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01/23/14 Longtime Libertyville priest beloved by all
By Eileen O. Daday - At his last Mass before leaving St. Joseph Parish in Libertyville for a nursing facility, the Rev. Victor Ivers left worshippers with this challenge: "Who will fill my shoes?" Ivers died on Jan. 18, but his shoes and the challenge he made in 2007... FULL STORY
01/21/14 Arts Unlimited competition open to all in Dist. 214 community
By Eileen O. Daday - Looking for a chance to take your works of prose, poetry or art out of your home studio and into the public eye? Here is your chance. The Daily Herald Community Art & Writing Contest has returned, offering community members a chance to compete... FULL STORY
01/21/14 Synchronized skating competition lands in Hoffman Estates
By Eileen O. Daday - Less than two weeks before the Winter Olympics begin in Sochi, one of the fastest growing disciplines of competitive figure skating will be on display in the Northwest suburbs: synchronized skating. The 2014 Midwestern & Pacific Coast Synchronized... FULL STORY
01/20/14 Popular Arlington Hts. book club brings authors to readers
By Eileen O. Daday - A unique book club held at Tuscan Market & Wine Shop in downtown Arlington Heights is packing them in - not just for the wine and hors d'oeuvres but for a chance to meeting the authors and hear firsthand about the publishing process. FULL STORY
01/16/14 Northwest suburban coach preached hard work and dedication
By Eileen O. Daday - Ted Wissen, a legendary coach who helped shape basketball and football programs at four different Northwest suburban high schools, has died. "Ted touched so many young lives in (Northwest Suburban High School) District 214," said Bob... FULL STORY
01/13/14 St. Viator senior helps carry EYEsee to new heights
By Eileen O. Daday - Started by high school students five years ago, EYEsee is the passion of St. Viator senior Paul Lewis. Through his innovation, now more than 100 local eye clinics are collecting used eyeglasses that EYEsee connects with missions in Third World... FULL STORY
01/06/14 Area figure skater has new role at 2014 Olympics
By Eileen O. Daday - Renowned figure skater David Santee has been an athlete, a broadcaster and a torch runner for the Olympic games, but for the 2014 Sochi games he's got a new job - video operator for the international panel of ice skating judges. "I'm so excited,"... FULL STORY
12/31/13 Palatine woman worked tirelessly to help the disabled live independently
By Eileen O. Daday - A Rolling Meadows agency that works to empower persons with disabilities to live independently has lost one of its driving forces. Geanie Kuehnau of Palatine, a former volunteer coordinator with Resources for Community Living, passed away on... FULL STORY
12/30/13 Palatine volunteers find PATH to helping suburban families in need
By Eileen O. Daday - It promises to be a good New Year for hundreds of Palatine area families, thanks to a grass-roots organization called Palatine Assisting Through Hope, or PATH. The group's Annual Day of Giving, which took place in late November in a donated... FULL STORY
12/27/13 Northwest suburban pediatrician remembered as pioneer
By Eileen O. Daday - Dr. Marianne Budzeika, one of the founding medical staff from Northwest Community Hospital and one of its first female pediatricians, has died. "She was the most determined and persistent women you'd ever meet," says her only daughter, Karen Slora... FULL STORY
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