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  • Shout out from Matt Farejowicz, LZHS junior

    Shout out from Matt Farejowicz, LZHS junior
    Lake Zurich High School junior Matt Farejowicz, 17, was working at Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich when he answered 12 questions for the Lake Zurich Courier's Laura Pavin. As a kid, what did you want to be growing up? I've always been into...
  • Berlin Library Director Gets OK To Seek Elevator Funding

    BERLIN — The library director won council permission Tuesday to seek about $200,000 in state aid and private foundation grants to put an elevator in the Berlin Peck Memorial Library, built in 1989 with a shaft but no elevator. The director, Helen...
  • North Shore Country Day School installs Little Free Library

    North Shore Country Day School installs Little Free Library
    Winnetka area residents may now exchange books for free at the Little Free Library installed on the North Shore Country Day School's campus in April. The tiny library – the size of a large mailbox – encourages users to drop off a book they'...
  • Park Ridge aldermen interview candidates for Library Board; Ebling out

    Park Ridge aldermen interview candidates for Library Board; Ebling out
    Three newcomers will be appointed to the Park Ridge Library Board this summer now that a current trustee says she will not seek another term after all. Audra Ebling told the Park Ridge Herald-Advocate that she has withdrawn her name as a candidate for a...
  • Worth Noting: More than veggies, farmers' market offers a veritable feast

    Worth Noting: More than veggies, farmers' market offers a veritable feast
    Among the vendors expected to be under canopies on opening day of the Bowie Farmers' Market are Uptown Bakers, Edesias ice cream and the Bowie Lions Club, which will be selling rain barrels. Of course, there will be actual farmers, too – like...
  • Community: Brand launches student film event

    Hoover High School film students have earned the distinction of being the first to participate in the inaugural Student Film Showcase to be presented by the Brand Associates, the fundraising arm of the Brand Library. The free screenings will be from 7 to...
  • Glencoe Plan Commission OKs Writers Theatre sign plan

    Glencoe Plan Commission OKs Writers Theatre sign plan
    With an April 30 fire behind them, Writers Theatre officials have secured final approval to open their new building at 325 Tudor Court. On May 13, Glencoe's Plan Commission signed off on an exterior signage plan. Specifically, the plan includes a...
  • Time To Bring Southern's Graduation Home

    Time To Bring Southern's Graduation Home
    As I passed Southern Connecticut State University's recently renovated Buley Library, I paused and paid homage. It is a beautiful building. Spectacular. Knowing that this $91.5 million building withstood floods (literal), droughts (financial),...
  • UF, Marion extension service to offer course on homebuying

    Buying a home can be one of the most confusing and stressful experiences of one's life. The University of Florida/Marion County Extension Service is offering a four-week course about buying a home. The class will meet from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Mondays in...
  • Incoming Northlake library trustees have ties to city government

    Incoming Northlake library trustees have ties to city government
    With big turnover looming on the horizon, the outgoing Northlake Public Library Board met for the second to last time last week. "Out with the old, everything's changing," Trustee Renee Wright said at the board's May 14 meeting. She was referring to...
  • Odenton/Gambrills: O'Malley art students' work is on display at library

    Odenton/Gambrills: O'Malley art students' work is on display at library
    Marty Lenoff has been teaching art classes for 31 years. The 77-year-old enjoys her work. One of the places where she teaches is at the O'Malley Senior Center. Her watercolor and pastels classes average 17 students. Her O'Malley students currently...