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08/11/10 Arlington Hts. remembers an early mover and shaker
By Eileen O. Daday - Dea Jurco never saw her name dedicated on a building in Arlington Heights, but longtime residents say her handprint is everywhere. FULL STORY
08/11/10 Rosemont-based Cavaliers eager for shot at drum and bugle corps title
By Eileen O. Daday - The Cavaliers are taking no prisoners in an assault to regain their world class status. In a rare appearance locally, the Cavaliers drum and bugle corps, sponsored by the Village of Rosemont, delivered a final run-through Monday night at North... FULL STORY
08/11/10 Harper College director studies abroad with Fulbright grant
By Eileen O. Daday - Students file in an out of Jill Izumikawa's office at Harper College every day. As the International Student Director, she helps more than 100 students with everything from their visas to homesickness. FULL STORY
08/07/10 Master Gardeners get back to community gardening roots
By Eileen O. Daday - A bumper crop of zucchini squash came up last month in one of the community garden plots in Glen Ellyn, leaving onlookers somewhat behind the 8-ball. FULL STORY
08/04/10 Mt. Prospect cyclist raises $17,000 for Habitat for Humanity
By Eileen O. Daday - A middle schoolteacher from Mount Prospect, looking for ways to get in shape after quitting smoking, now finds himself in rare company. FULL STORY
07/31/10 Congregation starts garden to assist those in need
By Eileen O. Daday - Members of Barrington United Methodist Church have supported the FISH Food Pantry in Carpentersville for years, but this summer they have ramped up their donations with fresh vegetables. FULL STORY
07/30/10 Augustfest opens in Des Plaines
By Eileen O. Daday - The image of the Ferris wheel rising from the grounds of St. Zachary Church in Des Plaines can mean only one thing: Augustfest is back. FULL STORY
07/30/10 Watershed expert left indelible mark on Northwest suburbs
By Eileen O. Daday - The sprawling soccer and baseball fields at the Tom T. Hamilton Reservoir in Palatine are among the busiest in the village, drawing thousands of youngsters each spring and summer. FULL STORY
07/29/10 Former editor, avid environmentalist killed in auto accident
By Eileen O. Daday - A former Paddock Publications editor who documented much of Wheeling's early growth and the expansion of the former Palwaukee Airport during the 1960s, has died in Peoria. FULL STORY
07/28/10 Youngsters teach patients chess at South Elgin rehab center
By Eileen O. Daday - An articulate group of children mixed with adult patients last week at the South Elgin Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. Their medium: chess, and it turned out to be a heck of an icebreaker. FULL STORY
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