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FRONT PAGE ROUNDUP | Archives start 2-23-2009 (use upper right SEARCH BOX “2-23-2009“)
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Former Herald ad manager Jack Rogers served as mentor to staff – Sun, 8 Mar 2009
John J. “Jack” Rogers, a former resident of Prospect Heights who was 73, began his nearly 20 years with the Daily Herald’s advertising department in 1983, after building a career at the Chicago Tribune, Time Inc. and McCall’s Magazine.
Few changes at Schaumburg’s Septemberfest – Fri, 6 Mar 2009
Schaumburg’s Septemberfest and most of its other 2009 special events will go on with only minimal changes despite new economic constraints.
Cook County briefs – Sat, 7 Mar 2009
An Evanston man with three prior convictions for public indecency has been charged with felony public indecency after exposing himself to a 37-year-old Arlington Heights woman in the reference room at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, police said.
Arlington Heights library candidates spar over trips – Fri, 6 Mar 2009
Dawn Walter said her opponent for the Arlington Heights Memorial Library Board is only in it for the travel perks.
Meetings aren’t everything, Palatine challengers say – Fri, 6 Mar 2009
Unlike one of her opponents, Jim Schwantz, Palatine Mayor Rita Mullins has never played in the NFL.
Rockets’ red glare, songs bursting in air may be a little softer this summer – Thu, 5 Mar 2009
The federal government can try to stimulate the economy with deficit spending, but local governments don’t have the same options when it comes to something their residents find stimulating and essential: summer festivals and fireworks displays.
Animals, plants and nature – Fri, 6 Mar 2009
Events that involve pets, animals and plants, such as pet washes, adoption days, nature walks, microchipping, nature photography exhibits, nature tours, bird walks, calls for volunteers for nature-related work days, etc. Deadline is two weeks before event date.
2 hurt after vehicle crashes into Christian book store – Thu, 5 Mar 2009
Two people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries Wednesday afternoon after a car crashed into a Christian bookstore at Rand and Arlington Heights roads in Arlington Heights, authorities said.