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Des Plaines Oasis shuts doors for good
A northern Illinois concession area built atop Interstate 90 has closed, but not before travelers and spectators made a final trip to visit the Des Plaines Oasis.
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Snow-blocked sidewalks upset suburbanites
Nothing like hitting a nerve. Last week's column about pedestrians in peril on unshoveled sidewalks provoked an avalanche of articulate emails.
Sun Mar 16, 2014
District 214 bilingual parent group sponsors author's talk
The Northwest Suburban High School District 214 Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee is sponsoring a presentation in Spanish by Reyna Grande, an award winning author, speaker and educator.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Pet Expo on tap at track this weekend
Mark Welshfirstname.lastname@example.org Mallory Volocyk, 24, of Des Plaines holds a puppy named Alyssa at the fourth Chicagoland Family Pet Expo at Arlington Park on Friday.
Regional News/Midwest: Alexian Brothers seeks to boost behavioral health capacity, and other news
Alexian Brothers Health System, Arlington Heights, Ill., announced plans to integrate its acute-care and behavioral-health services in an effort to deal with increased demand for mental health treatment and a growing shortage of inpatient psychiatric beds.A division of Roman Catholic healthcare... For the best experience of ModernHealthcare.com on ... (more)
The remains of the pickup truck that was going the wrong way on Rand Road on Monday.
A second man has died from his injuries after a crash caused by a wrong-way driver in Arlington Heights on Monday.
Arlingtong Heights Chooses New Electricity Supplier for Municipal Aggregation
Residents and small businesses should be receiving information in the mail regarding the Village's recent agreement with Constellation Energy Resources as the new electricity supplier for eligible customers in Arlington Heights.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Friend: Nellessen visited motel, bank after dad's murder
An acquaintance of Matthew Nellessen said he phoned her one April morning in 2011 and asked for her help if he got in trouble with police.
Axley urges GOP to vote for Lietzow
For over 45 years, the Regular Republican Organization in Elk Grove Township was an open and effective working group, committed to serving the voter, the Republican office holder and candidate.
Suburban pubs offer Irish options beyond green beer
Corned beef, cabbage and potatoes with an Irish coffee are St. Patrick's Day specialties at Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant and Pub in Arlington Heights.
Northwest suburbs approve new energy supplier
Arlington Heights, along with several other Northwest suburban communities, has switched to a new energy supplier as part of the municipal electric aggregation program, village officials say.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Planning, but no funding for flood projects this year in Arlington Hts.
While Arlington Heights is moving toward decisions about a large and expensive plan to alleviate the village's flooding problems, none of those fixes will show up financially in the 2014-2015 budget.
Naomi R. Cain
She was born in Dayton, Ohio on January 19, 1912 to Perry and Julia Miller Eby and had lived in Richmond since 1973.
Alexian seeks to boost behavioral health capacity
Alexian Brothers Health System, Arlington Heights, Ill., announced plans to integrate its acute-care and behavioral health services in an effort to deal with increased demand for mental health treatment and a growing shortage of inpatient psychiatric beds.The division of Roman Catholic healthcare... For the best experience of ModernHealthcare.com ... (more)
Man goes on trial in fatal stabbing, beating of dad
After robbing and fatally beating and stabbing his father, 19-year-old Matthew Nellessen went on a shopping spree, took a girlfriend on a date and used his father's debit card to get spending money, prosecutors said at the start of his murder trial Wednesday.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Safety checkpoints announced as St. Paddy's Day nears
The Illinois State Police will conduct roadside safety checks in the Chicago area in anticipation of St. Patrick's Day celebrations beginning on Friday.
Son goes on trial in man's Arlington Heights beating, stabbing death
Jury selection began Tuesday in the trial of an Arlington Heights man accused of beating and stabbing his father to death at their home in 2011 after trying to take his life savings.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
More Snow To Stretch Already Thin Salt Supplies
The forecasted snow is the last thing towns with busted budgets need. The long winter is forcing towns and villages to stretch their salt supplies.
Margery Frisbie Arlington Hts. businesses pass on tradition
It would be hard to recollect when we bought our first pizza from Wayne's, but it felt like old home pizza week when I read in the March 3 Daily Herald that Wayne's had been serving up the same pizza recipe for 50 years.