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  • Datebook

    Sunday, May 10 Sunday market The farmers' market opens for the season at Oakland Mills Village Center, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia. The market, open 9 a.m.-1 p.m., continues through Nov. 22. Monday, May 11 Wiggleworms Little ones up to age 5 can...
  • Positive attitude is key to mom's success

    Kate Chanski calls fellow Hebron resident Kim Colantonio "A real hero mom." Colantonio has three children – a son and two daughters. "She has been active in all their activities and with the school too," said Chanski. When her children were younger,...
  • Shout Out: Arlene Newhouse, meal delivery volunteer

    Shout Out: Arlene Newhouse, meal delivery volunteer
    Arlene Newhouse, who works in Norridge as a home-delivered meals coordinator for the Seniors Assistance Center at 7774 W. Irving Park Road, was picking up hot meals at Vince's Italian Restaurant at Holiday Plaza at Lawrence and Harlem Avenue in Harwood...
  • Thank teachers for all they do [Editorial]

    We've all had them. That teacher who goes above and beyond, who spends the extra time when you don't quite understand, who helped you see things from a different perspective, or who taught you something about life that a textbook just couldn't. For many...
  • River Grove officials raise cash for former trustee's family

    River Grove officials raise cash for former trustee's family
    Stuart Bruce says the village of River Grove meant everything to his late wife Kathie. Kathie Bruce spent most of her childhood years in River Grove, and invested everything in the town. At River Grove School, she was on the school board and PTA. For...
  • Fathers gear up to produce the annual 'Fathers' Follies'

    Fathers gear up to produce the annual 'Fathers' Follies'
    A nearly 70-year tradition that features local fathers producing a light-hearted display of shenanigans will take to the stage again next week at Glendale High School for the 68th annual “Fathers’ Follies.” The event, dubbed by “...
  • Kiwanis Club honors longtime volunteer Martha Burns as 'La Caņadan of the Year'

    Kiwanis Club honors longtime volunteer Martha Burns as 'La Cañadan of the Year'
    For her sometimes quiet, yet undoubtedly valuable contributions to the community, longtime volunteer Martha Burns has been officially named "2014 La Caņadan of the Year." Burns was officially bestowed with the title in a ceremony Wednesday held at...
  • Spring Garden having Garden Party at school

    'Tis the season for Spring Garden Elementary School's annual Garden Party. The event will take place, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at the school. There will be carnival games, face painting and the chance to get crazy...
  • Sawdust gets kids sculpting at TOW

    Sawdust Art Festival exhibitor Patti Klingenmeier led Top of the World Elementary students in a clay sculpting workshop on campus Friday night. The workshop was part of a yearlong series of Sawdust outreach programs. The festival teamed with the school'...
  • McCracken seventh-graders take on global problems in homemade films

    McCracken seventh-graders take on global problems in homemade films
    There were no paparazzi or red carpet to walk down when the McCracken filmmakers arrived at the Skokie Theatre earlier this month. That didn't make their night any less special. They were there with family and friends to showcase public service...
  • Montgomery honors 102-year-old resident

    Montgomery honors 102-year-old resident
    Ruth Dieterich Wagner was honored on Thursday for her contributions to the Montgomery area. The Village of Montgomery proclaimed April 30 as Ruth Dieterich Wagner Day in honor of the accomplishments of the 102-year-old resident. "Thank you for all...