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05/21/11 District 300 students celebrate graduation
By Lenore T. Adkins - District 300 seniors, welcome to the moment you've all been waiting for - graduation. Saturday, the state's sixth largest school district graduated a total of 1,382 students from Dundee-Crown, Jacobs and Hampshire high schools. FULL STORY
05/19/11 Police: Huntley man used BB gun to rob E. Dundee, LITH businesses
By Lenore T. Adkins - A Huntley man has been arrested on charges he robbed an East Dundee gas station with a BB gun early Thursday morning. Police say they also have linked the man and weapon to an armed robbery in Lake in the Hills. FULL STORY
05/17/11 Carpentersville trustee left off finance panel
By Lenore T. Adkins - New Carpentersville Trustee Doug Marks certainly had something to say about not being named to the audit and finance commission. FULL STORY
05/17/11 Carpentersville OKs fine hikes
By Lenore T. Adkins - The Carpentersville village board approved Tuesday raising the minimum fine from $150 to $250. The maximum a judge or adjudicator could charge someone for violating the sound ordinance will remain $1,000. FULL STORY
05/16/11 Police: Trio might be involved in previous burglaries at same Huntley salon
By Lenore T. Adkins - Three people from Chicago's South Side have been charged with Sunday's burglary of a Huntley nail salon. Police also have linked two of the three to an April 21 burglary in which three flat-screen televisions were stolen from the same salon. And... FULL STORY
05/14/11 So much for peace in Carpentersville
By Lenore T. Adkins - Doug Marks, a new Carpentersville trustee sworn in just last Tuesday, has wasted no time using social media channels to bash Village President Ed Ritter for leaving him off finance-related committees. FULL STORY
05/12/11 It costs a little more to break Huntley's parking rules
By Lenore T. Adkins - To those who have a penchant for breaking the parking rules in Huntley, listen up. Starting Sunday May 22, Huntley police officers will start issuing $25 tickets in place of the $10 citations they had been giving out since 1997. FULL STORY
05/11/11 Police: truck in Carpentersville crash had right of way
By Paul Biasco and Lenore T. Adkins - It appears that the 53-year-old pickup truck driver that struck a Corvette Tuesday evening in Carpentersville had the right of way, police said Wednesday. The two-vehicle crash took place at about 6:20 p.m. at Randall and Huntley roads. A 1998 Ford... FULL STORY
05/11/11 Carpentersville reviews fines, won't tow for loud music
By Lenore T. Adkins - After reviewing existing traffic and parking violations with a fine-toothed comb, Carpentersville officials are expected to raise the fines associated with nearly three dozen laws. FULL STORY
05/10/11 Carpentersville comes together for a good cause
By Lenore Adkins - The Carpentersville Improvement Committee held a candlelight bowl fundraiser at Liberty Lanes, hoping to generate $2,000 for committee projects. As it turns out, the committee raised $2,000 on the nose after expenses. FULL STORY
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