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Lincolnshire day care owner charged with obstruction in child’s death – Mon, 30 Mar 2009
The owner of a Lincolnshire day care center where a young boy died earlier this year was accused Monday of telling her employees to lie to police investigators.
Ken Bonder helped revitalize downtown Arlington Heights – Mon, 30 Mar 2009
After working 40 years for local governments, Ken Bonder just couldn’t stop wearing the uniform. “He was always wearing navy blue blazers, button-down shirts and penny loafers,” said Bonder’s son, Kraig Bonder, at his father’s funeral on Monday. “Neighbors saw him mowing the lawn wearing all of those.”
Stabbing suspect gets $50,000 bond – Mon, 30 Mar 2009
Drinking and arm wrestling don’t mix. Or so it would seem from the events authorities say unfolded early Saturday at an apartment in the 1100 block of East Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights.
Arlington Hts. teen preps for national spelling bee one letter at a time – Mon, 30 Mar 2009
A couple of years ago, Andrew Napora and his family got the feature film “Spellbound” out of the library, and his response was common to many a student who’s seen the documentary about compulsive spelling-bee contestants.
PARDON OUR DUST:
The Cardinal — Arlingtoncardinal.com has just moved to a new host and is using new software to present breaking news information with a more efficient design. A majority of articles are still searchable on Google, Yahoo, Ask.com and other search engines; but some search results will lead you to “404 | Page Not Found!”
If you use the Arlingtoncardinal.com Search Box in the upper right corner of every page, you should be able to find your intended results.
Some features (such as the CATEGORIES & NAVIGATION HELP menu) are not fully functional, but will be soon. The CATEGORIES & NAVIGATION HELP menu is designed to help viewers understand how to use THE CARDINAL. The new format will have many new features, too.
Join us in looking forward to new ways to organize breaking news and helpful information as THE CARDINAL gets in shape!
FIXES UNDERWAY …
Some pages from the old website have migrated with improper dimensions. This may cause some overlapping of text or graphics on a page. These dimensions are being fixed to bring the proper dimensions to the new pages.
Some categories are being re-classified and some articles have migrated into the wrong categories. Articles are being audited and are being moved to new and/or proper categories.
Blog Style/Format Changes
The new site does not keep the descriptive page at the top of respective category. The descriptive pages describe or introduce the respective category and its archive list. The descriptive page for each category is (or will be) viewed by using the CATEGORIES AND NAVIGATIONAL HELP … menu at the top of each article. Descriptive pages can also be reached by going to the CATEGORIES page (linked at the top of every page). The CATEGORIES page has an overview of all categories and sub-categories.
Help … How Articles Are Displayed …
An article is displayed after clicking a referral link of a major search engine such as Google, Yahoo! or Ask. The referral link may direct users to the actual post, to a list of articles of a particular date that includes that article, or it may refer to a bad link. If you don’t see the article, try using the new search box in the upper-right corner of every page. The less keywords you use, the better chance of hitting your result.
You can also browse the categories. Keep in mind that articles can be viewed by search result, by category archive, and by tag. Popular tags are listed in the Popular/Features/Comments/Tags/Subscribe Box in the right column.