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Archive | Accolades

Hearts of Gold Winners Honorees Celebrated Saturday February 17, 2018

The Village of Arlington Heights celebrates the 20th annual Hearts of Gold on Saturday February 17, 2018 with a banquet that recognizes people who live or work in the Village for their extraordinary contributions. The Special Events Commission organizes the event, which honors 11 people chosen for a Heart of Gold Award. Recipients are chosen […]

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Firefighter/Paramedic Walter Prestel Named Prospect Heights FPD 2017 Firefighter of the Year

The Prospect Heights Fire Protection District is pleased to announce that WALTER PRESTEL has been named its 2017 Firefighter of the Year. Fire Chief Drew Smith presented Firefighter Prestel with the award at the Annual Member Recognition Luncheon, Friday, December 15, 2017. This year six of the 45 members of the PHFD were nominated with […]

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Prospect Heights: Officer Kevin Lange Named 2017 Police Officer of the Year

On Monday December 11, 2017 the Prospect Heights City Council Meeting, the Prospect Heights Police Department honored Officer of the Year Officer Kevin Lange. Several police officers were also honored for going above and beyond the call for duty. Officer Kevin Lange was named Monday, December 11, 2017 as the 2017 Prospect Heights Police Officer […]

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Illinois Sailor Killed in the 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor Finally Brought Home

Illinois sailor Michael Glajdik, killed in the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor was laid to rest Saturday April 22, 2017 with full military honors. Hundreds of people gathered in Joliet Saturday to pay their respects to Michael Glajdik. The 25-year-old sailor who was from Lockport Township was on the U.S.S. Oklahoma on December […]

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Hearts of Gold Award Winner Ceremony Held at Rolling Green Country Club

Arlington Heights held the Hearts of Gold awards, dinner and ceremony Saturday night February 18, 2017 at the Rolling Green Country Club. The award recognize “unsung heroes,” who contribute to the community but are rarely recognized for the remarkable works they do to enhance the quality of life for others. The 2017 Hearts of Gold […]

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Joe Slavik, One of Oldest Vets, Participating in Upcoming Honor Flight to Washington DC

Joe Slavik will be one of the oldest Vets to participate in Honor Flight. Joseph Slavik of La Grange Park missed his chance to go on Honor Flight a few years ago due to health reasons. On August 25th, 2016 Joe will partake in an Honor Flight trip as one of the oldest World War […]

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A Big Debt of Thanks and Honor in Paying Respects to Stanley M. Zydlo, MD — December 15, 1933 – June 3, 2015

VIDEO: Funeral services for Stanley M. Zydlo, M.D. at St. Theresa Catholic Church and St. Michael Cemetery in Palatine. Dr. Stanley M. Zydlo’s funeral was held today at 10:00 a.m. at St. Theresa Catholic Church in Palatine. Rev. Brian Simpson called him a saint during his eulogy while firefighters called him one of their own […]

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Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education Recognizes Service of Ernest R. Blomquist III Among Outstanding Volunteers

Springfield, IL, August 27, 2014– The Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education is pleased to name Ernest R. Blomquist III, Jeffrey J. Kroll, and Francis J. Lynch as its 2014 honorees for the Addis E. Hull Award, Publications Volunteer of the Year Award, and Programs Volunteer of the Year Award, respectively. Chicago Attorney Ernest R. […]

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CBS 2 Chicago Covers Meeting of Citizen Rescuer and Family Whose Minivan Was Target of Falling Deer on I-90

Family reunited with man who stopped to help after deer hit car on I-90. A man, who CBS 2 Chicago did not identify, was the only rescuer who helped Heidi Conner and her children last Sunday when a deer fell off the Route 72 overpass onto their minivan traveling in the westbound lanes of I-90. […]

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MacArthur Middle School Teacher Athena Kalaras To Be Honored As “My Favorite Teacher” Contest Winner at Barnes & Noble, Arlington Heights, Saturday, April 12

Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS) recently announced that Mrs. Athena Kalaras from MacArthur Middle School from School District 23 has been named the local winner of the Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher Contest. Mrs. Kalaras was chosen from 21 entries at the Barnes & Noble on 13 W. Rand Road in Arlington Heights. […]

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Navy Seaman Recruit Alex N. Peterson Completes U.S. Navy Basic Training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes

March 31, 2014 (FHTNC)–Navy Seaman Recruit Alex N. Peterson, son of Brad T. and stepson of Julie Peterson of Arlington Heights, Ill. and also son of Denise S. Peterson of Mount Prospect, Ill., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Peterson completed a variety of […]

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Smashing Walnuts’ Gabriella Miller Named Power Player of the Week for Fox News Sunday by Chris Wallace

Gabriella Miller (2003 – 2013) talks openly about why she thinks she got cancer. The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act (H.R. 2019) is a bill that would end taxpayer contributions to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and divert the money in that fund to pay for research into pediatric cancer through the National Institutes […]

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