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  • Elmwood Park Women's Club awards

    Elmwood Park Women's Club awards
    The Elmwood Park Woman's Club celebrated its spring luncheon by looking back on the year and looking forward to the future of four local students. The May 14 event at Elmcrest in Elmwood Park recognized Carolline Raczynski, Barbara Galinska, Krystal...
  • Illinois mayors, colleges oppose proposed Amtrak cuts

    Amtrak rail service reductions that would follow proposed cuts in next year's state budget will hurt businesses and impact students, Illinois university officials and mayors told a state Senate committee Tuesday. "Amtrak's frequent and convenient...
  • Plainfield teacher surprised by Golden Apple honor

    Plainfield teacher surprised by Golden Apple honor
    In the 15 years he's been teaching, Lee Parrott has had little doubt he is in the right profession. Simply put, teaching is in his "core." His passion for education earned the Wesmere Elementary School teacher one of the profession's highest honors --...
  • Illinois State senior gets private graduation ceremony

    An Illinois State University senior who planned to miss commencement to help honor an in-law celebrating her own college graduation has received a private send-off from the school's president. The (Bloomington) Pantagraph (bit.ly/1ETgX3e ) reports that...
  • West Aurora School District names new director of assessment

    West Aurora School District names new director of assessment
    The West Aurora School Board looked within the district to name a new director of assessment for the next school year. Elizabeth Wendel, who has served as assistant principal for operations at West Aurora High School for the past three years, was...
  • La Grange woman offers favorite finds in online boutique

    La Grange woman offers favorite finds in online boutique
    A La Grange entrepreneur decided one way to stand out in the online marketplace is to include elegant gift wrapping, no-hassle, returns and free shipping. "We're trying to sincerely build relationships for life," said Christine Clark, who launched Perry...
  • EXCHANGE: Official gives homeless man job, second chance

    McLean County Board member Victoria Harris was looking for an opportunity to make a difference when she attended a recent McLean County Drug Court graduation. There, she met a man who needed someone who would give him a second chance. "I'm interested in...
  • End of an act: Theater director wrapping up 25-year career at Maine South

    End of an act: Theater director wrapping up 25-year career at Maine South
    When the curtain fell on Maine South's "Shrek, the Musical" this past weekend, it was also the curtain call of director John Muszynski's last production at the Park Ridge high school. Muszynski is retiring after 25 years as a drama teacher and...
  • Blackhawks fan fiction takes Toews off the ice

    Blackhawks fan fiction takes Toews off the ice
    The fantasy goes like this: Shaylin falls hard for a Chicago Blackhawk, and there's no going back to ordinary life! She had never dreamed she would meet a professional hockey player, let alone date a professional hockey player!! Now her world would...
  • School Notes for April 13: Fundraiser, contest, awards and honors

    School Notes for April 13: Fundraiser, contest, awards and honors
    Schools across Lake County announce fundraisers, concerts, events and honors for students. Grayslake Fundraiser: Grayslake Middle School students and staff will hold their 2nd annual St. Baldrick's fundraiser to help raise money for childhood cancer...
  • No more secret buyouts

    No more secret buyouts
    Two years ago, board members who oversaw Metra ousted their executive director but handed him a severance package worth up to $871,000. They tried to keep the details secret. We see that a lot in Illinois, particularly in higher education. University of...