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  1. Feline dental care avoids problems laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Daily Herald

    If you look at the inside of your feline's mouth you will see perfection based on the functionality of the large fang-like teeth, tearing molars and baby grooming incisors. That is a lot of mouth to keep in great working condition .

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  2. Prospect produces regional title at Lake ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Just seven days after slipping on the proverbial banana peel and allowing to Barrington to win the Mid-Suburban League wrestling tournament, Prospect enjoyed a much more fruitful outcome on Saturday. This time the Knights stayed firmly on track down the stretch to outscore league rival Conant and capture the Lake Park regional title Saturday in Roselle.

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  3. Schaumburg takes team title; Conneely, Odarczenko excel as individualsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Mary Conneely of Maine West and Victoria Odarczenko of Maine South had a distinct disadvantage at Saturday's Palatine girls bowling regional. Neither the Warriors nor the Hawks have a girls bowling team, so the two juniors bowled -- as is acceptable under IHSA standards -- as individuals at Brunswick Zone in Lake Zurich.

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  4. DuPage Airport suit could pull Pheasant Run out of St. CharlesRead the original story

    Saturday | Daily Herald

    One of the pieces of property that put St. Charles on the map more than 50 years ago soon might be removed from its borders. DuPage Airport officials have filed a condemnation lawsuit against Pheasant Run Resort in an effort to block the iconic resort's plans to transform its golf course into residential housing as part of a major renovation to restore the business to profitability.

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  5. Could workers in Hanover Park benefit from earlier train and Pace bus shuttle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Herald

    People who commute to Hanover Park to work early morning and late night shifts need a way to get from the Metra station to work and Trustee Herb Porter on Thursday suggested the village work with Pace and Metra to get a shuttle in place that would do just that. "It's necessary because we have workers coming in from Chicago, and employers say tardiness becomes a problem when their workers get caught in traffic," Porter said.

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  6. Schaumburg third-grader Illinois winner of Google Doodle contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Herald

    Amelia Sanders, a third grader at Thomas Dooley Elementary School in Schaumburg, was surprised during a school assembly Friday to learn that she was the Illinois winner of this year's Doodle 4 Google national contest. Each year, students from kindergarten through high school are invited to doodle based on a specific theme.

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  7. Night life events: Schaumburg's Level 257 hosts Mardi Gras MasqueradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Daily Herald

    MAN leads the Mardi Gras Masquerade celebration beginning at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at Level 257. For $20, the evening includes dancing, entertainment, bowling, gameplay, competitions, video game tournaments, passed appetizers, one complementary drink from the Mardi Gras cocktail list and drink specials throughout the evening.

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  8. Hersey wins first girls gymnastics regional in 25 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Daily Herald

    Trailing host Maine South entering the final two events, the Huskies used a strong floor and beam to edge the Hawks 138.575-138.45 and secure their first regional title since 1991. Hersey joins Prairie Ridge, Fremd and Barrington as automatic qualifiers for the Schaumburg sectional at 6 p.m. on Monday.

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  9. Scouting postseason wrestling / NorthwestRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | Daily Herald

    On the mat: Everyone know Oak Park-River Forest is a dominant force. The Huskies are not only the reigning state champs, they're also nationally ranked this year, eighth in the nation according to Intermat Magazine.

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  10. 8th District Democrats compare credentials, experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Daily Herald

    The Democrats hoping to succeed congresswoman Tammy Duckworth as representative of the 8th District each believe their different backgrounds make them the best choice for voters in the March 15 party primary. Villa Park Mayor Deb Bullwinkel, state Sen. Michael Noland of Elgin and business owner and former deputy state treasurer Raja Krishnamoorthi of Schaumburg compared their qualifications during an interview Wednesday with the Daily Herald Editorial Board.

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  11. Antioch's Duehr nets Daily Herald girls basketball MVP honorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Daily Herald

    Antioch senior guard Alexis Duehr has earned Daily Herald MVP honors for her performances in a pair of recent girls basketball victories. Alexis Duehr, Antioch: The senior guard is heating up at the right time.

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  12. Suburban sports bars up their game for Super BowlRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Daily Herald

    Whether you're a hard-core sports fan or just get swept up in the excitement about the year's biggest game, you've got plenty of options for where to watch the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos play on Sunday. Bars and restaurants throughout the area are airing the Super Bowl on huge screens while featuring food and drink specials to give you the fuel to keep cheering all night long.

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  13. Dawn Patrol: Is Woodstock Willie ever right?Read the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Daily Herald

    Woodstock Willie the groundhog yesterday predicted an early spring. But no one is quite sure if the animal really predicts anything correctly.

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  14. Fremd wraps up seventh straight Mid-Suburban West titleRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Daily Herald

    She probably could never have imagined that one day she'd be a senior for the Vikings celebrating a record seventh straight Mid-Suburban West title. "It was fun to watch and now fun to be part of," said Simios, who also grabbed 4 rebounds as the No.

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  15. Fremd vs. Schaumburg girls basketballRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Daily Herald

    Schaumburg's Maya Bowens, front, makes a move in the post against Fremd defender Melissa Adrian during Tuesday's game in Palatine. Fremd's Brianna Lewis shoots a jump shot between Schaumburg's Regina D'Orazio, left, and Maya Bowens during Tuesday's game in Palatine.

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  16. Editorial: Social workers growing ever more important to modern policingRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Daily Herald

    Police departments are under the microscope these days as much for how they interact with the community as for the crimes they solve. That's why, as Daily Herald staff writer Madhu Krishnamurthy reported Monday, the role of the police social worker is becoming more necessary.

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  17. Federal labor leader, U.S. ambassador launch unique Harper College, Zurich America partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Daily Herald

    U.S. Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu joined representatives from Zurich America, Harper College and a U.S. ambassador on Tuesday to officially launch what is being touted as a first-of-its kind apprenticeship program for the insurance industry. The program, which began in January, is the first certified insurance apprenticeship in the U.S., and is based on a model already popular in Switzerland, where Zurich was founded.

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  18. Music notes: Homesafe, InsideOut rock the Beat KitchenRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Daily Herald

    Oak Lawn rock band Homesafe has only been playing together since 2014, but the trio ­-- Ryan Rumchaks, Tyler Albertson and Emanuel Duran -- has managed to strike a balance between frenetic punk and polished rock. They're teaming with high-energy Schaumburg pop rockers InsideOut ; Nice Things , a solid alternative band with shades of Chicago's indie sound; and Cary pop-punk foursome Coastlines to blow the doors off Beat Kitchen.

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  19. Des Plaines aldermen keep taxpayer-funded health careRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Daily Herald

    Des Plaines aldermen voted Monday night to keep the taxpayer-funded health insurance benefits they and other city elected officials receive. Only two aldermen, Denise Rodd and Don Smith, and Mayor Matt Bogusz spoke in favor of ending the benefits -- all three of whom have chosen not to receive city health insurance themselves.

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  20. Fremd powers to 24th straight regional titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Daily Herald

    The pieces are falling into place for the Fremd girls gymnastics team, and the Vikings completed the puzzle of the Palatine regional on Monday night. Senior Lisa Radochonski and senior Carly DeFilippo went 1-2 in the all-around powering the Vikings to the team title with 146.95.

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