005 warrant accusing him of stealing video games, a purse, a watch and six DVDs Nov. 10 to 12 from an apartment on the 600 block of Ivarene Court in Carpentersville, police said. Detrick...
Police Reports
Batavia - Luis Gomez, 27, of 37 N. Loucks St., Aurora, was charged with illegal transportation of alcohol at 4:40 p.m. Friday during a traffic stop on the 1400 block of South Kirk Road. Police said he also was charged with driving without a valid...
Prairieview Honors Memory of Maintenance Supervisor
Byline: Mike Riopell Daily Herald Staff Writer Dennis Eash's painstaking attention to detail can be seen clearly in the library at Prairieview School in Hainesville. Every aspect from the colorful carpet to the reading room's finely tuned acoustics...
Prosecutor Increases Charges in Crash
Byline: Charles Keeshan Daily Herald Staff Writer The case against a Chicago truck driver charged in a deadly 2003 pileup on the Northwest Tollway took a surprising turn Monday when McHenry County authorities abruptly charged him with eight counts...
Residents Don't Have Chance to Vent over Park Annexation
Byline: Henry Stuttley Daily Herald Staff Writer Holding a sign saying, "Let my people go," Don Novak was hoping to voice his displeasure about his property tax bill with Oak Brook park officials. But he never got that chance. Before Novak...
Residents Question Historic District
Byline: Kathryn Grondin Daily Herald Staff Writer At least some Roselle residents are not sold on the idea of a historical district in the village's downtown. A presentation made Monday night to the village board raised more questions than it...
Rotary Fest Organizers Aim to Raise $25,000
Byline: Sue Ter Maat Daily Herald Staff Writer Rotary Fest in Elk Grove Village starts Wednesday and organizers have hopes of raising about $25,000 for local charities. The five-day fest is designed for people to have a good time, but it's also...
Schaumburg Falls Short in Its Bid to Become All-American City
Byline: Eric Peterson Daily Herald Staff Writer Schaumburg put on a good show but failed to convince a panel in Anaheim to name the village an All-America City this year. A delegation of about 30 representatives of the village traveled to California...
Scope of Culture Fund Could Narrow
Byline: Jake Griffin Daily Herald Staff Writer It could be a little tougher for some organizations to receive Naperville's Special Events and Cultural Amenities Fund dollars next year. The city council wants to put more emphasis on attendance,...
Semi Truck Slams into Side of Van 3 Injured in Crash on Rt. 72, Randall
Byline: Jameel Naqvi Daily Herald Staff Writer A semi broad-sided a turning van at 1:15 p.m. Monday at Route 72 and Randall Road, injuring three people. A 35-year-old male passenger in the 1987 GMC Vandura was in critical condition. The 16-year-old...
Sizzling Bat Keeps Ozuna in Lineup
Byline: Scot Gregor Daily Herald Sports Writer ARLINGTON, Texas - Ozzie Guillen might be a little crazy, but he's not stupid. The White Sox manager knows when it's time to ride a hot player, and lately Pablo Ozuna has been on fire. The versatile...
Smaller Events Fit Addison Just Right
Byline: Henry Stuttley Daily Herald Staff Writer Addison residents, get ready. You've wanted it, made your request known and believed it was needed. Now it's here. Family fun is the name of the game for the new Tuesday night activities,...
St. Charles Group Tests Emergency Rations
Byline: Josh Stockinger Daily Herald Staff Writer Should a pandemic flu strike the Fox Valley, your taste buds wouldn't necessarily suffer. In fact, three-cheese lasagna, green pepper steak and barbecue beef could be among the hot meals you'd...
Super Bowl Bear to Tout Healthy Choices
Former Chicago Bears linebacker Otis Wilson of the 1985 Super Bowl championship team will make an appearance in DuPage County this week to promote good health. The football celebrity will be at Yorktown Mall in Lombard Saturday to participate in...
Teen Seeks Help to Feed World's Poor Children
Byline: Sammi King He has the desire. He has the time. He has a goal. Now he just needs help in reaching it. Joshua Boyd, a 2006 graduate of Batavia High School recently sent me an e-mail asking for my help. While most graduates are thinking...
The Blotter
Des Plaines - Three men attempted to rob a pizza delivery man around 11 p.m. June 8 on the 800 block of Tures Lane, police said. According to reports, the 29-year-old victim called the pizza store on his cell phone when he arrived and was talking...
The Blotter
Antioch - Thieves stole an out-drive overnight May 31 to June 1 out of a boat parked on a trailer outside a storage area at Old Pine Lodge, 28503 Hermann, police said. A value estimate was not available. Fox Lake - Vandals scratched the passenger's...
The Public Record
A compilation of DuPage County circuit court proceedings of April 28-May 4. Misdemeanors James M. Golden, 41, 44 Indian Trail, Westmont. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines, $250. David A. Green, 56, 4845 N. Hamlin Ave.,...
Tower Lakes Mourns Death of Village President
Byline: Andrew Schroedter Daily Herald Staff Writer Tower Lakes Village President Leonard "Len" Kuskowski battled esophageal cancer for more than three years. But in what is a testament to the strength of his spirit, many of his friends and political...
Two Rivers to Be Clean by Year's End
Byline: Harry Hitzeman Daily Herald Staff Writer ***** CORRECTION/date 06-14-2006: A story in some Tuesday editions incorrectly stated the thorium clean-up along the DuPage River and Kress Creek in the West Chicago area was scheduled to be complete...
U-46 Still Pushing for Lawsuit Dismissal
Byline: Emily Krone Daily Herald Staff Writer Elgin Area School District U-46 lawyers on Monday again asked a federal judge to throw out bias claims against the district, saying the latest version of the lawsuit is as legally dubious as the previous...
Waubonsie Dean Is Next Owen Principal
Byline: Sara Hooker Daily Herald Staff Writer Jason Bednar has spent two-thirds of his life in Indian Prairie Unit District 204 schools. After attending kindergarten through 12th grade in District 204, the 33-year-old Naperville native returned...
West Chicago Man Gets 26 Years for Rape
Byline: Kara Spak Daily Herald Legal Affairs Writer When Luis Guillen sexually assaulted an in-law, he added an additional level of terror - he wore one of her black dresses and the ghoulish Halloween mask seen in the movie "Scream," he admitted...
What to Do about I-88 Jams? RTA Weighs Trains, Buses, Carpool Lanes to Ease Suburb-to-Suburb Commutes
Byline: Joseph Ryan Daily Herald Staff Writer DuPage County commuters know getting from Oak Brook to Naperville to Addison can be like swimming upstream, yet many suburbanites endure the struggle on a daily basis. Would bus-only lanes help? What...
Wheaton Wrestles with Parking, Smoking
Byline: James Fuller Daily Herald Staff Writer Wheaton officials will drive around the block a few more times before sorting out downtown parking congestion, but indoor smokers may only be weeks away from their final drags. The city council informally...
Wheeling Forks over More Dollars to Developer Money to Go toward Increase in Material Cost for Remaining Buildings of Complex
Byline: Avian Carrasquillo Daily Herald Staff Writer The developer for the Prairie Park Condominium development in Wheeling has been granted additional funding of $1.5 million for the project, following a unanimous vote Monday at a village board...
Why Isn't This Program in Your School?
Byline: Barry Rozner In the last 10 years, illegal use of the drug Ritalin has skyrocketed as high school and college students have come to believe it works as a stimulant and allows them to pull all- nighters. "What they don't realize is that...
Will Vote Be Last Show for Drive-In? City Officials Say Renovation Costs Too High
Byline: Amy Boerema Daily Herald Staff Writer For nearly 60 years, Aurora's Hi-Lite Drive-in Theater was where countless memories were made and dreams were created. It was where a pregnant Kristina Pyla told her little daughter she'd soon have...
Winged Foot Redefines Rough for Even the Best
Byline: Mike Spellman Daily Herald Sports Writer MAMARONECK, N.Y. -One of the most famous quotes concerning the West Course at Winged Foot Golf Club, site of this week's U.S. Open, came from none other than Jack Nicklaus. "The last 18 holes are...