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10/31/12 School report cards: Huntley posts big gains in science
By Larissa Chinwah - It's not an exact science, but educators in Huntley Unit District 158 say more challenging coursework, continued adjustments to the curriculum and high expectations of all students helped high school juniors again raise the bar in a statewide... FULL STORY
10/30/12 Long-distance peddler takes a spin with friends, supporters
By Larissa Chinwah - A Welcome home reception for Barrington bicyclist Bob Lee, 70, newly returned for his third "Ride for Three Reasons" for cancer, ALS and hospice, which took him on an eight-week journey from Canada to the Mexican border along the west coast from... FULL STORY
10/26/12 McHenry County Board District 4 candidates express top concerns
By Larissa Chinwah - Candidates for the four seats in District 4 for the McHenry County Board talk about their top concerns and goals. FULL STORY
10/24/12 Attack on Larkin teacher unprovoked, authorities say
By Larissa Chinwah - A Larkin High School student was arrested Wednesday after attacking a teacher, police said. The 51-year-old male teacher was taken to Provena St. Joseph Hospital with facial injuries. FULL STORY
10/22/12 U-46 teacher gets special recognition from Chicago Bears
By Larissa Chinwah - Gloria Helin goes the extra mile to make sure students in her fourth-grade dual language class at Channing Elementary School have everything they need to learn. She often iis the first one at school in the morning and one of the last ones to leave. FULL STORY
10/22/12 Dist. 300 adds high school math, science and languages courses
By Larissa Chinwah - Community Unit District 300 will add several courses in the 2013-2014 school year, including math, science and technology, music and world languages, to enhance oppportunities for all students from high achievers to those who struggle. The new math... FULL STORY
10/19/12 Dawn Patrol: Debate takes softer tone; local Scout leaders react to scandal
By Larissa Chinwah - Eighth Congressional District rivals Joe Walsh and Tammy Duckworth toned down their rhetoric in their fourth and final debate before the Nov. 6 election. Boy Scout leaders in the suburbs say the organization's policies have been strengthened to... FULL STORY
10/18/12 Huntley teachers authorize union leadership to consider strike
By Larissa Chinwah - Teachers in Huntley Unit District 158 have rejected the latest offer from the school board and given union leadership permission to call a strike, if needed, the co-president of the Huntley Education Association said Thursday. Union co-president... FULL STORY
10/18/12 Fundraising a lopsided affair in 14th District
By Larissa Chinwah - When it comes to fundraising, candidates in the race for the 14th Congressional District are in different leagues. In the third quarter alone, Republican incumbent Randy Hultgren, of Winfield, raised almost 30 times as much as his Democratic... FULL STORY
10/17/12 Salad bar lets students pick and choose what they eat
By Larissa Chinwah - In an effort to promote healthy eating, Eastview Middle School in Bartlett has introduced a salad cart full or frest fruits and vegetables. Students say it's more exciting to make your own lunch and choose what you like than to stand in line for a... FULL STORY
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