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  • Leyden students look to future at graduations

    Leyden students look to future at graduations
    Robbie Boyte of River Grove had mixed emotions as he graduated from East Leyden High School May 19. He was excited to begin a new chapter in his life, yet sad to leave behind the friends and memories that he had at Leyden. "Leyden was great," he said....
  • High schoolers take on missiles, solar energy in STEM Challenge

    High schoolers take on missiles, solar energy in STEM Challenge
    Hundreds of high school students offered solutions to local and international problems at the 2015 STEM Challenge at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago on May 20. The Illinois Science & Technology Institute and the Research and Development STEM Learning...
  • Trinity High School celebrates its graduates

    Trinity High School celebrates its graduates
    With the class of 2015 ready to head their separate ways, Trinity High School staff joined with students' families to honor the graduating seniors at the school's annual honors convocation May 21. Held the day before graduation, the honors convocation...
  • South Elgin High student wins editorial cartooning contest

    South Elgin High student wins editorial cartooning contest
    Jonathon Gottschalk of Streamwood hopes to pursue a career making movies. But he shows a little talent at making a humorous point with a still-life drawing, too. The 2015 South Elgin High School graduate won first place recently in an editorial...
  • Teacher who read Ginsberg poem resigns, but will be paid

    A South Windsor High School English teacher who presented a sexually explicit poem to his class has resigned, but will continue to be paid through the 2015-16 school year. The school district says David Olio will be on paid administrative leave until his...
  • Community news for Killingly edition

    Ekonk Grange Family Day event STERLING - The Sterling Family Day Committee sponsors a Family Day event, annually, at the Sterling Ball Field on Saturday, September 12. Events are free with plenty of activities for families, food vendors and fireworks....
  • Daily Southtown Local Scoreboard for Thursday, May 21

    THURSDAY'S RESULTS HIGH SCHOOLS BASEBALL Andrew 11, Thornwood 1 (6 innings) Bloom 9, Rich South 2 Crete-Monee 18, Rich Central 0 (5 innings) Lincoln-Way North 12, Lincoln-Way Central 1 (5 innings) Lincoln-Way West 18, Thornton 0 (3 innings)...
  • St. Charles high schools among best in state, nation

    St. Charles high schools among best in state, nation
    Both St. Charles North and East High Schools placed in the U.S. News and World Report's lists of Top 50 public high schools in Illinois and Top 1,000 public high schools in the country. For the fourth consecutive year, the two high schools have placed...
  • Putnam earns spot on best high schools in U.S. list

    Putnam High School has another feather to add to its cap. It made it into the 2015 U.S. News and World Reports Best High Schools rankings released May 11. The magazine is well known for its college ranking guide as well as guides to hospitals, cars and...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    Knights to hold fish fry NORTH GROSVENORDALE - The Knights of Columbus Council 2087 will hold a fish fry at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1017 Riverside Dr., on Friday, May 29, from Noon to 8 p.m. The menu consists of fish and chips ($10); baked...
  • Glastonbury Saying Goodbye To Retiring Teachers, Administrators

    Glastonbury Saying Goodbye To Retiring Teachers, Administrators
    GLASTONBURY — Each year during the board of education's meeting in May, Superintendent Alan B. Bookman honors educators and administrators who are leaving at the end of the school year. This year's recognition ceremony was no different with longtime...