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09/10/13 Palatine group home allowed to add one more resident
By Kimberly Pohl - After operating all summer without incident, a Palatine group home that faced earlier opposition from neighbors will be allowed to care for one additional patient. The Palatine village council on Monday approved a request by Carbondale-based... FULL STORY
09/07/13 Lutherans from Palatine, across the U.S. gather for day of service
By Kimberly Pohl - All across the country, congregations on Sunday will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America by holding a day of service. A trio of Lutheran churches in Palatine decided they could do more good by rolling up... FULL STORY
09/05/13 Palatine men set sights on some unusual athletic goals
By Kimberly Pohl - A couple of Palatine men are testing their physical limits in some pretty interesting ways. One plans to rappel down a 27-story hotel in the name of charity. The other is running every street in Palatine to train for next month's Chicago marathon. FULL STORY
09/04/13 Founders to shut down Palatine's Yellow Ribbon Support Group
By Kimberly Pohl - It's mission accomplished for Pat and Mac McCoy. The Palatine couple recently decided that after assembling more than 28,000 care packages for overseas troops, the time has come to shut down the Yellow Ribbon Support Group. "We're... FULL STORY
09/04/13 Elgin boy carving name for himself on national level
By Kimberly Pohl and Elena Ferrarin kpohl@dailyherald.com - Wood carving takes extraordinary patience, rigid discipline and remarkable diligence - traits not often associated with an active 12-year-old boy. Yet just seven months after taking up the craft, Elgin's Shane Cloonan already has estanlished himself... FULL STORY
09/03/13 Suburban school districts see jump in low-income student populations
By Kimberly Pohl - Suburban school districts are experiencing steady and perhaps staggering growth in low-income student populations. Illinois State Report Card data for 83 school districts shows West Chicago District 33 and Bensenville District 2 are two districts... FULL STORY
09/01/13 Crowds line streets for Buffalo Grove Days parade
By Kimberly Pohl - Between the iconic miniature vehicles driven by Shriners International, enthusiastic waves from "American Idol" star Haley Reinhart and appearances by dozens of local organizations, Sunday's Buffalo Grove Days parade offered something for just about... FULL STORY
08/30/13 Little City artists profiled in documentary
By Kimberly Pohl - A new documentary, "Share My Kingdom," delves into the lives of three artists with developmental disabilities who emerged from the art studio at Little City Foundation in Palatine. "This establishes their identity in a way that's very pure and... FULL STORY
08/28/13 Hanover Park taps new community and economic development director
By Kimberly Pohl - Hanover Park's understaffed community development department finally has a new leader. Village Manager Juliana Maller on Wednesday announced the appointment of Shubhra Govind as community and economic development director, a position that's been... FULL STORY
08/27/13 Harper aims to increase diversity among employees
By Kimberly Pohl - Harper College is moving forward with a number of diversity and inclusion initiatives targeting employees. President Ken Ender said the time has come for renewed attention on the issue after a series of "candid and revelatory" conversations with... FULL STORY
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