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Previous owners, vandals stripping foreclosed homes – Sun, 3 May 2009
My husband and I looked at each other. There certainly wasn’t anything left to look at inside the townhouse. No stove or refrigerator. No washer or dryer. No light fixtures. No flooring, anywhere. Even the baseboards were pried away from the walls, nails strewn around.
Do kids need an at-risk label to get extra care? – Sat, 2 May 2009
Laksh “Lucky” Kumar clings to his mother on one cool April morning when Kathy Kohlstedt comes to his Hoffman Estates home for their twice-monthly meeting.
Monart Studio, Prairie Center showcasing work of young artists – Sun, 3 May 2009
Monart Drawing Studio and Prairie Center For The Arts present opening exhibition of young artists
Arlington Hts. woman linked toddler exercise, learning – Sun, 3 May 2009
Nearly 35 years ago, a veteran teacher with a background in sports came up with a novel concept for the Arlington Heights Park District: Get small children moving and it will enhance their reading skills.
Northwest suburban entertainment – Sun, 3 May 2009
Call for photographers: Photographers are being invited to participate in the Northwest Cultural Council’s 2009 fifth annual international juried photography exhibition, “Pop Shots – Images Celebrating Dads.”
Northwest suburban briefs – Sun, 3 May 2009
The Spirit of Life Chorus will present a free concert at 4 p.m. today, May 3, at Faith Lutheran Church, 431 S. Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights.
Seminar offers advice about how to prevent foreclosure – Sun, 3 May 2009
Patrick Matsuda is in no threat of the bank foreclosing on his home. And the Des Plaines man, who was recently laid off his job as a truck driver, would like to keep it that way.
Woman charged with prostitution in Arlington Heights – Sat, 2 May 2009
A Michigan woman was free on bond Saturday after she was arrested late Friday night in an alleged prostitution sting at an Arlington Heights hotel, authorities said.
For Duchossois, no opening day is the same – Fri, 1 May 2009
Ten minutes before Arlington Park officially opened for the season on Friday, Richard Duchossois was up in the luxury suites, frowning at a large round table.
Cook County briefs – Sat, 2 May 2009
After a quiet first day, the Invernesss Police Department’s inaugural call turned out to be a false alarm.
Arlington Heights man gets 8 years for stabbing – Fri, 1 May 2009
Authorities claimed James Polachek was trying to cover up his crime when he stabbed himself after first stabbing his wife in their Arlington Heights home last year.
NWCH emergency room calm, but at the ready – Fri, 1 May 2009
Dana Hagen,18, rushed her 11-month-old daughter, Kylie Kelly, into the emergency room at Northwest Community Hospital Thursday morning, worried that the baby had the classic signs of swine flu: cough, runny nose and diarrhea.