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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
07/26/10 Man meets Hoffman firefighter who saved his life with marrow donation
By Eileen O. Daday - Jack Rosenberg might have died if not for Hoffman Estates fire Lt. Donald Richter. It was something Richter had done 10 years ago that eventually brought the two together. FULL STORY
07/24/10 Gardening on, off clock satisfying for Baxter employees
By Eileen O. Daday - As a company, Baxter International in Deerfield has defined clear goals in reducing its carbon footprint and incorporating green principles into its company policies. FULL STORY
07/23/10 Windy City Cornhole Classic brings on the bags in Hoffman
By Eileen O. Daday - A cornhole tournament that started at Soldier Field now makes its way to the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates. The new location and midsummer timing is an effort to draw more college players, officials say. FULL STORY
07/21/10 Astronaut Sally Ride promotes math and science programs for girls
By Eileen O. Daday - Sally Ride, the former NASA astronaut and first woman to fly in space, headlined Motorola's Innovation Generation Network Conference last week, where she was quite the celebrity. FULL STORY
07/19/10 Suburban residents ready to compete at national Special Olympics
By Eileen O. Daday - With an opening and closing ceremony, a torch lighting and a parade of athletes, the Special Olympics National Games this week offer as much pageantry as their international counterpart, only with even more compelling stories. FULL STORY
07/19/10 Ex-pastor at historic Palatine church dies
By Eileen O. Daday - The former pastor of the iconic country church near Harper College in Palatine, who led the congregation through its 150th anniversary, has died. FULL STORY
07/17/10 Itasca Giving Garden having its best year yet
By Eileen O. Daday - From the trading pit at the Board of Trade to the community garden plots in Itasca. That's how far Marty Lundeen has come since walking away from his career as a bond trader. And he couldn't be happier. FULL STORY
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