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Crew regains control of hijacked freighter ship off Somalia, captain held hostage by pirates in lifeboat »»» Kevin Phillips, author of Bad Money, predicts 1970’s style inflation ahead »»» “Severity off the charts: Chinese, Russian spies hacked into electric grid with computer programs that could disrupts service »»» Hawaii suffering tourism drop »»» Unnamed White House spokesman on Obama dip or bow that caused the king to look down: “It wasn’t a bow. He grasped his hand with two hands, and he’s taller than King Abdullah” »»» 10 Holy Cross priests object to Notre Dame invitation »»» Rep. Jackson under scrutiny by ethics panel regarding Obama’s senate seat »»» First “If you seek Amy” song banned, now ‘ILVTOFU’ plate banned in Colorado »»»
Vernon Hills runner turns passion into children’s book – Thu, 9 Apr 2009
Glen McGowean never ran a marathon until his oldest brother started running them for fun. Marathons led him to triathlons, which led him to his wife, and eventually to a series of children’s books about a triathlon-prone family.
With no regrets, Pinney doesn’t rule out running for other political offices – Thu, 9 Apr 2009
There probably won’t be another Leslie Pinney for a long time. She was controversial even before winning her seat four years ago after raising $20,000 to run for the nonpaying spot on the Northwest Suburban High School District 214 board.
Music video highlight of Special Olympics conference – Wed, 8 Apr 2009
In 1969, “One” was the loneliest number you’d ever know, at least according to Three Dog Night. Wednesday, it took on a whole new meaning, musically speaking.
Northwest suburban health and fitness – Thu, 9 Apr 2009
Ostomy Support group: 1 p.m. Thursday, April 9, Northwest Community Hospital, Busse Center, B1, Room LC7-8, Arlington Heights. Walgreens pharmacist Len Zych and Eric Morrow with Shield Healthcare talk about the services they provide.
Northwest suburban Neighbor sports – Thu, 9 Apr 2009
Palatine Panthers registration: The Palatine Amateur Football Association is accepting registration for its 2009 season. Open to ages 8-14.
Arlington Heights voters go with experience at the polls – Thu, 9 Apr 2009
Unlike Palatine, it looks like voters are pretty happy with the way things are going in Arlington Heights. Not only did Arlene Mulder win back her spot as village president but so did every last one of the village board incumbents.
Cook County briefs – Thu, 9 Apr 2009
With Des Plaines 2nd Ward Alderman Martin Moylan elected the city’s next mayor, and Wheeling village board trustee Judy Abruscato taking the village presidency, their remaining 2-year terms must be filled by appointment.
Incumbents roll in Arlington Heights Dist. 25 – Tue, 7 Apr 2009
Incumbents Denise Glasgow, Kenneth Nielsen and David Page were re-elected to the Arlington Heights District 25 school board. They will be joined on the board by newcomer Phillip Crusius.
Glasgow joins Arlington Heights incumbents on village board – Wed, 8 Apr 2009
Newcomer Tom Glasgow will join incumbents Norm Breyer, Bert Rosenberg and Joe Farwell on the Arlington Heights village board, according to unofficial election results on Tuesday.
Controversial Pinney loses Dist. 214 board seat – Tue, 7 Apr 2009
After four controversial years on the District 214 school board, Leslie Pinney lost her seat to a political newcomer on Tuesday. With 212 of 218 precincts reporting, unofficial totals showed Pinney came in last with 13,558 votes.
Images from suburban elections – Tue, 7 Apr 2009
Mulder doubles up on challenger in Arlington Heights – Tue, 7 Apr 2009
Arlene Mulder cruised to victory and her fifth term as Arlington Heights village president on Tuesday. With 83 of 83 precincts reporting, unofficial totals showed Mulder had 6,773 votes, or 66 percent of the total votes cast, while her challenger Phillip Walter had 3,496 votes, or 33 percent of the total.
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