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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (April 25, 2018)

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'Can You Afford to Retire?' class set for April 25 in Addison. 361
'Milk Street's' newest cookbook full of international flavor. 514
'Not bouncy' Bryant sits, but Maddon says he's fine. 339
'The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven' Ohio man suing Carol Stream Christian publisher in dispute over 'fabricated' book. 788
28 students in Huntley High business chapter compete at state; 7 advance to nationals. 158
4-H Public Presentations state competition now June 9. 431
5-year contract OK'd in Dist. 70 Contract: 'Salary enhancement plan,' bonus included. 492
A closer look at what defines 'fascism'. 370
Act locally: DuPage River Sweep needs volunteers. 459
Adams' slam helps Mundelein past Z-B. 554
Amazon begins delivery to your car. 404
Ann Karayiannis of Carbondale. 169
Another former Schaumburg cop wants conviction vacated. 593
Another request to vacate conviction Petition: Charges dropped against Cichy on Feb. 13. 579
Another request to vacate conviction. 579
Another thriller for Warren. 582
Around the state in 60 seconds. 494
Arrests loom after Peruvian villagers 'lynch' tourist accused of killing their shaman. 1320
Aurora librarian elected to young adult library board. 751
Author to give keynote address at annual Project HELP Breakfast May 8. 380
Badminton scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 197
Bank robbery suspect arrested. 123
Barrington has the edge at Palatine. 444
Barrington Road lane closures near tollway to start Wednesday. 161
Baseball scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 1274
Baseball. 2881
Baseball: Dawgs face a weak Aces squad SIU baseball looks to bounce back against Evansville Aces Dawgs were swept last weekend by Tennessee Tech. 455
Baseball: Metea Valley, Glenbard East, WW South win. 478
BATA. 161
Beard named new athletic director at DHS Beard: New director following father's footsteps. 393
Beard named new athletic director at DHS. 393
Bears could recoup a Round 3 pick by trading down in Round 1. 646
Bears could recoup Round 3 pick by trading down in Round 1. 652
Benton Farmers Market sees positive changes for 2018. 299
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group Announces 2017 Award Winners from the Schaumburg Office. Awards list 425
Bicycle has rich history as popular mode of transportation. 545
Birth notices. 412
Bitcoin hit scheme suspect freed to live with parents Bitcoin: Suspect could face minimum 20-year sentence. 255
Black golfer: It was like we had targets on our backs. 695
Blockbuster country music concert headed to Du Quoin State Fair Director: 'This is going to be the can't miss concert of the summer'. 290
BLOOMQUIST. 148
Blotter. 521
Bowlway can't hold lead as Elgin Lanes reclaims X-Town title. 536
Boys tennis scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 1127
Boys track scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 239
Boys volleyball scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 688
BRATTHAUER. 202
BRONEC, JR. 260
Campton Open Space Foundation bolsters its preservation efforts -BYLN- By Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN-. 295
Carbondale approves $54 million operating budget. 217
Caterpillar forecast sends stocks plunging; Dow down 500. 863
Caterpillar leads markets down Good-as-it-gets earnings guidance puts kibosh on upswing Earnings: Company is 'bellwether' of global growth. 612
Cauliflower with Tahini. Recipe 307
Celebrate Native American culture with Wild Onion Fest. 537
Centennial Farms program honors family farms. 587
Cheers to a great cause. 362
Cheers to helping Clearbrook at pub crawl. 362
Chester HS officials give insights into student life. 330
Chester resident gets name placed on NASA probe. 367
Chester sweeps to grab Sparta Invite title. 488
Christopher sends 16 to RLC during College Signing Day. 155
CHS places 6th at Freshman/Sophomore Invite. 430
CLC presents 20th Fear No Art festival April 27-28. 541
Coaches, please report all scores to the Daily Herald Cook County office by e-ma. 2338
Community calendar. Calendar 837
Cook County Sheriff's officer saves overdose victim. 150
Corner kick goal lifts Marion over Sikeston. 275
Cougars earn first home win of season. 372
Council investing $70,000 toward store renovations. 393
Council OKs $660,000 for HUB repairs. 308
County to be compensated for election delay Election: Vendor will pay for the overtime costs, replace machines. 513
Court orders judge to free rapper Meek Mill on bail. 434
Cracking Pace's 'Super 8' list for NFL draft Draft: Nelson, Fitzpatrick should be on Pace's list. 615
Cracking the Bears GM's Super 8 list for the NFL draft. 633
Crispy, juicy & tender Roasting a chicken to a showstopping golden brown has never been easier Chicken: It's an easy recipe as well as neat, using one pan. Recipe 430
Cubs pick up right where they left off Cubs:. 624
Daily Herald nominated for 18 Lisagor Awards Awards: Starks recognized for 2 sports photos. 319
Daily Herald nominated for 18 Lisagor Awards. 432
Davis, Hoffman Estates win at Meadows. 209
Deischer, Cary-Grove shut down Huntley. 556
Des Plaines awards Giuseppe's $15,000 for restaurant upgrades. 205
Des Plaines woman will live with parents while awaiting murder solicitation trial. 255
District 70, teachers agree to 5-year contract. 490
Dressed for success. 272
Du Quoin Police Blotter. 223
Dunning Auctions Service's founder to lead meeting. 465
DuPage County in 60 seconds. 381
ECC Arts Center presents 'The Best of The Second City' May 12. 238
Eighth River-to-River Trail Society hike Saturday. 151
Eldorado Garden Study Club celebrates Arbor Day with Bicentennial planting at SIC. 290
Elizabeth's Dried Fruit And Nut Granola. Recipe 370
ENGEL. 112
EPA chief backs limiting science used in decisions. 434
ESO silent auction for 'Hidden Treasure' fundraiser now live online. 584
Ex-U-46 board member will take social justice advocacy to national stage. 478
Ex-U-46 board member will take social justice advocacy to national stage. 478
Facebook finally explains why it bans some content, in 27 pages -BYLN- Elizabeth Dwoskin and Tracy Jan The Washington Post. 1239
Facebook is a habit for many online in U.S. 318
Feder: Sinclair amends its application for Tribune Media. 105
Federal judge rules for DACA program. 131
Fitness Day keeps students fit, helps fund schools. 452
Food co-op among candidates for Lombard site. 298
Food co-op among candidates for site. 366
For Kids' Sake art auction set for Friday at Longbranch. 333
Former U-46 board member to take social justice advocacy to national stage. 478
Fort Payne DAR Chapter honors students, community members. 495
Foundation bolsters preservation efforts. 305
Fourth Annual Green Garden Fair to be held in Elmhurst. 300
Fox Valley in 60 seconds. 362
Franklin County land transfers. 911
Franklin County man gets three years on weapons charge. 229
Free Fishing Day set for June 9 at Crab Orchard Refuge. 347
Friends for Therapeutic Equine Activities' new home seeks volunteers and horses. 213
From U-46 board to a social justice think tank Justice: Ellis says U-46 will always be close to her heart. 479
From U-46 to a social justice think tank Justice: Ellis says U-46 will always be close to her heart. 479
From U-46 to a social justice think tank. 478
From U-46 to a social justice think tank. 479
Fulmer goes to the limit to get victory for Addison Trail. 447
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 963
Gallatin County High School's David Matthews going to FBLA nationals. 116
Gallatin team wins science and engineering contest in Champaign Champs. 310
Geneva aldermen like Cetron Place idea. 278
Geneva, Batavia battle to 1-1 deadlock. McGavin, By Kevin 446
Gibbs sentenced to 11 years for robbery Harrisburg man will spend 15 years behind bars in total Gibbs. 463
Giese, Huntley roll over Prairie Ridge. Oshinski, By Allen 405
Girls soccer scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 755
Girls soccer: Crystal Lake South snaps Jacobs' streak. 452
Girls soccer: Lake County roundup. 297
Girls track scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 592
Girls water polo scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 117
Give it a 'tri' this summer at annual Triathlon and Duathlon. 205
Golf pro tip: How to be more consistent. Baresel, By Greg 558
Golf tip: Develop a plan for more consistent play. 493
Gordon gets it going late for Hersey in win at Elk Grove. 702
Grossman gets no-hitter. 757
Harper to take on ECC at cupcake competition in Hoffman Estates -BYLN- Daily Herald report. 328
Harper to take on ECC at cupcake competition. 332
Harrisburg gets resource officer until the end of the school year. 196
Harrisburg, Eldorado schools see benefit of state funding change Schools: 'We're looking to bring back some of the programs'. 599
Have a 'tweet' time counting birds with Spring Valley Nature Center. 260
Head to the Hills Golf Fest on April 28 at Palatine Hills Golf Course. 278
Heartbeat of America Truck: Love of cars runs in family. 499
Heartbeat of America. 499
Help an adult learn English with Literacy Volunteers Fox Valley -BYLN- Submitted by Peg Coker. 192
Here's evidence that a great bowl of ramen doesn't need pork or chicken. 262
Hester, Forte retire with Bears. 667
Hilltoppers clinch conference, Bucket. Voss, By Gregg 557
HOLT. 131
Hospital Auxiliary raised more than $6,000 in 2017. 389
How community college has changed my life. 529
How to build a seaworthy cardboard regatta vessel. 506
Huskies' Martin scores clutch goal. 490
Illinois House passes legislation for stronger drunk driving laws. 295
Illinois House passes tougher texting-while-driving law. 288
Illinois rivers helped feed economic growth in state. 850
Illinois rivers helped feed economic growth in state. 895
Illinois State Bank to host free community shredding day May 5. 263
In the swing of things Swing:. 771
Infinity Tool Manufacturing announces expansion plans. 302
Investigators say school design contributed to massacre. 520
ISP Dist. 13 to participate in Distracted Driving Week Education, enforcement campaign to take place April 23-27. 425
It's Buffalo Grove over Wheeling, in a close one. Esbrook, By Bill 796
Jackson County court report. 358
Jackson Donald Hill of Tamaroa. 414
Jail is not solution for kids in crisis. 488
JALC spring concert set for April 29. 248
Joe Walsh to attend Palatine Township GOP event. 116
John Looney was the prototype for gangsters who would follow. 824
JOHNSON. 222
Judson to launch mentorship program for foster youth. 305
Judson University to launch mentorship program for youth in foster care system. 305
Kane County Fair Board awards scholarships. 509
Keeping repeat DUI offenders off the street Recent Rolling Meadows case highlights the reasons why decades-long battle is needed. 382
Keith O'Neil 'Opie' Ginn of Harrisburg. 205
Keith O'Neil 'Opie' Ginn of Harrisburg. 204
Kiddie Academy of Batavia Hosts STEM Adventures. 213
Kiddie Academy of Carpentersville to host STEM Adventures April 28. 208
Komen Chicago to hold Mother's Day Race for the Cure. 479
Lake County in 60 seconds. 352
Lake Zurich finds winning blend against Warren. Silber, By Rusty 806
Land Transactions. 317
Layoffs short-lived at Perry County Sheriff's Office. 299
Letter to the editor. Letter to the editor 430
Letters: Michigan State U. kept ties to suburban coach accused of abuse. Letter to the editor 1210
Leyden puts an end to scoring woes. Garofola, By Mike 700
Library to Barrington: Find another way. 609
Local briefs. 670
LOZANO. 104
Malczewski, Prospect shut out Elk Grove. 477
Man nearly jumps off an overpass -- 13 truckers make a net. 431
Man sentenced to prison for crash that killed Aurora father. 172
Marion City Council approves $48.1 million budget Budget:. 357
Marion City Council approves $48.1 million budget. 357
Marion Duals tennis tournament gets moved but finally happens. 402
Marion Police Blotter. 282
Marion woman sentenced to 4 years for aggravated robbery. 160
Mark your calendar -- Things to do in DuPage County Today Saturday 28 Sunday 29 Monday 30 Tuesday 1 Thursday 3 Saturday 5. Calendar 762
Matters of Faith Do you count your riches in coins, or relationships? 625
Matthews wins 2018 Paul Simon essay contest at SIC. 192
May Chester Grade School breakfast menu. 168
May Chester Grade School lunch menu. 149
Mediacom helps bridge the digital divide Communications company connects area students in low-income households to high-speed internet -BYLN- submitted by Mediacom communications. 555
MHS Student Council earns national recognition. 311
Michael Hillegas DAR chapter hears about human trafficking. 157
Michigan State kept ties to Aurora-based coach accused of sexual abuse. 1219
Mid-April sees cooler soil temps. 239
Mid-April sees cooler soil temps. 239
Mississippi defendants spend months in jail awaiting trial. 234
More is too much in ambitious 'Avengers'. 492
More is too much in ambitious 'Avengers: Infinity War'. Movie review 551
Motive elusive after van driver kills 10 on Toronto sidewalk. 778
Motsinger to give presentation on pre-Columbian stone walls. 120
Movie guide. Movie review 1499
Mrzlak's hit lifts Jacobs over D-C. Hess, By Dave 455
Mt. Prospect adding new park to downtown revival. 467
NAMYST. 137
Naperville Park District IT director receives "4 Under 40 Achievement Award". 167
Networking Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 586
Neuqua buckles down to beat Huskies. Martinez, By Andy 547
New bill pushes tollway changes Change: 'Taxpayers have a right to know how their money is being spent'. 522
New bill pushes tollway changes. 543
New book shares story of courage, survival and love. 281
New security cameras OK'd for Pavilion, Police Dept. 319
News briefs. 857
No injuries reported in small basement fire at Bartlett home. 122
Northwest suburbs in 60 seconds. 510
Northwestern Medicine dietitian offers four tips to 'spring clean' your health. 464
Notice. 2522
NRA supporters are blowing up Yeti coolers. Yeti says it's all a big mistake. 1074
Offices, shops, residences, hotel Metroburb: Developer has not asked for tax breaks, but they may be used. 597
Offices, shops, residences, hotel. 597
One-Pan Roast Chicken and Potatoes. Recipe 329
Only public outrage can get 'Fair Maps' done. Reprint 417
Open house for adult degree completion program in the northwest suburbs held on May 2. 241
Organ concert features 'Music of Living Composers'. 434
Paying for College Without Going Broke Free Seminar in Bolingbrook. 478
Pepsi CEO Crisp involved in car accident on Interstate 57. 211
Perry County Blotter. 206
Perry county courthouse report. 668
Perry County Sheriff's Department Blotter. 209
PERRY. 265
PGA Tour primed for big 2nd half. 681
Phelps Finnie working with oil and gas association to help develop southern Illinois area. 315
Piccolo award hits close to home for Bears' Cunningham. 482
Picosa to perform music from Spain, Latin America. 396
Police lobby gets a Little Free Library. 262
Police seek missing Hanover Park man. 118
Police: Suspicious person approaches girl. 109
Portillo's serves heart-shaped cake for mom's day. 170
Power-hitting Palka looks to make impact. 465
Prescription Drug Take Back event happening Saturday in Marion. 189
Proof a great bowl of ramen doesn't need pork or chicken. 262
Prosecutor to Cosby jury: 'Tell truth about what he did'. 575
Public is invited to annual College Signing Day at CHS. 193
Public Service Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 551
PUCCIO. 188
Registration begins for ECC summer, fall sessions. 470
Remains found of elephant ancestor. 130
Report points to power struggle involving pick to lead the VA. 434
Republican wins House race in Arizona GOP stronghold. 540
Republicans call for greater scrutiny of Pruitt's management, spending. Eilperin, By Juliet; Dawsey, Josh; Post, Mike Debonis The Washington 351
Rolling Meadows to host 1st business expo. 304
Sanchez's swing powers Mundelein. 551
Scholarships. 253
SCHROER. 283
Science instructor John Shultz is SIC's 2018 Outstanding Teacher Shultz. 502
Setter, Waubonsie trip up WW South. Walker, By Chris 508
Several arrested on drug charges. 176
Sheriff's and police reports Randolph County Sheriff SPARTA POLICE. 492
SIC speech team wins second place in national contest Falcons also take gold in individual events. 359
SIC speech team wins second place in national contest. 359
Simplify your Mother's Day shopping with personal training and massage specials. 284
Sinclair amends its application for Tribune media. 758
Sip, eat and enjoy at Spring Beer Garden. 131
SIU blotter. 606
SIU Distinguished Alumni Award recipients to be honored. 560
Softball scoreboard: Tuesday, April 24 results. 930
Softball: Geneva, St. Charles East post UEC wins. 340
Some raises, pay freezes for DuPage officials. 371
Southwest has grappled with fines, union safety complaints. 528
Sparta resident picks right card for $1.5 million Queen of Hearts jackpot. 404
Special liturgy celebrates St. Dymphna, patron saint of those struggling with emotional/mental illnesses. 245
Sports in 60 seconds. 560
Spring cleanup Eldorado continues to demolish derelict homes. 320
Spring cleanup Eldorado continues to demolish derelict houses Demolish: 'It was in bad shape'. 320
Spring cleanup nets 500 pounds of trash The Keep Carbondale Beautiful effort was held on Saturday around the city. 257
St. Charles North handles St. Charles East. Brueske, By Craig 511
St. Charles Police to Host Free Document Shredding Event May 19th. 103
St. Charles Police to Participate in Second Annual Distracted Driving Awareness Week. 366
St. Charles seeks developers for final buildings of First Street project. 384
St. Sophia Church's Greek Fest. 462
State lawmakers eyeing ways to prevent patronage at tollway. 543
Steeleville Area Public Library notes. 164
Steeleville dominates Van Buren tourney. 1174
Steeleville High School notes. 741
Steeleville women killed after vehicle rolls over. 148
Strong effort from Volstad, but White Sox offense fails to show -BYLN- By Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com. 598
Strong Volstad outing spoiled. 603
Students earn awards at conference. Conference news 368
Study: Black students disciplined more often. 573

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