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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (April 17, 2019)

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"Chicago Treasure" Book Launch Party on May 4 in Glenview Celebrates New Children's Book that Stars Local Children. 271
"Round Table" Business Organization Hosts 80th Annual Meeting. 546
'Aida' coming to SIC stage Aida. 480
'Biz Kids'. 224
'I mourned her as if she were one of my own': Paramedic reflects on 2009 tragedy. 560
'Once in a lifetime'. 796
'Penguins' a delightful early Father's Day gift. 378
'Running campaigns is incredibly expensive'. 603
2018 Masters memories still fresh for amateur from Arlington Heighs. 807
2018-2019 Tri-Cities Jank Ambassador returns from Global Citizen trip abroad as new ambassador candidates are nominated at home. 955
2018-2019 Tri-Cities Jank Ambassador returns from Global Citizen trip abroad as new ambassador candidates are nominated at home. 955
2nd Annual Blue Mound UMC Easter Sunrise Observance. 109
3 former workers at Downers Grove day care face child endangerment charges. 398
4-H youth leadership opportunities available. 661
4C's director: Center helps people throughout the region Center: 4C food pantry serves 1,200-1,500 people each month. 422
8 clever kitchen uses for that roll of parchment paper. Recipe 985
A career in agriculture doesn't always mean life on the farm. 281
A little gem buried deep in Saline County; Glen O. Jones Lake. 504
AAMP supports those with autism, special needs AAMP: Group to plant sensory garden. 436
Acclaimed Oakton Six Piano Ensemble to perform concert. 295
All case information was provided by the Marion Police Department. All cases sho. 539
Allegra earns international marketing award. 500
Allegra Marketing Print Mail in Palatine earns International Recognition. 246
Always something to see and do at the Cache River Wetlands. 472
Amanda Rhyne named Memorial Hospital employee of the quarter. 229
Amtrak on hot seat for Union Station meltdown. 513
Amtrak says its 'not interested' in giving up control of Union Station. 511
Apple, Qualcomm settle bitter dispute over iPhone technology. 406
Are there really benefits from farm-to-table eating? 417
As flames engulfed Notre Dame, a fire brigade chaplain helped save the treasures inside. 984
As TCM guest programmer, Glen Ellyn film buff to introduce 'The Quiet Man' and its place in family lore. 477
As TCM guest programmer, Glen Ellyn man to introduce 'The Quiet Man,' and its pl. 814
Auditions. 969
Aurora Pride Parade back on, if group can raise cash by April 30-BYLN- By Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com. 533
AURORA PRIDE PARADE It's back on, if funding goal is met Pride: 'We're going to raise enough'. 527
AURORA PRIDE PARADE It's back on, if funding goal is met Pride: 'We're going to raise enough'. 523
AURORA PRIDE PARADE It's back on, if funding goal is met. 527
Authorities: Distracted driving must become socially unacceptable. 417
Barn Colony to hold Spring Show May 3. 339
Barrington High stadium to get replacement artificial surface. 351
Barrington to welcome consul general of France:. 178
Baseball Wildcats lose heartbreaker in Sikeston. 597
Baseball: Elk Grove's Rojahn, Balzano no-hit Wheeling. 361
Batavia edges Glenbard N.; Aversa wins 300th. 560
Batavia Kiwanis to host Pasta Art Dente. 347
Benton boys track team making strides. 820
Benton picks up wins last week. 783
Beverly D. Gitelman of Chester. 247
Bill strips townships of zoning control over wind farms. 384
Blood drives scheduled in region. 347
Blue Jackets topple league-best Lightning in historic 1st-round sweep. 440
Blue Mound garbage pickup rates to increase. 641
Blue Mound goes big for amazing Easter egg hunt This funny life -BYLN-. 375
Blue Mound goes big for amazing Easter egg hunt. 375
Bob Cowman, turkey hunter. 695
Bowling. 217
Boys tennis: Wheaton North gets boost from bottom of the lineup-BYLN- By Paul Steeno Daily Herald Correspondent. 551
Bradley sweeps doubleheader, series from Baseball Salukis. 218
Bradley sweeps doubleheader, series from Baseball Salukis. 404
Breakfast Strata With Spinach And Gruyere. 387
Bring Joy Coconut Chocolate Candies. Recipe 561
Bring the kids for Nokomis egg hunt. Awards list 110
Brother duo leads Viator past Carmel. 528
Buffalo Grove board delivers fond farewell to longtime trustee. 486
Buffalo Grove extends village manager's contract. 323
Bulldogs make clean sweep over weekend Harrisburg wins three, including two Saturday. 327
Bullpen sparks St. Charles North. Brueske, By Craig 562
Bulls reader mailbag How much lottery luck do Bulls need? 1013
Business Ledger to host Small Business Economic Forum. 225
CAM FFA competes in livestock judging. 129
CAM Track weekend results. 113
Campton Hills approves video gambling 4-3. 342
Carmel condemns student's racist social media post. 522
Carnegie Schuyler Library Memorials, new books. 126
Carolyn Hunt, 81, of Nokomis, dies at home. Obituary 168
Cases conclude. 337
Celebrate Holy Week, Easter at Holy Cross Anglican Church in Lake Villa. 233
Central A&M FFA participates in District Parliamentary Procedure CDE. 122
Chester Animal Hospital about to break ground on larger facility -BYLN- By Gwendy Garner Contributing writer. 228
Chester city council honors volunteers Council. 361
Chester Grade school menus. 111
Chester High School honor roll High honor roll Honor roll. 573
chester Rotary Club Pastor cares for a flock of a different species. 206
Chester Senior Center menus. Recipe 155
Chicago Premium Outlets Announces Easter Hours. 124
Chicago subsidizes downstate, not other way around. 624
China's economic growth steady amid tariff fight. 134
Christopher Degg, 39, Clay, KY, passes. 141
CHS girls track Team finishes strong second at Red Bud; 6th at Old Settlement meet Girls. 774
Citizens for Conservation acquires land for restoration. 669
CMSF students enjoy paddleball tournament. 435
Conference: Speakers for Trauma Informed System of Care at JALC announced. Conference news 405
Conn's clutch hit lifts St. Charles East; Aversa wins 300th. 1026
Construction begins at Ferrell Hospital. 160
Cook County Health Offers Tips to Protect Your Skin During Spring Break. Polochak, Caitlin 191
Cook County scoreboard for Tuesday, April 16. 5241
Costs rise for Arlington Hts. project, but grant will cover half -BYLN- By Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com. 444
Council discusses utility privatization Council: Special meeting called to swear in the new members. 506
Creal Springs celebrates 'Springthyme in the Country' Country: Treasure hunting proves fruitful. 351
Creamy bean puree recipes Warm Pureed Beans With Olive Oil and Lemony Brussels Sprouts Roasted Beets and Shredded Mustard Greens Roasted Leeks and Cauliflower. Recipe 1194
Crews assess damage to Notre Dame. Harlan, By Chico; Birnbaum, Michael; Post, James McAuley The Washington 761
Crime of the Week. 175
Cross. 290
Cupich asks Chicago-area parishes to ring bells for Notre Dame Wednesday morning. 118
Dallas Presnell, 98, Pana, passes away April 14. 348
DAY. 324
Days Gone By. 274
Defense carries Naperville North past Redhawks. Wanberg, By D.J. 512
DeLuga, Snep step up for LZ. 628
Democratic rope-a-dope and more. 511
Democrats poised to subpoena full Mueller report. 508
Democrats poised to subpoena full Mueller report. 400
Democrats poised to subpoena full Mueller report. 728
Dist. 15 Above and Beyond:. 416
District 15 mechanical foreman receives award:. 125
Do I want a greenhouse? Things to consider before you say, 'I do.'. 398
Do the math and keep vaccinating. 242
Do the math and keep vaccinating. 413
Do you have the time for backyard chickens? 384
Don't be so quick to write off dairy in your diet. 469
Don't display that silver-colored weapon. 553
Don't display that silver-colored weapon. 551
Don't let these institutions be undone. 170
Donald Stiner, 92, Moweaqua dies in Pana. 243
Du Quoin girls set records at Benton Invite. 315
Dunn magnificent on mound in shutout, no-hitter. 681
Eagle Scout project will create outdoor classroom at Libertyville High. 431
Early Childhood screening reminder. 219
Earth Day concert. 112
Earthy spinach and nutty cheese star in this star of brunch. 216
ECC aeronautics student rockets off to NASA for onsite experience. 310
ELDORADO -- Doster Construction Co. has begun construction on a $20 million expan. 160
Embracing change. 610
Enjoy a day at the farm May 5 in Montgomery. 349
Enjoy historic train ride aboard 1950s observation car. 439
Equipment maintenance is the key to well-functioning farms. 376
Experts: Pigs can be surprisingly easy to raise. 381
Explore Palatine's downtown during 'Girls on the Town'. 360
Facts and figures on farm safety. 290
Faith-based 'Breakthrough' will move intended audience. 365
Faith-based 'Breakthrough' will move its intended audience. 394
FBI looks for woman 'infatuated' with Columbine shooting. 294
Feder: The Score's 'Julie and Maggie' win Gracie Award. 102
Fit for Passover or Easter make a gift of a homemade take the Almond Joy. 408
Following rules, or 'exploiting a loophole'? 963
Following rules, or 'exploiting a loophole'? Watchdog: Critic says pension practice is legal, but has 'egregious' ramifications. 963
For Easter Easter: Cold smoked salmon lends itself to infinite serving possibilities. 842
Fox draws nearly 2.6 million viewers for Sanders town hall. 238
Fox draws nearly 2.6 million viewers for Sanders town hall. 351
Fox Valley scoreboard for Tuesday, April 16. 3023
Franklin County land transfers. 1132
Franklin County program gives students an EDGE EDGE. 659
Franklin County program gives students an EDGE. 659
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 707
Freeman brothers help Viator to win. 563
From Arlington Heights to Augusta: Masters memories still fresh for 2018 low amateur Doug Ghim. Ziehm, By Len 815
Fundraisers. 617
Galileo Camps coming to Naperville this summer. 299
Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois has new COO. 213
Girls lacrosse: Stevenson handles Schaumburg. Swiderski, By Greg 528
Girls soccer: Elgin, Huntley notch shutouts. 191
Girls soccer: Maine West, Maine East play to a tie. Garofola, By Mike 422
Girls soccer: McCarthy puts best foot forward for Neuqua Valley-BYLN- By Matt Le Cren Daily Herald Correspondent. 502
Girls soccer: Setter's goal all Waubonsie Valley needs against Metea Valley. Narang, By Bobby 537
Give thanks to Illinois' local convention, visitors bureaus Bureaus. 850
Go, baby, go! 658
Got chickens? Then you are at risk (albeit small) for salmonella -BYLN- Metro Creative Content. 490
Government doesn't get to promote 'fair tax' on taxpayer dime. 438
Gregory Intermediate Spring Music Program. 114
Hanover Township's sixth annual Sprint 2 Spring 5K run/walk will be held Saturda. 231
Hanson's late goal lifts Grayslake North. 565
Harking Back. 473
HARRISBURG -- An aide to congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois-15) will be availa. 123
Hawks reign in MSL West. 519
Hawks Take Two at Rent One Gallatin County posts wins over Galatia, Carrier Mills Stonefort. 381
Hawks Take Two at Rent One Gallatin County posts wins over Galatia, Carrier Mills-Stonefort. 379
Heinzmann named 2019 Outstanding Faculty Member at RLC. 512
Here Is How You Know That Your Loved One Needs Help. 324
Here's a saucy way to poach eggs in potatoes, just for two. 239
Herrin first, Marion second at Wildcat Doubles tourney. 339
Hoffman Estates paramedic reflects on 2009 tragedy. 544
Holy Family Parish to Present Passion Play on Good Friday. 188
HomeStar Bank named SBA preferred lender. 200
Honoring donors like his brother Honoring: Donor helped 4 people after his death. 392
Honoring donors like his brother Honoring: Donor helped four people after his death. 392
House rejects 'ban-the-box' law for college admissions Bill would have barred college, university admissions offices from asking about applicants' criminal records Admissions. 552
House rejects 'ban-the-box' law for college admissions Bill would have barred college, university admissions offices from asking about applicants' criminal records. 547
House rejects 'ban-the-box' law for college admissions Bill would have barred college, university admissions offices from asking about applicants' criminal records. 548
How Elgin Police fight street gang activity. 630
How Farm-to-table is changing the restaurant business. 373
How to make thrifty, creative meals with creamy bean puree. Recipe 613
Hundreds turn out for Civil War re-enactments at Pyramid Park. 524
IL CHIP program moved to American Legion Post. 200
Important to raise awareness of human trafficking. 143
Interested in building a hydroponic garden? Maybe you should be -BYLN-. 414
It's a perfect 10 for Prospect in MSL East. Quagliano, By Dick 565
It's beginning to look more like spring. 648
Jack thinks Tiger will make run at 18 majors Rozner:. 744
Jackets place 5th at Ste. Genevieve and 6th at Freeburg. 928
Jacobs gets offense on track at Hampshire. Hess, By Dave 451
Jesse White reminds drivers of Move Over Law. 397
Kane state's attorney probes how gunman bought and kept firearm despite felony r. 365
Koontz awarded Eagle rank in March. 253
KOTLARZ. 183
Lady Hawks get four more Ws, go 15-2 on season. 528
Lady Panthers win Nokomis tournament. Sims, By Carsen 595
Lady Redskins have busy week of games. 583
Lake County scoreboard for Tuesday, April 16. 998
Lake Park 'Wedding Singer':. 365
Land Transactions. 157
Large fire burns west of Harrisburg Thursday. 198
Letter to the Editor. Letter to the editor 424
Letter to the Editor. Letter to the editor 423
LGBTQ+ athletes can now apply for fitness scholarships. 294
Lincoln museum could lose 'extremely important' items. 607
Local chefs say inspirations come from mixing cultural tastes. 588
Logan to host two-day Drug Awareness Conference. Conference news 227
Lombard to host spring blood drive. 269
Loyola coach turns down St. John's. 108
M. Holland names new operations chief. 146
Macron presides over rare unity as France grieves Notre Dame. 978
Man stabbed at university:. 288
Man who tossed daughter off bridge guilty of murder. 732
Many of us need a new beginning. 521
Marcus Hotels to manage Hyatt Regency Schaumburg. 274
Marion City Council passes $45.6 million budget Council: Mayor, members preside over their last meeting. 446
Marion City Council passes $45.6 million budget. 446
Marion cop and suspect injured in chase. 331
Marion woman named to dean's list at Knox College. 105
Mark Allen Moulton of Marion Cleta 'Granny' Saffelder of Marion -BYLN-. Obituary 497
Mark your calendar Wednesday 17 Thursday 18 Friday 19 Saturday 20. Calendar 584
Mexicans losing patience with huge caravans. 130
Mia McLain shatters own record at Don Webb Invite. 808
Mildred Ippoliti, 84, Springfield, formerly of Witt, passes away -BYLN-. 256
Mincon acquires former Bombardier property Mincon. 470
Mincon acquires former Bombardier property. 469
Miners add four new pitchers Southern Illinois signs righties Adkins, Bernstein, Gentner, plus southpaw Skolnicki. 576
MLB investigating racist Instagram messages sent to Cubs' Carl Edwards Jr. 519
More than Half of St. Philip the Apostle School Students Place at Regional Science Fair. 332
Most people don't know just how great Jackie Robinson was. 629
Mount Prospect Downtown Merchants Association. 416
Movie guide. Movie review 1273
Moweaqua Public Library news Library: Room renovations completed -BYLN- submitted by fran lower. 560
Naperville students to share ideas for the barn at Greene Farm. 599
National disability provider association names Trinity Services' Antoinette Morris 2019 National Direct Support Professional of the Year -BYLN- Trinity Services, Inc. 1068
Nearly 18 months after devastating injury, Miller retires Bears: -BYLN- By Arthur Arkush arthurarkush@profootballweekly. 527
Neighborhood conversation Five questions with ... Pat Ferrari of Du Quoin. 437
Neighborhood Conversation Four questions with ... Lindsey Atkins of Harrisburg. 259
Netflix adds 9.6M subscribers in 1Q as competition heats up. 576
Networking Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 656
New artificial surface coming to Barrington High. 351
New items at Assumption Public Library. 188
New Naperville park renamed Wolf's Crossing. 283
New York son's request results in flagpole for Moweaqua Golf Course Golf: Course gets new flagpole. 241
Nokomis native Detmers picks up sixth win at Louisville. 234
Nokomis on winning streak. 449
Nokomis Woman's Club meets. 320
North Elementary March Students of the Month. 227
North Suburban YMCA to host Healthy Kids Day 5K. 156
Notice. 2113
Notre Dame fire: Crews assess the damage as investigation begins -BYLN- By Chico Harlan, Michael Birnbaum and James McAuley The Washington Post. 1342
O'Neal living up to her nickname 'Little Gwen'. 644
Off and running: White Sox struggle to slow basestealers. 511
Old, dry wood kindles quick-burning fires in an empty, cavernous structure. 435
One Wild and Precious Life Poetry Reading April 27th. 709
Paint Your Pet and Sip aids Barb's Rescue. 257
Palatine Jaycees offering Community Grants. 262
Pana Girls win big at Pana Invite. 206
Pana History Museum meets with volunteers. Pana, By Susan McGrath Pana News Senior Reporter A Local Gem Is Tucked Away In Downtown; Town, In On 285
Pana PEO offers scholarship. 173
Pana Pride discusses updates, welcomes volunteers Pride: 'Cash mob' to pop up this month at secret location. 533
Pana Red Roses Red Hat Club visits Nokomis Gift and Garden. 431
Pana to demolish two groups of buildings; one site to be parking lot Council: New liquor and gaming license OK'd for business. 1047
Panthers even on week on the diamond. 456
Panthers roll past Indians in softball. 303
PCH Cafeteria opens Monday; bigger, better fare PCH: Cafeteria offers variety of choices, made-to-order foods. 467
PJHS Track results. 771
Pleasant memories and welcoming visitors. 177
Poblano, Corn, and Potato Gratin. Recipe 239
Police blotter. 907
Police dispatcher moves, other hires approved by council. 218
Poole replaces Absher as Watermark Auto Group CEO. 408
Postal clerk quip doesn't miss a beat. Travel narrative 293
Praise for the humble catfish. 444
Pritzker signs bill blocking right-to-work laws at local level New law says only the state can regulate collective bargaining Bill. 670
Pritzker signs bill blocking right-to-work laws at local level New law says only the state can regulate collective bargaining. 669
Pritzker signs bill blocking right-to-work laws at local level. 212
Protecting your livestock from extreme heat. 451
Public Service. 578
Quintana extends scoreless streak, Cubs closer to .500. 415
Quintana tosses 7-inninng gem, Cubs beat Marlins 4-0. 776
Racist messages target Carl Edwards Jr. Cubs:. 517
Radio ratings: Still top of the morning for Ferguson. 777
Raiders take two games, drop two in a busy week. 222
Randolph County sheriff's blotter. 612
Rangerettes still stuck in a losing rut. 745
Raptors trounce Magic, even series. 396
Raptors trounce Magic, even series. 223
Ready, action! 'Aida' coming to SIC stage Stage: SIC to perform 'Aida'. 480
Real estate transactions. 391

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