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Maria Serban just entered the second grade at Willard Elementary School in South Elgin, which might seem an everyday accomplishment but for the fact the youngster has been battling a confounding ailment.
Aug. 20 5:30 p.m. |
With new coach Mike Brasile’s first varsity season about to begin, Hampshire faces an early productivity gap between offense and defense. On the defensive side, coordinator Ben Whitehouse is using the same scheme employed under former head coach Dan Cavanaugh, who retired after 25 years. On the offensive side, the Whip-Purs are trying to adjust to Brasile’s more modern spread-style offense after scrapping the winged-T.
Aug. 20 5:10 p.m. |
There were contests, seminars, and in addition to poles, Hula Hoops, reggae dance classes, and even a booth from the Pampered Chef.
Aug. 20 4:50 p.m. |
Kountry Pet Resort & Training Center in Hampshire has announced their support of the ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge”.
Bringing in video gambling machines has been the plan since the shop opened in May, said Robert “Buzz” Doyle, who operates the River Street site with Patrick Maggi.
Aug. 20 2:20 p.m. |
Laurence Kaptain, an Elgin High School graduate, former Louisiana State University Dean of the College of Music and Dramatic Arts and most recently the founding director of creative initiatives in the Office of Research and Economic Development at LSU, has been named as University of Colorado Denver's new dean.
The state Department of Agriculture gets the final say on whether any producer can open in Bartlett.
Aug. 20 12:20 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about ALS.
Aug. 20 noon |
The Sleepy Hollow Village Board on Monday opted to seek a referendum to help remedy its bleak financial outlook.
Aug. 20 11:45 a.m. |
Gilliam served on the City Council from 1973, when he was just 28, until losing his seat in the 2013 election.
Aug. 20 11:30 a.m. |
Talks continue on the possibility of Carpentersville and West Dundee consolidating fire services, and local officials are eager to keep the momentum going.
Aug. 20 11:20 a.m. |
This week, just about every seat in the Central High School library where the monthly board meeting is usually held was pulled out to accommodate the crowd.
Looking back on Opening Day for classes in School District U46, school officials said the main glitches involved school bus delays, cash-register breakdowns and locker locks that just would not seem to open.
Aug. 20 10:45 a.m. |