Northwest Suburbs in 60 Seconds

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Northwest Suburbs in 60 Seconds


Election challenge undecided:

The Streamwood electoral board will reconvene again next week after spending its second meeting Tuesday dealing with motions and filings without making a decision. The board, composed of Village Clerk Kitty Kopitke, President Billie Roth and longest-serving Trustee David Stoves, met for the first time last week to hear objections filed by candidate Guy Patterson in the race for village trustee. Patterson said there are "numerous inconsistencies" in the nominating petitions filed by Tyler Gordon, William Morris and Robert Eisenmenger, the three Democratic candidates. Both sides examined voter registration forms with a representative of the Cook County clerk after last week's meeting to determine the authenticity of signatures. Attorneys for both sides said they will file affidavits and call witnesses at the next meeting at 3 p.m. March 8 in the village hall.

Game on for a good cause:

Teachers and staff of two Arlington Heights middle schools will square off tonight in a friendly game of basketball. South Middle School staff will take on the staff of Thomas Middle School at the second annual Charity Basketball Fundraiser at 7 p.m. at Hersey High School, 1900 E. Thomas St. in Arlington Heights. Admission is $5. All proceeds will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Oakton to explore culture:

Oakton Community College will celebrate Cultures Week all next week, March 5-9, at its Des Plaines campus - Golf and Des Plaines River roads - and at its Ray Hartstein campus, 7701 N. Lincoln Ave. in Skokie. The celebration will feature a large selection of programs, all free and open to the public. Sessions will cover a variety of topics, from the history of the blues and ancient mythology to the Holocaust, intercultural dating and portrayals of the immigrant experience in film. Some sessions also will center on performances by groups like Ballet Folklorico (scheduled for noon Monday on the Des Plaines campus) and the hip-hop group Full Effect Dance Company (set for noon Thursday in Des Plaines). A variety of exhibits also will be on display during the week, and ethnic food will be served in the college's cafeterias. In addition, a Film Fest showcasing films in foreign languages will be available all week - screenings are free - and an International Marketplace sponsored by Oakton's student groups will be set up along Student Street. …

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