Sunday Apr 13
Tight wedding ring, other subtle changes pointed to tumor
Waiting for Phil Van Duyne to emerge from surgery to remove a tumor on his pituitary gland, wife Kathy sits at Northwestern Memorial Hospital with their children, from left, Mary Kate, Megan, Margaret, Philip and Monica.
Bulldog Ale House Open for Business in New Lenox
Bulldog Ale House owner Paul Marrin feels like a celebrity. While running errands in New Lenox, everybody seems to know his name.
Help -- and tears -- follow story on Schaumburg veterinarian
A week ago the Daily Herald reported the generous assistance provided to Roselle fire victim Donna Rozycki and her three dogs by Schaumburg veterinarian Jeffrey Bloomberg.
Fire victim praises heart of Schaumburg veterinarian
Donna Rozycki, her daughter Katlyn Hanson and their three dogs have had a long road to recovery since they narrowly escaped the fire that consumed their rented home in Roselle during Thanksgiving weekend 2012.
Roselle youth are making a difference
"We encourage Scouts to raise their own funds," said Scout leader, Maryann Grygiel.
Family of 'Buddy' the Pit Bull Still Waiting for Dog's Day in Court
No court date has been set yet, for a 7-year-old pit bull that attacked two vet techs at a clinic in Tinley Park Feb. 21. "Buddy" is being held at an animal clinic in Roselle, as his owners await word of what will become of their beloved family pet.
Ray Graham Association reopens Lombard center
Arthur Voss, left, of Roselle and Tom Nealon, of Bloomingdale, check out the multipurpose room at the Ray Graham Association's community learning center in Lombard during the center's grand reopening Friday.
Roselle man held on child porn charges
Schmidt has been charged with four counts of possession of child pornography following an investigation by Wheaton police officers who were led to Schmidt's home.
Kaifesh claims victory in 8th District GOP primary
Kaifesh cruised to victory Tuesday over fellow Republican Manju Goel. U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Col.