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  1. Threat not credible, but Lake Park cancels classesRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Administrators canceled classes Friday morning at both Lake Park High School campuses in Roselle after a social media threat caused a "significant disruption to the school day." Roselle police told administrators as early as 7 a.m. that there was no credible threat, despite postings "all over the place" on social media, Deputy Chief Roman Tarchala said.

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  2. Lake Park cancels classes after social media threatRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    Classes have been canceled today at Lake Park High School campuses in Roselle due to a "significant disruption to the school day" caused by a social media threat, officials said. Buses began arriving to remove students from the school's East Campus around 10:30 a.m. and were scheduled to head to the West Campus a short time later.

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  3. Extra police presence after possible threat at Lake ParkRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    Extra police officers have been assigned today to the Lake Park High School campuses in Roselle after parents and students warned officials about a potential threat. In a note on the Lake Park website, administrators say they are "carefully reviewing the situation" and "understand that parents may want to remove their student from school."

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  4. Images: Geneva vs. Wheaton Warrenville South, girls sectional championship basketballRead the original story

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    The Vikings of Geneva celebrate a sectional title game win in girls basketball over Wheaton Warrenville South at Lake Park High School in Roselle Thursday night. The Vikings of Geneva celebrate a sectional title game win in girls basketball over Wheaton Warrenville South at Lake Park High School in Roselle Thursday night.

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  5. House candidates decry ads linking Republican hopeful to MadiganRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Herald

    A mailer paid for by House Republican Organization on behalf of 56th District state House candidate Charlotte Kegarise alleges that GOP rival Jillian Rose Bernas has ties to Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan. Both Republican candidates say the ad has no merit.

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  6. Geneva's Berry House Shops retailers are making a comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Herald

    Business owners who make Berry House Shops at 227 S. Third St. in Geneva their home have a sense that a new aura of excitement is coming to the small indoor "shopping center" along Geneva's popular retail strip. It starts with talk from the building owner about sprucing up both the inside and outside of the building and potentially improving the shops' website and outdoor signage.

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  7. Three Republicans squaring off in DuPage District 1 board raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | Daily Herald

    DuPage County Board member Sam Tornatore, right, is the only incumbent in the Republican primary race for two District 1 seats. The two other candidates seeking the GOP nomination are Paul DeMichele, left, and Dino Gavanes.

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  8. Roselle man charged with manslaughter in North Side bar fight that turned fatalRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 14 | Daily Herald

    Charges have been filed in the death of a Berwyn man who suffered fatal injuries during a fight last month with a Roselle man at a Goose Island neighborhood bar. Pedro Soto, 42, of Roselle, is charged with a felony count of involuntary manslaughter in the Jan. 14 death of 31-year-old Jenaro Carballo.

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  9. Artists, musicians featured at gallery walk in BartlettRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | Daily Herald

    Tatiana Kotova, right, a Bartlett violist, and pianist Tatiana Erokhina perform Friday, Feb. 16, during the "On a Grand Scale" exhibit opening at Arts in Bartlett. Bartlett resident Marianne Andersen's digital art, "Pixilated Red Peony," will be one of the works on display in the exhibit "On a Grand Scale" at Arts in Bartlett.

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  10. Brunch Cafe expanding to KildeerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 14 | Daily Herald

    The new eatery, under construction at 20393 N. Rand Road, will be the seventh location for the company that started 10 years ago. The restaurant group, started in February 2008 when opening its first Brunch Cafe in Fox River Grove.

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  11. WW South tips lead away from Lake ParkRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Daily Herald

    The lead changed hands just once in Tuesday's DuPage Valley Conference girls basketball game at Lake Park. That was all Wheaton Warrenville South needed.

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  12. Immanuel School-Batavia welcomes exchange teachers from ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Daily Herald

    Immanuel Lutheran School Principal Donna Laughlin introduces the Chinese exchange teachers to eighth-graders during a preview visit last week. Immanuel Lutheran School in Batavia has been invited to participate in an exciting educational exchange program.

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  13. Mundelein school ready for first musical productionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 5 | Daily Herald

    After rehearsing for months, students at Carl Sandburg Middle School in Mundelein will perform "Beauty and the Beast Jr." this weekend, the first musical in the school's history. Performers prepare to rehearse for "Beauty and the Beast Jr." at Carl Sandburg Middle School in Mundelein.

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  14. St. Viator to stage 'The Little Mermaid'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 30 | Daily Herald

    St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights will present Disney's "The Little Mermaid." At rehearsal are junior Maggie Van Valkenburg as Ariel and junior Danny Thompson as Scuttle.

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  15. Rapid rescoring can provide quick credit fixRead the original story

    Monday Jan 29 | Daily Herald

    Many mortgage applicants have never heard of "rapid rescoring" or CreditXpert score simulations -- in part because some lenders choose not to educate them. That's unfortunate, because anyone who's looking for the most favorable interest rates and terms in 2018's rising interest rate environment ought to know at least the basics about them -- especially if their current score puts them near a break point between getting a better deal or qualifying for a loan altogether.

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  16. Theater events: Writers Theatre marks its first staging of a Eugene O'Neill playRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 29 | Daily Herald

    A.C. Smith and Bethany Thomas co-star in Writers Theatre's revival of Eugene O'Neill's "A Moon for the Misbegotten." Director William Brown's production of the bittersweet love story "A Moon for the Misbegotten" marks the first time Writers Theatre has staged a Eugene O'Neill play.

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  17. Zehnder, Lake Park capture DVC titleRead the original story

    Friday Jan 26 | Daily Herald

    What's more difficult, winning three straight DuPage Valley Conference meets or snagging the all-around title despite not winning an event? Lake Park senior Kelly Zehnder didn't have an answer, but she's now accomplished both. The Lancers edged Wheaton co-op 144.95 to 144.45 in the final DVC meet on Friday night in Roselle.

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  18. Sound check: Company of Thieves, Walk the Moon hit Aragon BallroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2018 | Daily Herald

    The recently reunited Company of Thieves returns home Friday, Jan. 26, as part of Walk the Moon's "Press Restart Tour" stop at the Aragon Ballroom. 2017's reunion between Roselle native Marc Walloch, his Company of Thieves co-founder Genevieve Schatz and Chris Faller, who had become a permanent member on drums, has given a second journey to the Chicago indie rock band.

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  19. 'Rapid rescoring' can provide quick credit fixRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2018 | Daily Herald

    Many mortgage applicants have never heard of "rapid rescoring" or CreditXpert score simulations -- in part because some lenders choose not to educate them. That's unfortunate, because anyone who's looking for the most favorable interest rates and terms in 2018's rising interest rate environment ought to know at least the basics about them -- especially if their current score puts them near a break point between getting a better deal or qualifying for a loan altogether.

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  20. Incumbent decides not to seek re-election to DuPage County BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | Daily Herald

    Two Republicans, including a longtime incumbent, have dropped out of the March primary race for seats on the DuPage County Board. Paul Fichtner of Elmhurst, who has served on the panel since 2004, will step down when his term ends on Nov. 30. Even though he submitted petitions to get on the ballot in District 1, Fichtner said he withdrew because he has a new job as a CFO in Chicago.

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