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  • Renovation plans are stuck in park

    Renovation plans are stuck in park
    It's not going to happen this year or next, and it may not ever take place. But on a table in the office of Rob Gunther, Park Forest's recreation and parks director, is a mind-boggling concept sketch of what the village's Somonauk Park could become. The...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Celebration of Life COLCHESTER - There will be a Celebration of Life for former Culinary Arts teacher Donna Kaik at Bacon Academy, 611 Norwich Ave., on Saturday, April 25, at 1 p.m. All family, friends and members of the community are welcome to join...
  • Madison Land Trust Mounts Its 'Trail Hike Challenge'

    Madison Land Trust Mounts Its 'Trail Hike Challenge'
    The clue was pretty simple: A short hike to the Indian Rock Shelters trailhead, then look for an ink stamp under a rock near a large oak tree. One down, 21 more to go. The search was part of Madison Land Conservation Trust's 2015 "Trail Hike Challenge."...
  • Feb. 21 Letters: City Farm, pet rescues, Chesapeake Bay, ethics, immigration

    There are several reasons for leaving the City Farm open: • Preservation of the beautiful historic land in order to keep developers from destroying it; • The city-calculated $740,000 value of the inmate service through grass-cutting,...
  • The danger of putting so many people in prison

    The danger of putting so many people in prison
    As Americans, we like to believe the rule of law in our country is respected and fairly applied, and that only those who commit crimes of fraud or violence are punished and imprisoned. But the reality is often different. It is surprisingly easy for...
  • Pullman collects nearly $8 million in donations before Obama visit

    Pullman collects nearly $8 million in donations before Obama visit
    Residents fighting to preserve the Pullman neighborhood cheered President Barack Obama in Chicago on Thursday as he designated the factory district a national monument after an announcement of nearly $8 million in local donations to support site projects....
  • Free fun for Presidents Day weekend

    Free fun for Presidents Day weekend
    It's a BOGO! This long weekend we're celebrating two holidays with Valentine's Day on Saturday and Presidents Day on Monday. For a change, I'm suggesting we forgo shopping and sales and get out and enjoy some free fun in the South Florida sun. In...
  • Fracking operators ran up 2.5 violations a day, study shows

    WASHINGTON — Oil and gas drillers ran afoul of regulators on average 2.5 times a day in three energy-intensive states for mistakes such as wastewater spills, well leaks or pipeline ruptures during the boom in hydraulic fracturing. Online records in...
  • Large park named after environmentalist Kolb

    Large park named after environmentalist Kolb
    Broward County's largest park is the 1,500-acre Anne Kolb Nature Center in Hollywood (number two is the Markham Park & Target Range in Sunrise, with 669 acres). Anne Kolb was an award-winning journalist who in 1974 became the first woman elected to...
  • Candidates give views on residential-commercial balance

    Candidates give views on residential-commercial balance
    Nineteen Naperville residents are actively vying for eight open positions on the City Council on April 7. Some are incumbents, some former council members, others currently serve on boards and commissions in the city and the broader community. Some are...
  • Hampton Roads shows 'Environmental Excellence'

    Hampton Roads shows 'Environmental Excellence'
    The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News and the brand new Brock Environmental Center in Virginia Beach are among the three winners of this year's Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards. The Living Museum on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard won kudos for...