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  • How to build a cheap desktop

    How to build a cheap desktop
    DEAR TIM: I need to build two cheap desktops. I'm lucky in that I have small cabinets that the top can rest on. One top is for my man cave and the other one is for a hobby and craft center for my wife and young kids. I'm looking for durability, affordability, ease of construction and good looks. I have limited skills and tools. Can I do this for less than $100? If you can offer a solution, I'd be most grateful. --Travis S., Morgan Hill, Calif.
  • Aurora resident offers fresh take on gardening

    April 15 could not arrive fast enough for Julian Morelos of Aurora, because it was the day that the Fox Valley Park District opened its garden plots. The Park District offers over 500 plots at two locations for residents to garden. The cost is $15 per...

    Shout out from Jodie Barbera, Barrington resident

    Shout out from Jodie Barbera, Barrington resident
    Barrington resident Jodie Barbera was in downtown Barrington when she answered ten questions from Bridget O'Shea of Pioneer Press: Where did you grow up? Elk Grove Village. Do you have any hobbies? I play tennis, run and do yoga. What do you...

    Yorktown Garden stroll, ecoFest, Historic Garden Week and 20,000-square-foot dream home

    Yorktown's Hidden Treasures Garden Stroll and Plant Sale offers visitors tours of five private gardens on Friday-Saturday, April 24-25 in Historic Yorktown Village. The 10 a.m.-4 p.m. event includes artwork by local artists and students. Indoor and...

    Tips: What you need to know about the dangers of and testing for radon

    Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless radioactive gas. It is dangerous because we cannot notice it with our senses. Radon can come into homes through cracks in basement floors or foundations, cracks around service pipes, floor drains, and dirt floors....