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05/22/12 Developer wants rentals, not condos, for Riverside Plaza in Algonquin
By Elena Ferrarin - Citing poor housing-market conditions and a lack of financing options, the developer of Riverside Plaza in Algonquin petitioned the village board to allow him to change the planned condo development into rental apartments but got a lukewarm... FULL STORY
05/22/12 Cary teen likely injured in bike fall, police say
By Elena Ferrarin - Cary police say that a teenager who was airlifted to the hospital after he was found lying in a yard and bleeding from his head on Friday likely fell off his bike. The boy was awake and alert on Saturday, though he doesn't remember what happened. FULL STORY
05/20/12 Rare farm animals showcased in Campton Hills
By Elena Ferrarin - The term "rare chicken" might sound like an oxymoron or perhaps an invite for salmonella poisoning, but it's serious business to the staff and volunteers of Garfield Farm and Inn Museum in Campton Hills. The museum, located on about 375 verdant... FULL STORY
05/20/12 A taste of tennis for a good cause at Jacobs H.S.
By Elena Ferrarin - Teaching tennis to little kids is all about patience ... and entertainment. That's the philosophy that recent Jacobs High School graduate Anna Taylor has abided by for the past two years while teaching tennis at clinics and summer camps for little... FULL STORY
05/18/12 Some Fox River Grove library trustees skeptical of Cary merger
By Elena Ferrarin - Trustees of the Fox River Grove Memorial Library say there are great differences of opinion on the board regarding the idea of a merger with the Cary Area Public Library. All seven trustees agreed at their board meeting on Tuesday that they didn't... FULL STORY
05/17/12 Cary, police union sign new contract
By Elena Ferrarin - The Cary village board approved a new three-year union contract for police officers. The officers will get raises of 1.75 percent in the first year, 2 percent in the second year and 2.25 percent in the third year. FULL STORY
05/17/12 Des Plaines ballet dancer primed to perform globally
By Kimberly Pohl and Elena Ferrarin - If life falls into place for Arthur Stashak, a year from now you'll find him gazing out at one of Hamburg's historic canals, taking a quick breather between his pas de deux and variations classes. The Des Plaines native wants nothing more than to... FULL STORY
05/16/12 Lake in the Hills police want to discharge injured cop
By Elena Ferrarin - A complaint to discharge a police officer who says he hasnt been able to work since August 2010 after an on-the-job injury will be heard by the Lake in the Hills police commission later this month. The complaint seeks... FULL STORY
05/16/12 Algonquin bypass excavation to start Monday
By Elena Ferrarin - Excavation work for the construction of the so-called Western Bypass of Route 31 in downtown Algonquin is scheduled to being Monday, weather permitting. The work will only minimally affect drivers, who should watch out for slow-moving vehicles in... FULL STORY
05/15/12 HUD to rule on McHenry Corporation funding conflict of interest
By Elena Ferrarin - The Department of Housing and Urban Development will determine whether a nonprofit headed by the son of McHenry County Board Chairman Ken Koehler should receive federal funding through the county or if a conflict of interest prevents that. FULL STORY
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