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  • HEARING HEALTH FAIR--Free Event Features Two Guest Speakers and 19 Exhibitors

    HEARING HEALTH FAIR--Free Event Features Two Guest Speakers and 19 Exhibitors
    Do you have a hearing loss? If so, come and learn about your ears and how you hear at the free Hearing Health Fair on Friday, August 26th, 2011 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Schaumburg Township Hall. The Schaumburg Township Hall is located at One Illinois...
  • 'Family Feud' coming to Chicago for auditions

    'Family Feud' coming to Chicago for auditions
    Hey Chicago, are you ready to play the "Feud?" The classic game show "Family Feud" is coming to the Chicago area in its search to find the best families to compete on the show hosted by Steve Harvey. Auditions are scheduled for March 10 and 11 at the...
  • Woman dies two months after Schaumburg fire

    Woman dies two months after Schaumburg fire
    A woman who suffered severe burns in a fire in her Schaumburg apartment Jan. 7 died early this morning from injuries suffered in the blaze, officials determined today. Marjorie Brothman, 86, was declared dead at 2:01 a.m. at Loyola University Medical...
  • Schaumburg doctor convicted of health care fraud

    Schaumburg doctor convicted of health care fraud
    A federal jury convicted a physician who operated a Chatham neighborhood medical clinic on the South Side of engaging in a health care fraud scheme between 2007 and July 2010, the U.S. Attorney’s office said today.   Dr. Jaswinder Rai Chhibber,...
  • Polls closed; Romney seeks convincing primary win

    Polls closed; Romney seeks convincing primary win
    Polls across Illinois closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday and the ballot counting has begun, with anything less than a convincing victory for Mitt Romney in both the popular vote and battle for delegates being viewed as a setback for his front running GOP...
  • Autopsies confirm no foul play in deaths of 2 students in 2 dorms on ISU campus

    Autopsies confirm no foul play in deaths of 2 students in 2 dorms on ISU campus
    Two 19-year-old students from the Chicago area have been found dead in two campus dormitories at Illinois State University, but school officials say no foul play or criminal activity is suspected in either case. Allison Zak, a sophomore from Schaumburg,...
  • Drivers pack meeting to praise, condemn Tollway construction plan

    Drivers pack meeting to praise, condemn Tollway construction plan
    Illinois Tollway board members tonight heard from members of the public who support a proposed $12 billion capital construction plan they hope will ease traffic congestion and create thousands of jobs. But their approval was peppered with the voices of...
  • Tea party convention to be held in Schaumburg

    Tea party convention to be held in Schaumburg
    Former Fox television commentator Glenn Beck will be among the headliners later this month when tea party supporters gather in Illinois to hold the Midwest Tea Party convention in Schaumburg, officials announced today. The event, dubbed TeaCon 2011, will...
  • Carpertersville man gets 10 years for fatal West Chicago crash

    Carpertersville man gets 10 years for fatal West Chicago crash
    A Carpentersville man who drove through a stop sign and killed another motorist in West Chicago before he fled the accident scene was sentenced today to 10 years in prison. Alonso Huerta-Perez, 24, had pleaded guilty in July to leaving the scene of a...
  • DJ collapses, dies setting up for event in Schaumburg

    DJ collapses, dies setting up for event in Schaumburg
    A disc jockey collapsed and died Saturday afternoon while setting up his equipment for an event in Schaumburg, police said. The man was identified as Brett Anderson, 29, of the 0-99 block of White Pine Drive in Schaumburg, according to the Cook County...
  • Man gets 8 years for carjacking, robbery, police chase

    A Schaumburg man who carjacked a woman at knife-point, robbed an electronics store and then led police on a high-speed chase was sentenced today to eight years in prison. John E. Egelston, 22, of the 1900 block of Winston Lane, pleaded guilty in...