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04/27/11 Oakton's Koehnline Museum features works by self-taught artists
By James Kane - Fifty works by self-taught artists put together over 30 years by a Naperville's Jim and Beth Arient will be on display for three months at the Koehnline Museum of Art at Oakton Community College, 1600 E. Golf Road, Des Plaines. The exhibit, "Arient... FULL STORY
04/12/11 'Phantom' Streamwood High School's most ambitious production yet
By James Kane - "Phantom of the Opera" continues its run at Streamwood High School this weekend. Director of Choirs David Hain calls it the school's most ambitious musical production yet. FULL STORY
04/08/11 Bartlett names Kent Williams police chief
By James Kane - Acting Bartlett Police Chief Kent Williams officially got the job for the long term on Friday. Bartlett Administrator Valerie Salmons announced that she has appointed Williams to the top post permanently. FULL STORY
03/10/11 Chicago Bliss moving from Hoffman Estates to Bridgeview
By James Kane - The Chicago Bliss lingerie football team is leaving the Sears Centre for Toyota Park, moving its operation from the Northwest suburbs to the Southwest suburbs. FULL STORY
02/18/11 Choo Choo Restaurant evacuated after gas leak
By James Kane - A gas leak in downtown Des Plaines forces the evacuation of the Choo Choo Restaurant and another building. It's the town's second gas leak in as many days. FULL STORY
02/17/11 Benefactor buys cast dinner in Schaumburg
By James Kane - A woman with her two small kids enjoyed the "Rocky Horror Saxon Show" at Schaumburg High School so much she bought the cast dinner afterwards. FULL STORY
02/03/11 Altruistic donors boost hopes for those waiting for kidney transplant
By James Kane - "Pass around" kidney transplants -- where living donors find matches they don't know -- are becoming more prevalent in Chicago and suburbs. FULL STORY
02/03/11 Neighbors shovel out neighbors
By James Kane - The snow brought out the best in many of us. In Hoffman Estates four families using three snow blowers and five shovels cleared the driveway for a man, who was busy with his mother's funeral. FULL STORY
01/11/11 Two charged with harassing women at Des Plaines depot
By James Kane - Des Plaines police have charged their second man in 10 days with harassing women at the downtown Metra depot, and Police Chief Jim Prandini says surveillance cameras are on the way. FULL STORY
12/05/10 Thousands expected at Catholic feast in Des Plaines
By James Kane - More than 100,000 Catholics, mostly Hispanics, are expected to make the pilgrimage to Des Plaines this weekend to celebrate anniversary of the appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico. Our Lady of Guadalupe is one of Mexico's most iconic... FULL STORY
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