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05/03/11 Bartlett trustees sworn in
BY Amie Shak - Two new Bartlett village trustees were officially sworn in at Tuesday's board meeting. FULL STORY
04/19/11 Bartlett gives incentives to restaurant
By Amie Shak - A train-themed restaurant called 2 Toots will receive financial incentives to the tune of $93,000 despite objections from Bartlett residents. FULL STORY
04/12/11 Rolling Meadows council votes down pay raises
By Amie Shak - Members of Rolling Meadows City Council were in no giving mood Tuesday, voting down a proposed 1 percent pay increase for nonunion employee supervisors. FULL STORY
04/07/11 Dist. 54 board approves summer projects
By Amie Shak - Twenty-four schools in Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 will get interior work done this summer, the district's board voted Thursday. FULL STORY
04/05/11 Hulke, Carl win Poplar Creek library seats
By Amie Shak - Challenger Bonnie Hulke beat out incumbent Cheryl Domokos for a seat on the Poplar Creek Library Board, unofficial results show. With 44 of 45 precincts reporting, incumbent Patricia Carl had the lead with 38 percent, and Hulke came in with 33... FULL STORY
04/05/11 Ruth, Kraus, Whaley win Hampshire seats
By Amie Shak - Incumbents Orris Ruth, a 38-year Hampshire trustee, and Janet Kraus won over newcomers Laura Dunbar, a local real-estate agent, and Jeanne Holzkamp-Maki, a Hampshire firefighter and small business owner. Rob Whaley, a Hampshire Township park board... FULL STORY
04/05/11 Arends, Martin, Shipman win Bartlett village board seats
By Amie Shak - Unofficial results Tuesday night showed T.L. Arends, the senior member of the Bartlett village board, will hold onto her seat and serve a sixth term on the panel. She'll be joined by newcomers Gregory Martin, who won this year after mounting an... FULL STORY
03/31/11 Rolling Meadows council candidates tout their agendas
By Amie Shak - Candidates vying for three seats on the Rolling Meadows City Council made their case at a forum Thursday night for why they should get the vote in Tuesday's election. FULL STORY
03/31/11 Mayoral candidates pitch their strategies for Rolling Meadows
By Amie Shak - Sometimes good is good enough. FULL STORY
03/16/11 Bartlett welcomes two new businesses
By Amie Shak - Bartlett is about to get two new food businesses in a boost to the town's development. Plans are nearly set to welcome the family restaurant Two Toots Train Whistle Grill as well as an Italian pasta-making company Rana Meal Solutions to the village. FULL STORY
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