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  1. Need for pool sparked creation of Mount Prospect Park DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Daily Herald

    The Lions Recreation Center, part of the Mount Prospect Park District, was built in 1956, with an addition in 1970. The Big Surf Wave Pool at Lions Park was one of the first of its kind in the Chicago suburbs.

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  2. Celebrate Pioneer Day in Elk GroveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Daily Herald

    See historical demonstrations, including weaving and an array of historic characters dressed in costume, during the Pioneer Day celebration in Elk Grove Village Sunday, Sept. 17. Join in the fall festivities at the annual Pioneer Day celebration from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept.

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  3. Kelly Miller Circus to give performances in Elk Grove VillageRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Daily Herald

    The Kelly Miller Circus will be in Elk Grove Village on Wednesday and Thursday this week, performing with elephants in the state for the last time. The circus has performances at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. both days at Sanders Park, 590 Tonne Road.

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  4. Moylan joins District 62 for Back to School CelebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Daily Herald

    In an effort to advocate for local schools and welcome students back for yet another school year, state Rep. Marty Moylan, D-Des Plaines, joined Des Plaines Community Consolidated School District 62 to celebrate the beginning of the 2017 -2018 School Year at North Elementary School Monday, Aug. 21. "It was great to see all the students and parents excited about getting back to school," Moylan said. "It is very important that we continue to support our children by encouraging them to work hard, stay in school and creating a comfortable and productive school environment."

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  5. Dawn Patrol: Suburban natives share Hurricane Irma experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Daily Herald

    Former Elk Grove Village police officer Tom Sturgulewski, now a police officer in Naples, Florida, poses in front of one of the uprooted Banyan trees toppled by Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Irma wasn't as apocalyptic as many predicted, but suburban natives in Florida say it was scary and surreal.

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  6. Spared by Irma, suburban natives say storm was still terrifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 11 | Daily Herald

    Former Elk Grove Village police officer Tom Sturgulewski, who now is a police officer in Naples, Florida, took a photo of some of the destruction in Naples from Hurricane Irma. Former Elk Grove Village police officer Tom Sturgulewski, who now is a police officer in Naples, Florida, poses in front of one of the uprooted Banyan trees toppled by Hurricane Irma.

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  7. Hurricane relief effort in suburbsRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Daily Herald

    Schaumburg-based DecisionOne Dental is partnering with the American Red Cross to collect dental supplies and cash contributions during September to be donated to the hurricane relief effort. To make a donation, visit any of DecisionOne Dental's 19 locations, including Aurora, Cary, Crystal Lake, Elk Grove Village, Lake in the Hills, Palatine, Schaumburg, St. Charles and Wheaton.

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  8. DuPage Medical Group acquires Northwest Health Care AssociatesRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Daily Herald

    Northwest Health Care Associates is a multi-specialty practice with locations serving Chicago's northwest suburbs. Founded in 1981, Northwest Health Care Associates is physician owned and directed.

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  9. Constable: How Elk Grove Village company finds success with 'old' modelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 10 | Daily Herald

    The story of how model-maker Revell became a major player in the merchandising of this December's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" movie begins a long time ago in an Elk Grove Village industrial park far, far away . "We started in 1945 with balsa wood, doing boats and airplanes," says Lou Aguilera, vice president and general manager of Revell, which advertises itself as a business "started by modelers, for modelers," During World War II, "we had grade-school kids building models," says Aguilera.

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  10. Constable: From balsa boats to Star Wars for Elk Grove model makerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 9 | Daily Herald

    The story of how model-maker Revell became a major player in the merchandising of this December's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" movie begins a long time ago in an Elk Grove Village industrial park far, far away . "We started in 1945 with balsa wood, doing boats and airplanes," says Lou Aguilera, vice president and general manager of Revell, which advertises itself as a business "started by modelers, for modelers," During World War II, "we had grade-school kids building models," says Aguilera.

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  11. Too late to leave Florida, suburban transplants prepare as Irma bears downRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Daily Herald

    Retired Elk Grove Village police officer Tom Sturgulewski prepares the hurricane shutters of his home in Naples, Florida, where his current law enforcement job is keeping him from evacuating before Hurricane Irma. Former Naperville resident Jill McGarry, her 5-year-old son Finnegan, 3-year-old daughter Isla, and husband Josh in front of the garage refrigerator packed with drinking water in their Brandeton, Florida, home.

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  12. Hibachi Grill Buffet in Elk Grove Village to pay $100,000 settlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Daily Herald

    Hibachi Grill Buffet in Elk Grove Village will settle an Illinois attorney general lawsuit that said the restaurant paid Latino workers far below the minimum wage and required them to live in overcrowded, squalid apartments infested with rats and bedbugs. U.S. District Court Judge John Z. Lee issued a consent decree Tuesday ordering the restaurant to pay $100,000 in back wages and penalties to resolve the federal lawsuit, which described a scheme between Chinese buffet restaurants and underground Chicago employment agencies to target Mexican workers for illegally cheap labor.

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  13. Salvation Army giving hurricane response courses in Elk Grove VillageRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 7 | Daily Herald

    The Salvation Army in Chicago is offering specialized volunteer training sessions in Elk Grove Village for anyone who wants to help response efforts to hurricane battering the Gulf Coast. The sessions are for volunteers interested in helping response efforts to Hurricane Harvey in Texas and potentially Hurricane Irma in Florida.

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  14. Siemens' digital future comes through Elk Grove training centerRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Daily Herald

    Global manufacturing technology giant Siemens AG is preparing to unveil its vision of digital manufacturing later this month at EMO 2017 in Hannover, Germany. The company will showcase its digital offerings -- including its new cloud-based, internet of Things operating system MindSphere -- over a massive 13,000-square-foot area at the world's largest manufacturing trade show.

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  15. Dann Gire goes ape over 1933's classic 'King Kong'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Daily Herald

    The original 1933 classic monster movie "King Kong" comes to the Elk Grove Theater as part of a Classic Films Series curated by the Chicago Film Critics Association. How tall did the actual gorilla in 1933's original classic monster movie "King Kong" stand? Why does this black-and-white, old-school visual effects motion picture still rank as the greatest creature feature ever committed to celluloid? Good questions, and I will answer them and all others when I host a Chicago Film Critics Association showing of Willis O'Brien's masterpiece at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.

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  16. Images: #TBT Gallery looks back at September 1972Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Daily Herald

    The photos in our dusty archive show an easygoing atmosphere in September 1972. Kids were learning skills like ballet and fencing, parents were visiting craft shows, 4-H members were showing off their wares and the Goodyear Blimp made a stop in Wheeling.

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  17. Mechanics strike drags on but some cutting solo deals with unionRead the original story

    Monday Sep 4 | Daily Herald

    Ever since the error sign flashed on her trusty Nissan, Kimberly Riney has lived on borrowed time and a borrowed car. The Wood Dale driver's dealership can't repair her car because its mechanics are on strike, a walkout affecting close to 130 members of the New Car Dealers Committee since it started Aug. 1. Some dealerships have broken with the NCDC and made peace with the Automobile Mechanics Local 701, although that's sparked a complaint to the National Labor Relations Board.

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  18. Will the show go on after Illinois bans circus elephants?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 2 | Daily Herald

    Elephants and performers take center stage with the Carson and Barnes Circus in 2011 in Addison. Next year, a new state law will ban elephants from the circus.

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  19. Northwest suburban police blotterRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 2 | Daily Herald

    A court date is Sept. 14. • Carice A. Keefe, 47, of the 1100 block of Grissom Trail, Elk Grove Village, was arrested around 10:47 a.m. Aug. 20 at her home and charged with theft, criminal damage to property and criminal trespass to residence around 6:30 p.m. Aug. 19. A court date is Oct. 2. • Burglars broke into a 2016 Mazda between 3:40 and 6:40 p.m. Aug. 26 on the 100 block of North Douglas and stole a wallet valued at $200.

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  20. With challenge dropped, District 59 will need voter OK to sell bondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 | Daily Herald

    Elk Grove Township Elementary District 59 will need voter approval if it wants to sell up to $20 million in taxpayer-funded bonds after a challenge to a referendum effort was spiked Thursday. The Cook County clerk's office determined Wednesday that opponents of the bond issue had enough signatures to put the question on the March ballot, prompting Esther Carrera, an Elk Grove Township Democrat party leader, to withdraw objections to petitions.

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