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  • Artist-in-residence visits VHHS to help students 'find their voice'

    Artist-in-residence visits VHHS to help students 'find their voice'
    It's not every day students at Vernon Hills High School get to see a professional artist working up close in near plein air conditions, under the building's light-filled atrium ceilings.
  • Cue them: JCYS kids take center stage for Winter Break Bonanza

    Cue them: JCYS kids take center stage for Winter Break Bonanza
    It’s winter break and where else can grade school kids let off dramatics in a positive way instead of at home? Why, at the Jewish Council for Youth Services Northwest Family Center Winter Break Bonanza, of course! Theatrical sad and happy faces...

    A master's in school counseling is a sought after degree

    A master's in school counseling is a sought after degree
    Many of us would like to think we make a difference. School counselors know they do. This connection, that what you do matters, is what drives the popularity of a master's in school counseling degree. Sarah Bowen is a school counselor at Adlai E....

    Republican governor candidates make case why they're best to beat Quinn

    Republican governor candidates make case why they're best to beat Quinn
    PEORIA — The four candidates for the Illinois Republican governor nomination used a Downstate debate Thursday night to try to sell themselves as the most electable party standard bearer in a November showdown against Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn....

    Mundelein vibrant and affordable

    Mundelein vibrant and affordable
    When the gentrification wave swept across Lake County in the 1980s-90s, on its way from the North Shore to the Barringtons, it skipped Mundelein, which remains their down-to-earth, unpretentious cousin. Thirty-five miles from the Loop, this is a...